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Paying Your eBay Selling Fees
Selling fees are charges for selling your items on eBay, such as fees for optional listing features. eBay does not charge membership fees for a basic selling account, so all fees are from listing activities.
eBay sends you an invoice each month with certain payment requirements.
When paying your seller fees, it's important to know about:
Your account can be suspended if you don't pay your seller fees. If your account has been suspended, see Reinstating Your Account.
For a list of seller fees, see eBay Fees.
You can make a payment at any time by going to the Seller Account section in My eBay.
You can pay your seller fees in several ways. Add an automatic payment on file or make one-time payments for your seller fees.
Your payment due date
Your payment due date is based on your billing cycle date.
Learn more about payment processing and due dates.
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.
Viewing your account activity
Using My eBay Views, you'll find two ways to view the activity (fees, payments, credits, etc.) on your seller's account:
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