Quite agree with Dave. I sell parts of vintage cars that I have accumulated in more than 40 years of possession of vintage cars. Most of my fixed-price offers sell out within a few days of listing. If CGV offers are not put back at the top of the offer, if they are renewed, they will probably never be seen or sold. When I look for parts for my own cars, which I do every day, I only look at items that have been listed since the last time, and I might assume that this is what most buyers of classic parts do. Unless ebay changes the way to show renewed sales offers, then I`ll list more auction items or my fixed-price offers a few days before renewing them and then just a few of them, where there were several observers. In accordance with the eBay team`s communication, you browse a new 2.0 payment user agreement, and that these warnings will be displayed until you sign the REVISED agreement. If you go to useragreement.ebay.com/usragmt/agreement/PAYMENTS2_0_USER_AGREEMENT, you should be able to view and sign. Why do we receive the user warning on Ebay when we list on eBay? The list updates are going well, but this warning seems to be confusing. Our updated usage agreement will come into effect on May 30, 2019 for all users. The updated usage agreement will be available from today, April 30, 2019, eBay.com. .
From July 1, 2019, eBay is migrating all existing cancelled Good `Til offers to the new calendar, meaning that no seller will be charged double with Good `Til cancelled offers in a month from that date. . “From July 1, 2019, your fixed-price offers will be automatically renewed once a calendar month, until the quantities are depleted or until you cancel the offer. The exact day of the extension month depends on the start date of the first offer” – eBay user agreement 4 / Finally, the infinite range of sales speed is also important for the eBay strategy for sponsored offers. As few boasted in the Q1 profit call: Thus, all fixed-price offers generate sales for eBay at any time (without days or weeks that are not active when bids are idle and do not generate revenue for eBay). With infinitely aging CGS, eBay`s “slow sales” sellers claims is sure to “attempt helped offers” (anecdotally, there are already many cases of sellers who report this when they talk with eBay employees). eBay updated its user agreement to reflect the change in CGVs for fixed-price list renewals, which was cancelled on July 1.