Avoiding eBay fees by hiking up shipping fees?

Raef LaFrentz

Formerly 'ajcollector9290'
Joined Feb 16, 2005
If I sell a pair of shoes, for let's say, $800, can I charge $0.99 for the shoes and $799.01 for shipping, in attempt to prevent eBay from charging their standard 8%? Not an avid eBay user, so chime in resellers. Got some dude hungry for a pair of Jordan IV's that I could do without, and he's offering $800. Trying to get the most out of it as possible.
Joined Feb 6, 2011
eBay just takes their % from the total amount the seller pays now so won't matter. Better off messaging the seller and telling them to pay directly through PayPal.
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Joined May 4, 2011
Paypal invoice is the way to go. Ebay will get their share anyway you sell it.
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