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Start getting paid on eBay

Getting paid for items you’ve sold on eBay is simple. Your buyers can choose from a range of payment methods, eBay manages the end-to-end payments process, and you receive your funds directly in your bank account.

If you’re a new seller on eBay, you can register by creating a listing using the button below. You can also see our page on registering as a seller for more information.

Create a listing

Once you've registered as a seller, you can start selling on eBay. To comply with applicable laws, we’ll ask you for additional information to complete verification. Verifying your details helps you avoid any delays in receiving your payouts.

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Get off to a good start by reading our guides on how to set up your selling account and get paid on eBay.

Registering as a seller

Learn what information is needed in order to become a seller.

Getting paid for items you’ve sold

Learn how and when you'll receive payouts for items you’ve sold.

How fees and selling costs are charged

Learn how and when we charge fees and selling costs.

Payments on hold

Learn why your payout may be put on hold.

Updating your bank account for payouts

Learn how to change your payout method.

Managing your contact information

Learn how to update your phone number, address, or email address.

Reconciling your eBay sales transactions

Learn what reports are available to you in order to reconcile your eBay sales.

Register for eBay to manage your payments

To sell on eBay, you must be registered for eBay to manage your payments. If you haven't signed up yet, you'll be guided through the registration process the next time you create a listing. Alternatively, you can register for eBay to manage your payments by updating your account settings - opens in new window or tab.

Once you’ve registered, you can get back to selling items on eBay. Once you’ve completed registration, your item will be listed. You can also relist any items that are in your Unsold folder.

Until you complete registration, eBay reserves the right to start to restrict your ability to list, including, without limitation, restricting new listings, restricting changes to existing listings, or ending listings.

If you use third-party tools to help manage your listings, inventory, finances, or refunds, there should be no change in how you use those tools.

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