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    Finally got my self a creditcard, my question is if I would like to sell something would it cost me?

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    Yes roughly 10% of what you sell.

    I sold my old Netgear DG632 modem on there for 41. eBay emailed me a week later saying they're taking 3.95 from my account for selling it
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    It is a business they're running you know
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai
    Yes roughly 10% of what you sell.

    I sold my old Netgear DG632 modem on there for 41. eBay emailed me a week later saying they're taking 3.95 from my account for selling it
    shouldnt of cost that much

    usually they charge 2 pound for a listing of 150

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    Ebay takes up to 10% of each sale. It should state it somewhere in here.

    http://pages.ebay.com/help/sell/fees.html
    Last edited by Skizo; 12-19-2004 at 12:40 AM.



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    5 dollas charges u only 24 cents

    so it aint that much

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    depends on if you put a reserve, have a full auction with bid's ECT ECT
    cheapest is to have no auction, just like a buy it now final price, like the opening bid is the buy it now

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