Increase Your Selling Limits
Here’s how you can level up on eBay
Feeling like a superhero after a stretch of successful eBay sales?
But all of a sudden… selling limits? You’re unable to put up new listings. Your Good-till-cancelled listings end automatically. What are these invisible forces holding you back? Here’s how you can easily increase your selling limit and boost your sales!
But hold on…. What are Selling Limits?
All sellers, new or experienced, have a selling limit on their account. It is how we check in with you to see whether you are managing your sales, whether your business is growing and whether you’re sustaining growth at a healthy rate. It is also how we maintain a secured marketplace where buyers feel safe making purchases. New sellers that have never requested a selling limit increase will have a default limit of 10 items and USD$500.
How do I increase my selling limits?
Effective September 2019, you will need to reach out directly to your local customer service team via email or phone* on the customer service platform to request for a Selling Limit increase.
Go to: ebay.com.sg > Help & Contact > Contact Us > Select: Selling > Selling Problems > Increase Your Selling Limit > Email Us or Call Us*
*Phone call is only eligible for Singapore sellers
First selling limit increase: Once you have emailed eBay, our customer service agent will contact you by phone to ask you several questions for verification purposes. You will receive your first selling limit increase once you are verified.
Subsequent selling limit increase: Take note! You are only allowed to apply for the next selling limit increase every 30 days. To apply for a subsequent Selling Limit increase, your performance and account activity will be reviewed by eBay. If you are eligible, our customer service agent will contact you by phone to ask you several questions for verification purposes. You will then receive the selling limit increase once you are verified
Via Phone (applicable for Singapore sellers only)
First selling limit increase: For Singapore sellers, once you have contacted our customer service agent over the phone, several questions will be asked for verification purposes. Once verified, you will receive your first selling limit increase.
Subsequent selling limit increase: During the call, our customer service agent will check if your selling limit increase was requested in the last 30-days as well as review your performance and account activity. Verification questions will be asked if you are eligible. Once verified, you will receive the selling limit increase.