Step-by-Step Guide for Legal Entity

Before the registration

If you’ve received a notification to register for eBay to manage your payments, you can register in a few simple steps. But before the registration we recommended you to gather the following documentation, which you’ll need when it comes time to open your account.

Documents you will need for registration

Company verification documents (one of the following)

  • Certificate of registration
  • Certificate of incorporation
  • Partnership agreement
  • Tax document
  • Business license

Company address verification documents (one of the following)

  • A copy of a recent utility bill, no older than three months, stating company name and the exact address provided in the application. Examples are gas, water, electricity, landline phone, internet, and cable television.
  • A copy of a certificate of incorporation which includes the company name and the exact address provided in the application.
  • A copy of a recent bank statement, no older than three months, with the company name and the exact address used in the application.
  • A copy of the complete rental agreement stating the company name and address.

Personal details (authorized representative)

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • ID number
  • Country of nationality
  • Country of residency

Letter of authorization (if not one of the UBOs, one of the following)

  • An official company letter signed by one of the UBOs, executive managers or directors stating that the person is authorized to act on behalf of the company.
  • A government official company incorporation document showing the full name of the legal representative.
  • A letter with an official seal/signature/chop of the legal representative who should be set as the authorized representative of the account.

ID copy (one of the following)

  • National ID
  • Passport
  • Driving license

Personal details of all UBOs

  • Full name
  • Complete residential address
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • ID number
  • Percentage of equity ownership

UBOs ID copy

  • National ID
  • Passport
  • Driving license

Director/partner personal details (up to 10 directors)

  • Full name
  • Complete residential address
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality

Step 1. Connect a Payoneer account

Moving forward, you’II get paid to your bank account via a Payoneer account. You have to create a new Payoneer account for every eBay account even if you already have a Payoneer account.

Note: Seller payouts and charges are processed in US dollars (USD).

Step 2. Sync eBay and Payoneer profiles

Now you need to synchronize your eBay and Payoneer profiles. 

After you register a Payoneer account, wel pull in your details from Payoneer to sync your eBay profile.


Step 3. Add a credit card or debit card for selling costs

Enter your credit or debit card information to cover fees and expenses, such as those arising from refunds, claims, or disputes. We need it in case you have outstanding amounts owed to eBay and your funds are insufficient.

To add card information, fill in the form and click Continue.


If you’ve already added card information just choose the proper one from the list and click Continue. Here you can also add a new card if you need.


Step 4. Submit your registration information and keep selling as usual

This will send your registration request to be verified by Payoneer. By submitting your registration information, you agree to the Payments Terms of Use.


After submitting you’ll be redirected to the Seller Hub. 

You'll soon get to experience a new way to sell and get paid on eBay. Payoneer is working on getting your account approved. They may reach out to you if they need help verifying your details.

Once Payoneer lets us know everything is verified, we'll review your registration information that we have pulled from Payoneer and contact you before we activate your eBay account on managed payments.

Nothing will change in how you sell on eBay until then. When your account is activated, we’ll automatically update your listings to reflect the different ways buyers can pay.

Keep selling as usual and enjoy all the benefits of managed payments.


Learn how selling fees will change when eBay manages your payments

When eBay manages your payments, your selling fees and other costs will be deducted automatically from your funds awaiting payout. If these are insufficient, eBay’ll charge the amount you owe the marketplace from your on-file payment method within 14 days. eBay may add up the amounts you owe into a single charge.

Most of the fees that eBay charges for listing and selling on the marketplace 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 eBay converts your currency to collect fees or initiate your payout. These fees are based on your country of residence.

You’ll find the links to fees pages for international eBay sites below:

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