Whenever you sell items on eBay, there is always a percentage of buyers who for whatever reason.. don’t pay.
The problem is eBay still charges you the final value fees.
In this short video I’ll show you how to set up the automatic unpaid item assistant….
Transcribe of “How To Setup Automatic eBay Unpaid Item Assistant”
There’s always a percentage of buyers who don’t pay
– Hey guys. Neil Waterhouse. Whenever you sell items on eBay, there’s always a percentage of buyers who, for whatever reason, don’t pay. This is normal. It’s the same for every seller, no matter what country you’re in. The thing is, even though the buyer doesn’t pay, eBay still charges you the final value fees, which goes on your monthly invoice.
Two ways of claiming back your final value fees
Now, don’t panic. There’s two ways of claiming back your final value fees. One is the manual way, another is my most preferred way, which of course is the automatic. So it happens 24/7/365, basically all year round. If you don’t do anything, you’ll end up paying the final value fee even though you never got paid for the item. In this video, I’m gonna quickly show you how to set up the automatic, unpaid item assistant. Now this free. It’s built into eBay. It doesn’t cost you anything to use it.
Steps on how to set up the automatic, unpaid item assistant
The first step is to go to any page on eBay and click My eBay. Then Account. Then site preferences. Then scroll down to unpaid item assistant. On the right hand side, click edit. As you can see from the screenshot, here you can set your preferences for the unpaid item assistant. We normally set the unpaid item assistant to kick in after eight days. That’s all for this week. Where ever you’re watching this video, please scroll down, leave me a comment below. Until next week, list more, sell more. This is Neil Waterhouse.
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