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Reviewing your invoice
How to display an invoice
You can view any of your invoices from the last 18 months.
To display an invoice:
What's in your invoice
Your invoice is divided into 3 sections:
This section provides an overview of your invoice and summarizes any new billing activity since your last invoice, such as new fees, other charges related to your selling and buyer reimbursement, credits, or promotional savings, and shows your new amount due.
If the total amount due is $1.00 or greater, it will be charged to the automatic payment method you chose for your account. Learn more about automatic payment methods.
Announcements, notices and helpful links
This section contains notices, announcements, and links to account information, fee calculators and explanations, as well as other information related to your selling activity.
This section of your invoice displays the individual payments, refunds, discounts, credits, and new fees that make up the total amount due. If you sell a large number of items and find that this portion of your invoice is too long or detailed, consider switching to a summarized version of your invoice. Learn more about changing your invoice format.
Why the amount due can differ from the amount charged
Sometimes, there can be a slight difference between the total amount due on your invoice and the amount that's charged to you. This can occur because between the time your invoice is calculated and the time the payment is processed, we apply any credits to your account that occur, such as payments and item-based credits, but we don't include any new charges. Those new charges will appear on your next invoice.
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.
To change how we apply credits to your payment:
This setting does not affect payments, which will always be deducted from your automatic payment amount.
Why you might see a rounding adjustment
Your account balance can appear to be off by a few cents when compared to a manual calculation of your invoice line items. This is because we round off final value fees, which sometimes contain a fraction of a cent.
What to do if your account balance is past due
You're responsible for paying all fees by the payment due date.
If your account balance is past due, you can make a onetime payment to pay your balance in full. If you've set up an automatic payment method and your account balance is past due, you might need to update your automatic payment method.
If your account balance is past due, your account may be suspended for non-payment, you'll be subject to late fees, and you may be responsible for collection and related legal costs. Learn more about payment requirements and late fees.
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