First time Ebay Seller. Pending payment?
You might just want to punt on the whole Ebay idea unless you have someone with good experience to help you.. Most things are not really clear cut and can waste your time while they make money.. make sure you understand all of the fee structures!
by Gary - 5 hours ago
Paypal might want proof of delivery (delivery confirmation) to pay faster. Drop shipping is very risky.
by krn001 - 5 hours ago
Unless you can enter in tracking information, PayPal will make you wait. It's how it is for new sellers. It's because of all the scamming that goes on. This will continue for up to 3 months and over 30 sales before PayPal will relax their rules. So yes, a seller has to have money of their own to pay the shipping costs because the buyers money is held as you've discovered. And 1 sale isn't going to change anything I'm sorry to say. Most buyers, like me, avoid sellers with less than 50 sales because of the large number of underage users and outright scammers.
by bron357 - 5 hours ago
Once the buyer leaves feedback the payment will go through.
by Rogue - 5 hours ago
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