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If you're considering selling internationally, here are a few things to consider:
Setting your preferences
You'll need to research postage options and select a reliable carrier.
If you want your items listed on international eBay sites, you'll need to specify delivery costs to those locations.
You can exclude regions or countries you don't want to send to by setting up postage exclusions in your account settings.
Estimating postage costs in your listing
In the international postage section of your listing, specify the postage cost and service. If you select calculated postage, the cost will be based on the buyer's location and the size and weight of the item. If you want your items listed on international eBay sites, you'll need to specify postage costs to those locations.
Customs and import charges
In the description section of your listing, clearly indicate that the buyer is responsible for any customs duties, import charges or other international fees—which may not be included in the item's purchase and postage price. The buyer may need to pay these fees upon delivery.
Sending your item
If you buy and print postage on eBay, tracking details are added to the order automatically. If you purchase postage outside of eBay, you'll need to add tracking to your order.
You'll be required to fill out customs forms for the items you sold and answer buyer questions about invoices, import charges or paying for their order
To help protect you in eBay Money Back Guarantee cases, make sure to select delivery confirmation when you send the item. For items over $750, you must add signature confirmation
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