How to Find Sellers Bank Deposit Details
With the Heavy Promotion of Paypal Sellers Bank Deposit Details seem almost to be non existant - But they are there just a little harder to find :)
So to save you and the seller time I thought I would write this short guide to give clear instructions.
I myself get at least one email a day asking me for my bank details. They are on eBay and they are also sent in the Winning Invoice that I send to my customers
Okay so where to find Bank Deposit Details.
1) Check Sellers Terms of Sale and Payment details to see if the seller has written them on the Actual Listing
2) Next is eBay - They will display for you but its on the 3rd page.
After you have won your items you will have the item under items WON in your MY eBay Details
Click the Pay Now button and you will be taken to a page that has written
REVIEW YOUR PURCHASES FROM Sellers ID (Will be here)
Down the Bottom of that page there will be a Select Payment Method
If you ware wanting to pay via Bank Deposit choose the one that says Bank Deposit and you will be taken To another page
Pay via Bank Deposit: Email Seller
1.Email Information to Seller
Please review the payment details below, then click the Email Information to Seller button after confirm. You will receive a copy of this email.
Then Down the Very Bottom of the Page is the following a Button with the words
EMAIL INFORMATION TO SELLER
You will see payment instructions on the next page.
On the Next Page you will see
Pay via Bank Deposit: Send Payment
Your NEXT STEP
Although it has Your Next Step – Email Seller- for bank details the Bank details are actually contained in the Sellers Payment Instructions
(providing the seller has chosen to show bank details at checkout)
If the seller doesn’t have the bank details within the listing and doesn’t have the bank details showing in checkout and doesn’t send you a invoice with the bank details
Then you will have to send a email requesting the details
But most sellers will have one or all of the above available
I hope this helps Just a little bit to help you find those Pesky Bank details that are hidden on Page 3 ;)
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