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To start selling on eBay, you’ll need a seller account. Setting up your account is free and only takes a few minutes. The type of account you need will depend on if you are a casual seller or a business seller.

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SELECTING YOUR SELLER ACCOUNT

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Casual Seller

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If you plan to sell occasionally, select a seller account for individuals.
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Business Seller

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If you have a business and wish to reach new customers or are planning to start a new business.
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SETTING UP AN INDIVIDUAL SELLER ACCOUNT

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First, you’ll need register as an eBay member. This will involve;

  1. Creating your ID and password
  2. Choosing your payment options. PayPal, credit and debit card are covered by eBay Money Back Guarantee
  3. Confirming your identity
  4. Setting your account preferences

Remember to read and accept our User Agreement and User Privacy Notice.

Now you’re ready to start selling on eBay. Read our tips on how to create effective listings and taking great photos.

Register now

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IMPORTANT

Upgrade an existing individual to a business account under Account Type in the Personal Information section of My eBay.

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SETTING UP A BUSINESS SELLER ACCOUNT

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Follow the step-by-step guide below to set up your account. Make sure you have your business trading name, details and contact information on hand.

  1. Complete the Business Registration form.
  2. Choose how you’ll pay your eBay fees; PayPal, credit or debit card or bank account. Learn more about eBay fees.
  3. Confirm your identity.
  4. Decide how you want your buyers to pay you. PayPal and merchant credit card are accepted payment methods. All sellers must offer at least one of these in most categories.
  5. Link your eBay account to your PayPal account. You’ll be guided through this process in the business registration flow. However, if you lose your place, link your accounts here.
  6. Consider opening an eBay Store. Select the Store that’s right for your business and get access to free listing entitlements, lower final value fees and create your own Store front customised to your brand.
  7. Integrate your existing website. Many eCommerce providers like Neto and Shopify offer automatic eBay integration. Or use an integration tool like Codisto Connect. See the full list of providers here.

Now you’re ready to start selling on eBay. Read our tips on how to create effective listings and taking great photos.

Register a business account

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