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  • A quick ebay question

    When you sell something, does ebay take a percentage of your sale?, and much of a percentage do they take?

  • #2
    pasted from their faq

    Item not sold No Fee
    $0.01 $25.00 5.25% of the closing value
    $25.01 $1,000.00 5.25% of the initial $25.00 ($1.31), plus 2.75% of the remaining closing value balance ($25.01 to $1,000.00)
    Over $1,000.01 5.25% of the initial $25.00 ($1.31), plus 2.75% of the initial $25.00 - $1,000.00 ($26.81), plus 1.50% of the remaining closing value balance ($1,000.01 - closing value)

    hope that helps you
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Excalibur2004
      pasted from their faq

      Item not sold No Fee
      $0.01 $25.00 5.25% of the closing value
      $25.01 $1,000.00 5.25% of the initial $25.00 ($1.31), plus 2.75% of the remaining closing value balance ($25.01 to $1,000.00)
      Over $1,000.01 5.25% of the initial $25.00 ($1.31), plus 2.75% of the initial $25.00 - $1,000.00 ($26.81), plus 1.50% of the remaining closing value balance ($1,000.01 - closing value)

      hope that helps you
      nice, thanks man

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      • #4
        Originally posted by YYZPICS
        nice, thanks man
        Also PayPal, which most people use on Ebay, has their own transaction fee themselves.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by YYZPICS
          nice, thanks man
          no problem... just watch yourself on there!
          In every organization, there will always be one person who knows what's going on. This person must be fired.

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