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As of June 1, 2021, the new rules for Ebay came into effect. Everything changes for resellers

Ebay changes rules and will come into effect immediately (Getty Images)

Despite Amazon is to date the e-commerce portal most popular in the world, there are many other realities that defend themselves to the sound of millions of users every day. Impossible not to mention Ebay, true founder of this sector on the web and which has been able to renew itself During the years.

As already explained several times, starting from June 1, 2021 the new rules. These mainly affect retailers, with immediate changes that completely upset the entire flow of actions. Six years after conclusion of the partnership with PayPal, for a few days it has been no longer possible to use it in any way.

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Ebay says goodbye to PayPal: here’s what changes

Resellers will no longer be able to use PayPal as a payment method (Getty Images)

If you are a reseller on Ebay and you used to use PayPal, know that from the June 1, 2021 the rules have completely changed. Access to direct debit becomes mandatory sui personal bank accounts, under penalty of limitation or even removal of the advertisements themselves. This was explained by the BBC, according to which – at least for the moment – the new rule does not concern buyers: the latter can continue to pay using PayPal.

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However, there is no lack of complaints even by sellers. Commissions added to the buying and selling process have now increased. If before they were equal to 10%, now Ebay reserves 12.8% of the final amount. Payments will also take two working days to transfer the money, while with PayPal it only took a few hours. There was no shortage of complaints from the community for the new ToS.

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