spara50 Posted March 18, 2011 Report Share Posted March 18, 2011 Here they go again! eBay sellers will be charged 9 percent of an item's selling price plus the amount the seller charges the buyer for shipping under a major new selling change announced this week. The fee, to be capped at $100, is meant to encourage more sellers to offer free shipping.ebay_logo.jpg On the flip side, listing fees will be dropped and sellers will now be able to list up to 50 items each month at any starting price. Sellers also may elect the option to add the popular "Buy it Now" selling option for free. Abolishing listing fees is not a new move for eBay. The fees were levied far less starting last year across several promotional efforts. The move was designed to attract sellers and compete with the growing number of ecommerce websites as well as curb the monstrous growth of Amazon.com. Amazon announced early last year that antiques and collectibles sellers we welcome to the site, however the category has failed to take off. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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