Duh!...of course you can.
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Ebay no longer uses PayPal to handle the financial transactions. They now do it in-house. They take many types of payment including Google Pay & PayPal. The procedure is called Managed Payments. When payment is made by the buyer, after they receive an invoice with shipping and state sales tax, the seller can buy a shipping label that is directly subtracted from the total, along with all eBay fees. The remainder will be deposited in your checking account in 3 days or less. You are required to have a checking account and the application form requires your Social Security number. The system works really well and includes The Seller Hub that tracks everything for you and is very intuitive.
Ebay sucks ass Royaly , there so greedy certain items you would be able to find Are not worth listing so you will never see them. I was an early power seller and towards the end I felt like a slave to eBay it’s at a point where they make all the money on the transaction and dont do nothing , it’s my stuff, it’s my labor , it’s my effort , I need more money to make it worth it for me . And that’s why I won’t sell on eBay anymore . Better off on offer up or craigslist dealing with the crazies .
I was just bumped into managed payments by eBay. I had no choice, but remarkably, after I was in managed payments the proceeds of one of my sales wound up in PayPal. As long as I get paid in the end, I suppose it works but clearly, funds were available to me quicker via PayPal than they are now via managed payments