How do I pay my eBay fees?
If you'd like to pay the outstanding fees on a suspended account, please see below to find out how to make a one-off credit card payment.
PayPal: PayPal is a convenient electronic payment service that enables you to automatically pay your eBay fees on a monthly basis, as well as receive PayPal and credit card payments from buyers.
Credit Card: Alternatively, you may make one-off (see below) or automatic payments using your Credit Card.
See Automatic Payment Methods to find out how to set up automatic PayPal or credit card payments.
Making a one-off credit card payment
Click the My eBay button at the top of the eBay home page.
Scroll down the page and click the "Seller Account" link, under My Account, on the left-hand side of the page.
Click the "Make a Credit Card Payment" button (you'll only see this button if there are outstanding fees on your account).
Coordinating One-Time and Automatic Payments
Before submitting a one-time payment, review the payment schedule to see when your automatic payments are deducted from your account. You should leave at least 5 days between any one-time payment and your automatic scheduled payment to avoid duplicate payments.
Failure to Make Payment on Your eBay Account
eBay requires payment in full each month on accounts with balances of €1.00 or greater. eBay may suspend your account for non-payment of eBay fees. If you have not paid your outstanding eBay fees after our reminders and warnings, eBay reserves the right to refer your account to an outside collection agency for collection of the outstanding eBay fees. Please note that the collection agency will also charge you a proportionate and reasonable fee for the collection of the unpaid eBay fees, which will vary according to the amount owed and which will be payable in addition to the outstanding eBay fees.