Create a seller account on eBay and link it to your PayPal account.
Verify your PayPal account to increase your credibility and/or to set up an eBay Store.
Create your eBay listings and start selling.
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Whether you're a big business or just a casual seller, eBay is a great way to reach customers at home and around the world. It's easy to get started, and you can potentially start making sales as soon as you list your items.More about selling best practices
Setting up an eBay Store.
Grow your international business through an eBay Store:
- Display all your listings in one convenient location.
- Create and personalize your eBay Store with a unique web address.
- Access to eBay Store tools to build, manage, promote and track your business.
Sell with confidence.
PayPal’s Seller Protection program covers eBay sellers for claims, chargebacks and reversals for unauthorized payments and items not received for eligible transactions that are paid for with PayPal.More about Seller Protection
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Questions and Answers
Before you can list your first item on eBay you'll need to:
Provide details with a valid credit card, debit card, or bank account information.
Inform eBay how you would like to pay your seller fees.
Select the payment methods you'll accept.
Make sure your Feedback Profile is public.
It is also recommended that you verify your PayPal account.
Before you list an item, look for similar products that have been sold recently on eBay to help you select the most appropriate category, price or learn your item’s potential value. Review the eBay seller’s checklist and the tips for successful selling.
The basic cost of selling an item is the insertion fee plus the final value fee, plus fees for any optional features and services. Learn more about how fees are calculated, the cost of listing and selling an item, and the eBay standard selling fees.
Before opening an eBay Store, be sure you have a:
Seller account with your credit card on file.
PayPal verified account, and consider upgrading to a PayPal Premier or Business account so you can accept credit card payments from buyers.