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Default Re: According to eBay sellers are loving managed payments!

We are buyers as well as sellers,never find my buying experience to have improved.
But I think Ebay chose Ayden as it is no longer a growth stock,and is looking for extra change !
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Someone said Ayden will send sales proceeds to our bank account daily?
is this an option we can OPT out
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Default Re: According to eBay sellers are loving managed payments!

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eBay seems to be always on the look for new ways to rock a going boat, but I don't blame them, they are a publicly traded company and have hungry strangers (investors) to feed.


Always tweaking the searching algorithm and collaterally damaging existing sellers' sales in the hope of "improving" the buying experience...etc
100% Spot on.

In the UK, if you send out an item that requires a signature but the recipient wasn't in at the time of attempted delivery, the postman will record it on the tracking but eBay will count it against you as late delivery.

One way to get out of this would be to scan every item at the post office but it is not practical for business sellers shipping tons of items.

Many sellers deduced they could remedy the situation by waiting until they could confirm delivery before uploading tracking.

eBay has recently said we must upload tracking before the due date. If we fail to do so, an INR case will count against us and will be ruled in favour of the buyer even if the buyer signed for the item on the due date.
This is just one of many things they do that is so wrong.

Someone is going for our TRS but don't have the testosterone to come clean.

As for the UI, forget it. The team responsible should be forced into an insane asylum.
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I have not noticed my buying experience has improved,in fact it is worse now that I have to wade thru pages and pages of AMZN pictures,wondering if I will get a package from AMZN instead of the Ebay seller?
after I decide to buy from one ebay seller,I will copy his title and search on AMZN to see if I am overpaying for the item on Ebay
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if you have been using your Paypal debit card to earn 1 1/2% cash rebate,you can still do so,as long as your bank account has enough fund.

I see you are still dreaming up an extra 50% cash back on the PP debit card fee lol
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1-1 1/2 %,but I am now getting 2% from Capital one.
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No, there IS NO 1.5%! You need to quit saying that. It's 1%. End of story.
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No, there IS NO 1.5%! You need to quit saying that. It's 1%. End of story.
legacy account gets 1 1/2%.
I get 1 1/2% but I am getting 2% elsewhere so that card is now shelved.
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i posted this question somewhere and no one seems to respond.
IRS audit goes back 7 years,state sales tax audit can be 4-6 years,if we are audited,we will need our data from both Ayden and Paypal.
Will Ayden provide the same kind of service as Paypal?
In a state sales tax audit,you need to show the auditor where the buyers are ,and the best way to show is to download Paypal histroy showing buyer address (state and zipcode),without such,the state would assume all your sales are with state residents and if you have not collected sales tax from them,you pay.
you may have your own record,like sales ledger electronic or paper,but auditor may not accepted them.

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Default Re: According to eBay sellers are loving managed payments!

Way outside the scope of this forum. That's why nobody is answering.

In your own words... "go ask on EBAY SUPPORT FORUM".
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Default Re: According to eBay sellers are loving managed payments!

thanks,I will do so.
SInce few like Ayden,this would be a good discussion on paypal vs ayden.
But most people dont think that far until tax time or they get audited
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