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Seller fees & invoices
The basic cost of selling an item is the insertion fee plus the final value fee, plus fees for any optional features and services you may use.
Learn more about how fees are calculated, the cost of listing and selling an item, and our standard selling fees.
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Your Account Activity page lists your fees, along with a description of what they're for.
If you're charged selling fees for an item that a buyer didn't pay for, open an unpaid item case.
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When you list an item to sell, we need a valid credit card on file for your account, even if you've used other payment methods in the past. We charge your credit card to pay your seller fees if you specify that card as your preferred payment method.
Your listing may have been a free listing. Because there wasn't an insertion fee, you won't receive an insertion fee credit for these listings.
Automatic payments are charged to the payment method on file at the time of invoicing. You can stop the automatic payment by submitting an immediate onetime payment in full for the invoice 5 days or more in advance of the automatic payment. Otherwise, the automatic payment occurs as scheduled.
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