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EBay is one of the most popular online marketplaces for buying and selling goods, so it is important to understand the payment process and how long you have to make your payment.
Once you have won an auction or purchased an item from an eBay seller, you usually have three days to complete your payment. During this time, you can send your payment via PayPal or any other payment method accepted by the seller. If payment is not received within this timeframe, you may receive an unpaid item strike and incur other consequences.
If you are unable to make payment within three days, you can request an extension. This can be done through the eBay Resolution Center and will require you to provide an explanation as to why you need an extension. Extensions are generally limited to 2-3 additional days.
If payment is not received after the extension period has lapsed, the seller will open an Unpaid Item Case, and you will receive an Unpaid Item Strike on your account. This can be removed if you:
- Pay the seller by the deadline shown in the case.
- Cancel the transaction in the Resolution Center.
- Come to an alternative arrangement with the seller such as extending the deadline to make payment at a later date.
Once your payment has been made, you will no longer receive an Unpaid Item Strike.
It is important to understand the payment process on eBay and how long you have to make your payment. When buying items from sellers, you typically have three days to make payment. If you can’t make payment within this timeframe, you can request an extension in the Resolution Center. If you don’t make payment after the extension period, you will receive an Unpaid Item Strike.