We're actively addressing reports that some sellers are charging unfair or unreasonable prices for certain items on eBay. We encourage our community to report any listings they suspect of unfair pricing to us. See our page on Reporting price gouging on eBay for more information and details on how to start a report.
We recommend that you learn about eBay's selling policies before you list an item. This helps you avoid accidentally breaking any rules. If you fail to follow the rules, to protect the integrity of our marketplace, we may take certain actions, such as removing your listings or products and limiting your buying and selling privileges. For more details, please see the individual policy guidelines below.Selling practices policy
Learn the basic requirements for selling on eBay.Shill bidding policy
Understand why shill bidding is not allowed on eBay.Avoiding eBay fees policy
Avoiding fees on eBay – whether deliberately or by mistake – can invite fraud and risk.Unpaid item abuse policy
Find out why sellers should never falsely report an unpaid item.Seller performance policy
Learn about our policies for adjusting seller performance.Tax policy
Read why sellers are responsible for paying all taxes associated with selling on eBay.Intellectual property and the VeRO programme
Find out the kinds of copyrighted items you can – and can't – sell on eBay.Prohibited and restricted items
Discover the items that are prohibited or restricted on our siteProduct Safety Guidance for Sellers
Ensure your products comply with the applicable mandatory standards with guidance from government agencies on product safety laws and standards for US, UK, European and Australian sites.