Two days ago, I opened a case against a buyer for non payment after two weeks. Now, he emails me to say he cannot afford the item because he lost his job (even though I notice he has some postive feedback the last week on other purchases). What should I do? Should I close the case right away or wait until the four days? If I close early, I think my only reason is that he has paid? Then I won't be able to get my final fees back. If the four days are up, he will have a mark on his record. If he pays and wants a return, that's a mess I don't want either.
eBay has reduced the upfront cost to sell for Store sellers! With eBay’s new everyday rate plans, you get from up to 150 to 2,500 FREE listings* per month—no insertion fees, auction-style or fixed price—with an eBay Stores subscription. You pay a final value fee only when you sell! Plus, the final value fees for Stores have been streamlined to just 5 competitive category-based rates as low as 4%—and never more than 9%—regardless of how you sell.
*Pay no insertion fees for your allotted free listings per calendar month. Optional fees, including advanced listing upgrades and supplemental service fees, still apply. Pay final value fees only when you sell. Motors Vehicles, Real Estate, Heavy Equipment, Concession Trailers & Carts, Imaging & Aesthetics Equipment and Commercial Printing Presses are excluded. 12 free pictures does not apply to Motors Vehicles listings. Terms are subject to change. Learn more.
The help content goes in here!