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eBay "send invoice"

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    (Original post by moo-stace)
    I have sold an item on ebay it was a "buy it now" item is it normal for the buyer to take a few days to pay or should I wait until the item has been paid for??
    Generally not, but it happens at times. Is the buyer an established member? I'd suggest giving it a day or so then sending an invoice as a prompt if you've still not received payment. If that still doesn't elicit payment, send an eBay message asking the position to the buyer; worst case, you can open an unpaid item case and get eventually get a credit for your final value fee.
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    so I take it I should wait until the buyer has paid before I see the item...
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    (Original post by moo-stace)
    so I take it I should wait until the buyer has paid before I see the item...
    Absolutely - payment is expected before dispatch. Have you sold on eBay before?
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    No this is the first item I've sold.


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