eBay Raises Fees for Motors Sellers in Canada
Effective Monday, November 13, 2017, eBay will implement a new fee structure for eBay Motors sellers in Canada. The company states these fees are to bring Canadian Motors fees inline with U.S. Motors fees.
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The fee increases are only for Advanced Listing Upgrades, but some of them are very popular among sellers and more important, the fee increases are significant.
|Advanced Listing Upgrade||New Fee||Old Fee|
|10-Day Duration||$18 (+$3)||$15|
|21-Day Duration||$40 (+$8)||$32|
|Buy It Now (Auction only)||$10 (+$8)||$2|
|Reserve Price (Below $75,000)||$40 (+$33)||$7|
|Reserve Price (Above $75,000)||$99 (+$92)||$7|
All fees are in CAN $ and do not include applicable taxes
The categories impacted by the new Advanced Listing Upgrade fees are:
- Cars & Trucks
- Other Vehicles & Trailers
If you sell on eBay Motors in Canada, what are your thoughts about these fee increases? It seems to us they just put them out there without offering anything in return to sellers. We like to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
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Richard is co-founder of eSeller365. He has over 17 years of experience on eBay which includes tens of thousands of sales to buyers in over 100 countries and even has experience with eBay’s VeRO program enforcing intellectual property rights for a former employer. And for about two years Richard sold products on Amazon using Amazon FBA in the US.
To “relax” from the daily business grind, for a few weekends a year, he also works for IMSA as a professional race official.