eBay Billing Agreement UK

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eBay Billing Agreement UK

Last Update: Sep 21, 2010



If you reside in the U.K. or another country that is a member of the E.U., you are agreeing to the following terms with eBay Europe S.à r.l. If you reside within the United States, you are contracting with eBay, Inc. If you reside in India, you are contracting with eBay India Pvt. Ltd. If you reside outside the EU, United States and India, you are contracting with eBay International AG. The relevant eBay entity is referred to in this Billing Agreement as "eBay".

This eBay Billing Agreement ("Agreement") is between PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. & Cie, S.C.A., ("PayPal") eBay and you. PayPal is only a party to this Agreement for the sole purpose of the sections "Your Instruction to PayPal" and "Your Cancellation Rights" below.



By agreeing to these terms, you authorise eBay to charge your PayPal account for the full amount of:

  1. all fees related to your selling activity on eBay and other amounts or charges that you authorise eBay to charge ("eBay Fees"); and
  2. any amounts you owe eBay under the eBay Buyer Protection Policy ("Policy") (The amounts you owe under the Policy will be equivalent to the amounts in which eBay refunds the buyer. The amounts in which eBay refunds the buyer are determined in accordance with the Policy),

(the "Authorised Amounts").

eBay may charge your PayPal account on a one-time, sporadic, or recurring basis.



You authorise and instruct PayPal to pay eBay all and any Authorised Amount debits as presented by eBay to PayPal. By providing such authorisation and instruction, you acknowledge and agree that in all circumstances you reasonably expect that:

  1. an Authorised Amount may arise and accrue from all or any of your activities on eBay; and
  2. payments made under this Agreement are variable and may be made on various dates.

You agree that PayPal is not obliged to verify or confirm the amount that eBay presents to PayPal for the purpose of processing payment of any Authorised Amount.



PayPal will become your payment method on file with eBay for automatic payments of any Authorised Amount. If you previously had another payment method on file for automatic payments, that method will be replaced by PayPal. You can change your payment method within My eBay (you will find the My eBay icon on the top right section of each eBay page).



Your Cancellation Rights: You can review or cancel this Agreement by following the relevant instructions in the "Cancelling Recurring Payments" section of the PayPal User Agreement (or the instructions to review or cancel recurring payments as otherwise set out in the PayPal User Agreement from time to time). A cancellation received by us before close of business on a business day will take effect on the next business day; if it is received after close of business on a business day, it will take effect on the business day after the next business day.
 Cancellation by eBay: This Agreement may be cancelled by eBay at any time. Cancellation by eBay will take effect from the time that PayPal receives eBay’s instruction to cancel the Agreement.
 Your continuing obligation: If this Agreement is cancelled for any reason, or if the payment of amounts owed through PayPal cannot be completed for any reason, you remain obligated to pay eBay for all unpaid amounts and eBay reserves the right to seek reimbursement through other means.



This Agreement is governed by English law. A person who is not a party to this Agreement has no right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce or to enjoy the benefit of any term of this Agreement.