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Sellers are charged 10% of the TOTAL amount the buyer pays.
It is charged in two separate invoices (unless you offer ‘free shipping).
eBay knows what the item sold for as soon as the listing ends so is able to invoice for that immediately.
Does eBay take a cut of shipping?
FVF is what eBay takes from the final price of the item, they take an additional percentage from the fee you charge your buyers on shipping. So, should you go free shipping, eBay’s cut on your shipping fee will be zero.
Does eBay take fees from shipping?
To make it a fair and even playing field for sellers, eBay charges a fee on the TOTAL value of the transaction based on the item price and shipping charges.
Where does the shipping money go on eBay?
The buyer’s payment should add up to the accepted purchase price + the shipping amount shown on the listing. Yes, you receive the money for shipping so you can pay for it with the buyer’s funds. Always go to your paypal account to see if the funds are there and there’s a check mark that says ok to ship.
How does eBay calculate shipping?
Here’s how to use calculated shipping when listing your items: In the Shipping section of your listing, select Calculated: Cost varies by buyer location. Next to Services, select Calculate Shipping. In Package details in the Shipping Calculator, enter your package type, dimensions, and weight.