With the immediate payment option on eBay, a listing is still available until a buyer has completed the purchase transaction. This is especially useful when you're selling time-sensitive items, like tickets to a concert or sporting event.
When you list an item on eBay, you choose how buyers pay you. In most categories, you must accept either PayPal or credit and debit cards.
Our guides below have the information you need to set up and accept payments, and details on when and how you can get paid with other methods.Getting paid with PayPal
PayPal is a safe and efficient way to get paid on eBay, and it's the payment method used most frequently by our buyers. Learn how to accept PayPal payments.Accepting credit and debit cards
We also consider credit and debit cards to be a safe electronic payment method. Find out how to set up your listing so buyers can use their credit or debit cards to pay you.Accepting other payment methods
You can also accept cheques and money orders, cash on delivery, payment on pickup, or bank transfers. Learn how to ensure your buyers have all the information they need to pay using these methods.
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