When eBay manages your payments, you might not receive a monthly invoice. Instead, most selling fees and other costs are deducted automatically from your funds awaiting payout and can be viewed in Payments - opens in new window or tab in My eBay, or in your Financial statement in Seller Hub - opens in new window or tab or My eBay.
If you'd like more information about your monthly fees, discounts or credits, you can view those details on your eBay invoice. Here's how:
- Go to My eBay - opens in new window or tab and select Seller account.
- From the Invoices drop-down menu, select the monthly invoice you're looking for, then select Go. Your invoice will appear in a new window.
- From your invoice, you'll see links to print or download.
If you have a question about one of the charges, go to your Seller account - opens in new window or tab, scroll to the bottom of the page, and select the tab for the details you'd like to see: Fees, Credits, Payments & refunds or Promotional savings.
Fees or credits added since your invoice was created won't show up until the following month. If the amount due is more than $1.00, the balance is automatically deducted from the automatic payment method you have on file.
Why you might see a rounding adjustment
Your account balance can appear to be off by a few cents when compared to a manual calculation of your invoice line items. This is because we round off final value fees, which sometimes contain a fraction of a cent.