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If your selling something on Ebay I take it you do have a Ebay user ID and simply logging into Ebay on your user name and password you can then see your items listed for sale, Also, when you listed any item Ebay would send your email account registered with Ebay all the details of that item as to listing number, Ebays listing fees and start and ending dates. Check your email junk folder if you can not find emails from Ebay.

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Hi there dear eBay members! I am serverbot an eBay guru and I will share to you my tips and tricks on how to put your items for free on eBay!! Yes, that is correct, for FREE!
First, lets check the newest promotion that eBay has, it is the free insertion fee for auction style listings until January 2011!! Any price, just make sure that you have 4.5 on all of your DSRs and you are qualified for the 100 free listings regardless of starting price. But what if you already used 100 of the free 100 listings? You can use it again on the next month, meaning it refresh every month.

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But what if you made a mistake in your listing and you can no longer edit it or you like it to be Fixed price but you listed it as Auction? How to get credit for it? You need to end the listing within 12 hours since you listed the item and contact eBay for credit. Yes, you can contact eBay and they will credit it for you as long as it's not yet past 12 hours.
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Just ready your item number. If it's your first time to file a cancel transaction case and the buyer declined it accidentally, you can also ask eBay to credit it for you since you can no longer file another case! It can be a one time courtesy credit or an education credit.
How about Overdraft fees?eBay don't charge it, it's your bank. You need to contact your bank so that they can credit it for you but to avoid it, check your funding source in your PayPal account or check your eBay automatic payment method on file.
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You are partially correct in your understanding: there is a fee just for listing an item to sell. It is not, however, a flat 40 cents. eBay uses a graded insertion (listing) fee system that depends on the starting bid of the item you list. Below is a summary of the tiers, with the starting bid range on the left, and the insertion fee on the right:

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eBay currently waives the insertion fee for user's first 50 listings per month. This policy may not be applicable to all sellers, however, and it does not encompass listing upgrades such as those listed above.

For a full list of all of eBay's fees, please view the following link:
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