When you start selling on eBay, you need to select an automatic payment method for your selling fees. You can change your payment method at any time. You can also make a onetime payment .
For information on payment requirements, late fees, and payment schedules, see Payment processing and due dates.
If you have any credits on your account, they will be applied to your current balance due. If you don't want to apply your credits to your automatic payment amount, you can change your seller billing preferences in My eBay. With this change, any credits applied to your account after we create an invoice will apply to next month's invoice amount.
Paying with PayPal
PayPal is a safe, convenient way to pay your selling fees automatically. When you set up automatic PayPal payments. your fees are deducted from your PayPal account no sooner than 10 days after you receive your invoice.
PayPal withdraws funds from your PayPal account balance.
If there are insufficient funds in the PayPal account, PayPal uses the funding source you selected when you signed up for automatic PayPal payments.
If you didn't select a preferred funding source during that process, PayPal uses whatever PayPal funding source you've provided.
Changing your PayPal funding source for your selling fees
You can change your PayPal funding source for eBay fees any time. To make sure that the new information is used for an invoice payment, update the account before the end
of your billing cycle (either the end of the month or the 15th of the month).
If a payment from your preferred funding source fails, (for example, if your credit card expires), the eBay invoice amount can be paid from other available funding sources.
You can also specify funding sources that you don't want to use for automatic payments from the PayPal My preapproved payments page.
If you need more information about paying with PayPal, contact PayPal Customer Support .
Paying by Direct Pay
If you prefer, we'll automatically deduct your selling fees from your checking account on the same day each month. The day is based on the date you're invoiced. This option is available to sellers who have a US bank account and are billed in US dollars. If you select this option, you'll need to provide your routing and checking account number.
If you're invoiced in the middle of the month your checking account will be debited no sooner than the 30th of that month. If you're invoiced at the end of the month your checking account will be debited no sooner than the 15th of the following month. Learn more about payment due dates.
You can update your checking account information any time. To make sure that the new information is used to pay your invoices, update your account information at least 2 days before the end of your billing cycle.
Paying by credit card
We accept the following credit cards: