Paying your seller fees
When you set up your seller account, you specify an automatic payment method to pay your seller fees. You can also pay fees with a onetime payment. If you make a onetime payment, check your billing cycle date to make sure you allow at least 5 days between your scheduled automatic payment and your onetime payment to prevent duplicate payments.
You can update your chequing account information or remove a payment method from your account any time.
Ways you can pay
You can pay your seller fees in several ways.
PayPal is a safe, convenient way to pay your eBay fees. When you sign up for monthly PayPal payments, your amount due is automatically deducted from your PayPal account each month. You can also make a onetime payment using your PayPal account.
Automatic credit card payments
Each month, we automatically charge your fees directly to the credit card you place on file. Your credit card is usually charged 5 to 7 days after you receive your invoice. You can also make a onetime payment with your credit card.
Direct Debit from your chequing account
Pre-Authorized Direct Debit is available to sellers who are billed in Canadian dollars who have a Canadian bank account. With Pre-Authorized Direct Debit, we automatically deduct your seller fees from your chequing account on the same day each month. To sign up for Pre-Authorized Direct Debit, you'll need to provide your bank account and routing number, which are shown on the bottom of your cheques. You can also make a onetime Pre-Authorized Direct Debit payment from your chequing account. Your payment will be posted to your account within 2 business days.
Your payment due date
Your payment due date is based on your billing cycle date.
If your billing date is on the 15th of the month, your payment is due by the 15th of the following month.
If your billing date is on the last day of the month, your payment is due by the last day of the following month.
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.
Credits and refunds
In certain situations, you might be able to receive a credit for seller fees. Find out more about insertion fee credits and final value fee credits.
We're happy to send you a refund if you have a credit balance on your account. Learn how to request a refund.