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Making a One-Time Payment
You can make a one-time payment of your selling fees with the following payment methods.
Important: Please do not send cash payments to eBay.
For information on payment requirements, late fees, and payment schedules, see Your Payment Due Date.
Coordinating one-time and automatic payments
Even if you have an automatic payment method on file, you can still choose to make a one-time payment. However, to avoid duplicate payment, one-time payments should be made before the end of your invoice cycle.
Example: If you are invoiced at the end of the month and have your credit card on file for automatic payment, and it is now the 4th day of the month, there will be an automatic credit card payment processing already, so a one-time payment should only be made after this automatic payment has posted to your account.
Before submitting a one-time payment, you should review the automatic payment schedule to see when your automatic payments are debited and allow at least five days between any one-time payment and your automatic scheduled payment to avoid duplicate payments.
Making a one-time payment by credit card
Even if you already have an automated payment method on file, you can still make a one-time payment using a credit card.
To make a one-time payment by credit card:
Note: You don't have to use the same credit card that you used to become an eBay seller. Your credit card will normally be charged 5 to 7 days after you receive your invoice. Learn more about eBay account invoices and payment schedules.
Making a one-time payment by wire transfer
You can make a one-time payment by wire transfer (also known as bank transfer), even if your selling account isn't set up for automatic payment.
To obtain a payment coupon:
When paying by wire transfer:
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