The eBay price hike is taking impact for UK members promoting to different European nations. Enterprise sellers within the UK will see a rise in worldwide tariffs for the Eurozone and Northern Europe, excluding VAT, from 0.5% to 1.05%.
Non-commercial sellers (“personal” sellers) within the UK will see a rise in these prices, from 0.6% to 1.26%, which incorporates 20% VAT.
Charges apply to orders from sellers with addresses registered within the UK to supply addresses in nations within the Eurozone and Northern Europe (as entered by purchaser at checkout).
UK sellers at the moment pay charges for shipments going to different nations – 1.8% to the US and Canada and a pair of% to all different nations. These prices do not appear to vary.
Larger eBay Worldwide charges can be efficient January 1, 2022, no matter whether or not the merchandise is listed, relisted or refurbished. Sellers needn’t change their preferences with the intention to proceed promoting in nations within the Eurozone and Northern Europe if they’re already promoting in these areas.
So can UK sellers be barred from receiving orders from patrons who specify a supply handle in these areas? Not completely, as suggested within the announcement: “You can even replace your preferences to scale back the chance that worldwide patrons will purchase from you.”
eBay outlined Eurozone nations as: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Eire, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.
And it outlined the northern European nations as: Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Sweden.
Charges apply no matter whether or not vendor handles worldwide postage himself or by the eBay World Delivery Program (GSP).
eBay instructed UK sellers to handle postage settings to edit the nations they do not ship to, in addition to to exclude Eurozone and Northern European nations for sellers that do not ship to its international transport program.
eBay introduced a price hike on the UK Vendor Announcement Board on Thursday.