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Seller fees & invoices
You pay an insertion fee to list an item on eBay. If the item sells, you also pay a final value fee. The cost of selling an item is the total of these two fees. Learn how the fees are calculated.
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An invoice schedules an automatic payment from the payment method on file at the time of invoicing. The only way to stop the automatic payment is to submit an immediate one-time payment in full for the invoice five days or more in advance of the payment, otherwise the automatic payment happens as scheduled.
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