The whole purpose of selling your stuff online is to make money. Did you know you can lose up to 23% of your profit with the one-two punch of eBay and PayPal?
Let's say you have a used game console collecting dust on your shelf. You decide to sell it on eBay in the hopes of making some extra bucks. When you list the item, eBay charges you an insertion fee and when you sell the item, eBay charges you yet another fee. Then, on top of that, PayPal charges you a fee to process the sale. When it's all said and done, you're paying as much as 23% in eBay and PayPal fees.
Final Value Fees
Extra image Fees
21 day seller fund hold
= up to 23%
eBay also charges fees for any extras you may want to add to your listing like extending your auction beyond 10 days or using the “Buy It Now” option.
PayOnDelivery offers you a way to keep more money in your pocket. With PayOnDelivery, you don’t pay anything to list your item. All you pay is a single fee equal to 8% of the final transaction value of your item. In comparison, eBay’s selling fee alone can be as much as 13%.
As an alternative to eBay, you can use PayOnDelivery to sell your stuff through free classified sites like craigslist and oodle as well as Facebook and Twitter.PayOnDelivery’s simple solution to online selling allows you to make more money with every sale.