When you list an item on eBay, you choose how buyers pay you.
In most categories, you must accept either PayPal or credit and debit cards.
If you’re a managed payments seller, forms of payment will be automatically set.
You don’t need to do anything.
Is eBay no longer using PayPal?
Per Recode, eBay announced on Wednesday that it plans to stop using PayPal as its back-end services provider, and when their contract expires the online marketplace will switch to a long-term deal with Amsterdam-based company Adyen. PayPal will cease to process card payments for eBay at that time.
How do I accept payment on eBay without PayPal?
No problem. Although PayPal is the default payment method, you do have alternatives. You can accept wire transfers and money orders for certain listing categories, you can create your own merchant account, use Skrill or ProPay, or offer payment on pickup for any type of listing.
How do I refuse an eCheck on PayPal?
How to Disable PayPal eChecks
- Log in to your PayPal account at www.paypal.com.
- While viewing your profile, scroll down to “Selling tools” in the left-menu and click on “Seller preferences”
- Click “update” next to “Block payments”
Why do I have to use PayPal on eBay?
eBay has millions of items for sale, but the only way to pay is with a payment system called Paypal. This payment system allows buyers to send money to sellers virtually, without involving personal checking, debit card, or credit card numbers. Paypal is safe, widely accepted, and seamless when paying for items online.