Sellers are required to have an automatic payment method on their eBay account to pay selling fees and issue refunds. You can use a credit card, direct debit or PayPal as your automatic payment method.
You'll receive a monthly invoice for items you've listed or sold, as well as any subscriptions or supplemental services used (such as postage labels). If you list an item during one billing cycle, but it doesn't sell until the next cycle, you may see your fees split between two invoices.
After you receive an invoice, payment for your selling fees will be charged to your credit card within 10 days. If you use PayPal or direct debit, it'll be deducted from your PayPal account no sooner than 15 days after the invoice date.
You can also pay your eBay fees by making a one-time payment using a credit card, direct debit, PayPal, cheque or money order. If you're making a payment using cheque or money order, you'll need to print out a payment coupon and post it with your cheque or money order to the address on the coupon.
If you're making a one-time payment, make sure to pay at least five days before your payment due date. Allow at least 10 business days plus delivery time if you're sending a cheque or money order.