With managed payments, eBay manages the end-to-end payments process. Your buyers can now pay with more convenient payment methods, and you'll receive the money directly to your bank account or to your bank account via Payoneer account.
Managed payments helps sellers streamline their business on eBay, and simplifies the experience for both buyers and sellers. As a managed payments seller, you'll have everything you need to sell and get paid, with reports, fees, protections and support, all in one place.
How it works
- A buyer purchases one of your items.
- eBay manages the payment transaction.
- You receive the payouts:
- in your checking account, with no need to transfer funds between accounts, or
- in your checking account via Payoneer account
What you need to register
You can link your checking account during managed payments registration. Watch the video to learn how.
What if eBay can’t verify your information? eBay will notify you in My eBay messages and put an alert on your eBay account to let you know that we’re having difficulty verifying your information. In these notifications, eBay will provide details of any additional information it needs from you, and instructions on how to send it to eBay.
Accepted payment methods
Your buyers can choose from any of the following payment methods:
- American Express
- PayPal Credit
- Apple Pay (through the eBay app and mobile website only)
- Google Pay (through the eBay app, mobile website and desktop)
These will automatically be added to your listings and show up as payment options at the checkout.
With managed payments, you'll receive your payouts in your chosen checking account, regardless of which payment method your buyer chooses.
eBay sends a message when your buyer has paid and it's time for you to ship your order. eBay makes the funds from your sale available within 2 business days after confirming the buyer’s payment. You may choose to receive payouts of available funds daily, weekly, fortnightly, or monthly. Learn more.
There are a number of reports which all sellers can download to help reconcile your eBay sales transactions.
All sellers must follow the guidelines in our Prohibited and restricted items policy. Sellers may have some additional restrictions on what they can list based on the international eBay site they are listing on. Listings for any restricted items will be automatically ended and added to your unsold folder at the time your account is activated.
Listings that don't follow eBay's rules may be removed from the site or from search results.
Orders and shipping
You should ship your order as soon as you see the "Awaiting shipment" status on the Manage Orders page in Seller Hub, even if you haven't received payment to your checking account or to your Payoneer account. Don't worry, eBay will only display this status once the buyer's order has been confirmed.
There are no changes to shipping labels. If you use a third-party shipping platform or are managing labels on your own, you may continue to do so.
Selling fees for eBay Sellers
When eBay manages your payments, your selling fees and other costs will be deducted automatically from your funds awaiting payout. If these are insufficient, we’ll charge the amount you owe eBay from your on-file payment method within 14 days. We may add up the amounts you owe into a single charge.
Most of the fees that we charge for listing and selling on eBay are determined by the eBay site you use to create your listing. Additional fees apply to your international transactions, for example, when you sell to buyers in other countries, and when we convert your currency to collect fees or initiate your payout. These fees are based on your country of residence.
For more information on the new fees, see our articles on:
You can issue full or partial refunds to your buyers up to 90 days after the original transaction. To learn more about the refund process and where the funds come from, see Refunding buyers.
For most claims and returns, eBay Money Back Guarantee Policy will apply to eBay sellers. However, your buyer may ask their financial institution to open a payment dispute if they believe there's an issue with their order. You can learn more about Handling payment disputes as a managed payments seller.