eBay for Charity Seller Terms & Conditions for Community Selling
By listing an item on eBay with eBay for Charity, you, as a Community Seller, agree:
- If your item sells, you will donate the percentage of the item's final sale price that you designated for that listing to PayPal Giving Fund (eBay for Charity’s charity partner) for the benefit of the Participating Nonprofit that you selected for that listing. If your item does not sell, no donation is due.
- If you have not made your donation by the due date, you authorize PayPal Giving Fund to collect the donation automatically using your donation payment method on file with eBay. If your donation cannot be collected automatically (for example, if you are a managed payments seller) you will receive an invoice payable to PayPal Giving Fund requesting payment for the donations due.
- A donation that is not made by the due date and that cannot be collected automatically by the PayPal Giving Fund nor is paid via a donation due invoice will be considered overdue. You will be restricted from creating new eBay for Charity listings until you have paid all overdue donations. Failure to make an overdue donation may result in the suspension of your eBay account.
- If automatically collected from you by PayPal Giving Fund, your donation will be collected in the local currency of the Participating Nonprofit.
- Your donation, which is typically tax deductible, is made to PayPal Giving Fund and granted to charity in full within 45 days. By donating, you accept the eBay for Charity Terms and Conditions, and understand in the rare event the charity you chose can’t be funded, PPGF will consult you before reassigning the funds to a similar charity. Donations are not refundable.
- A Participating Nonprofit always has the right to not be associated with a listing. If your designated Participating Nonprofit makes such a request, your eBay for Charity listing will be cancelled and the insertion fee (if applicable) credited back to your account.
- PayPal Giving Fund is a Donor Advised Fund recognized by the IRS as a 501c(3) public charity, which has exclusive legal control over each donation under its terms of service.