Where do I sign the eBay Billing Agreement? I can`t find it. There is nothing left to sign, you have accepted it if you submit an offer for sale. Fortunately, it is possible to return to the classic website and use eBay shipping. I hope PayPal will stop this as soon as possible! I have confirmed my billing agreement several times and it still does not seem to register. I`m on sale again on eBay and I received a message when I made my first sale to close the eBay billing agreement. I don`t know where to find this to print the shipping label. Can anyone help me? Thank you in advance. Nannette I have the same problem with one of my accounts, but not with my other account. I`ve been selling on ebay for years, so I don`t know why I`m having trouble with it. I had to go straight to PayPal to send my items. Have you been paid? Never heard of a billing agreement. It is buried on the page “BUY AND PRINT USPS PORTO”. All you need to do is log in on your desktop or laptop on ebay, go to “SELL” and click the button to print a shipping label for the item in question.
Once you`ve got there, look under the “BUY PORTO” button. I am a community volunteer, not an eBay employee. This is a member of the Member Assistance Council. pages.ebay.com/help/policies/user-agreement.html?rt=nc I need to sign the billing fee so I can send from home, you can change your PayPal funding source for eBay fees at any time. To ensure that the new information is used to pay an invoice, update the account before the end of your billing period (either at the end of the month or on the 15th of the month). If there are not enough credits on the PayPal account, PayPal use the funding source you chose when signing up for automatic payments PayPal. The usps billing agreement PayPal should be displayed on the first attempt to print the label. It authorizes PayPal to deduct the shipping payment and transfer it to USPS. I try to print the address label, and it keeps telling me that I have to sign the eBay billing agreement, but I can`t find it anywhere to sign it.
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