DO NOT ship the item until you have the payment in hand. At this point, you can't even be sure that the buyer has made a move to pay you. Sending the item before you are paid for it is utter foolishness. Added later: The money goes to your PayPal account. You will receive a notification e-mail when it arrives. When actually checking your PayPal balance, DO NOT use the links in the notification e-mail to access your account. Scammers will send realistic looking notification e-mails. If you use the links in the fake e-mails, it will send you to a scam web site with the capability of stealing your user name and password.
by F. Frederick Skitty - a day ago
you will see a $ sign saying the person paid via paypal when you log on to ebay. On the arrow key hit item was sent and type in tracking if you wish. You mail the item. You log on to paypal and hit withdraw money to bank account. In 2 days (maybe 3) you log on to your bank site and will see a paypal deposit.
by Blah Blah - a day ago
the money is in your paypal when the buyer decides to pay for the item. 1. make sure money is in account. 2. make sure your send to a paypal verfied adress.
by AL - a day ago
call them; ebay is not a small biz regardless, luck to you and Happy Thanksgiving
by kemperk - a day ago
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