FAQ

 
:: What is eBay?
eBay is the world's online marketplace; a place for buyers and sellers to come together and trade almost anything.

Here's how eBay works:
:: A seller lists an item on eBay, most anything from antiques to cars, books to sporting goods. The seller chooses to accept only bids for the item (an auction-type listing) or to offer the Buy It Now option, which allows buyers to purchase the item right away at a fixed price.
:: In an online auction, the bidding opens at a price the seller specifies and remains on eBay for a certain number of days. Buyers then place bids on the item. When the listing ends, the buyer with the highest bid wins.
:: In a Buy It Now listing, the first buyer willing to pay the seller's price gets the item.
 
:: How do I buy an item?
You can shop for almost anything on eBay. Get started using these steps:

1. Find an item.
Enter keywords into the search box located at the top of any page, or browse through our list of categories on the home page.
2. Learn about the item you found.
Read the item description carefully. If you have any questions about the item, you can ask the seller by clicking the Ask a question link.
3. Review the seller's Feedback.
View the seller’s business reputation by looking at his or her Feedback score, and read the comments left by previous buyers to be sure that this is a seller you feel you can trust.
4. Bid or Buy It Now.
Check the item page to see what purchase options are available. You can either place a bid on an item or purchase it instantly using Buy It Now. Remember, all bids are active until the auction ends. If you win a listing, you’re obligated to complete the transaction.
5. Pay for the item.
After you've won or bought the item, send your payment to the seller within three days. If you want to pay with one of the electronic payment methods offered by the seller, click the Pay Now button on the item page or email notification. Otherwise, the seller will let you know how and where to send your payment. If you're picking up the item, you can pay by any method the seller accepts (including cash).
 
:: What is PayPal?
PayPal is a safe, secure, and easy way to pay for items you buy on eBay.If you have an email address and a credit card or bank account, you can use PayPal to pay. Your bank and credit card information are not revealed to other members. If you sell items on eBay, you can also use PayPal to print shipping labels and packing slips, and pay your eBay seller fees. Find out how eBay and PayPal work together. PayPal offers seller protection and buyer protection, plus you can become PayPal verified to confirm your identity and help you stay secure
 
 
 
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