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Hi there I'm a little confused about paying eBay fee's I know there's threads on this iv been reading but people seem to do them in different ways.

The way I have always done them is just pay them using the one time payment method through PayPal? Is this still ok with a stealth account?
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Why don't you just leave enough money in PayPal and set the payment to go via your PayPal?
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Hi there I'm a little confused about paying eBay fee's I know there's threads on this iv been reading but people seem to do them in different ways.

The way I have always done them is just pay them using the one time payment method through PayPal? Is this still ok with a stealth account?
As long as your paying your fees on time and it's working without any restrictions than just keep it going, there are many ways to pay fees, just follow stealth principals and if you feel the way your paying now works stick with it.
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The way I have always done them is just pay them using the one time payment method through PayPal? Is this still ok with a stealth account?
This is perfectly okay to do.

I pay my fees weekly with one-time payments from Paypal. It has never caused any issues in 5 years.
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Default re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

it is o.k to do but remember, if there is not enough funds in PP at the time, then it will try get it from the bank which will in turn show the real name of the bank account holder to PP

Shouldn't happen but best to know this if you don't already.

do'h my mistake, one time payment is fine all the time, thought the op meant automatic .
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

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Hi there I'm a little confused about paying eBay fee's I know there's threads on this iv been reading but people seem to do them in different ways.

The way I have always done them is just pay them using the one time payment method through PayPal? Is this still ok with a stealth account?
Can be done BUT..... why on earth give paypal the OK to 'touch' your monies?

Read the below thread for a working alternative.

Why do I say working? Because it allows the stealth account holder to control what paypal does in regards to touching paypal balances.

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-di...do-safely.html
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Pay the fees in advance with a VCC - keep it simple and smooth - you can even pay multiple times
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Never an issue in letting paypal take their fees, ever!
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Yeah I also just let PayPal take their fees
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yes, my plan to take over the world is all coming together after years of wasting my time on craigslist

Reason for Editing: my plan is not to be seen by others

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yes, my plan to take over the world is all coming together after years of wasting my time on craigslist

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yes, my plan to take over the world is all coming together after years of wasting my time on craigslist

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Good for you.

Keep your business to yourself.

Plenty of nosey people will try to pry.

Actually the rules just got changed...

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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Just use one time payment method.
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

I always pay with my paypal balance. If i'm going to withdraw my money I will see how much I need to pay eBay, pay it, withdraw the rest apart from 2 sales worth of just in case of refunds. I do this once a week at least, usually more often. I don't take huge amounts out like 500, but 100-200 a time.
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

I prefer paying before the fees are due...with a CC rather than PP balance.
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Probably a really stupid question, but if you were to pay on your own card in your own real name on an account, I assume that will flag you?

The only reason I am asking is because of data protection, I am unsure if they are actually allowed to retain the information and look into the card details?
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

If the registered address is stealth, then the card would fail the AVS check so the payment would not go though

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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Why wouldn't you just use a VCC or use PayPal to pay the fees after a sale? Makes life so much simpler.
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Why wouldn't you just use a VCC or use PayPal to pay the fees after a sale? Makes life so much simpler.
I never bother lifting the 25 limit on vccs. Maybe I should look into that!
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Or just let Ebay take their fees after the sale every month through PayPal directly....I've always done that and works well
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Why would you pay ebay seller fees? The take like 15% lol eff that
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Default Re: paying ebay fees: I'm a little confused

Every thread sandgnat10....you are suggesting to avoid paying eb fees....not the recommended move.
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