On the eBay auction Web site, a Dutch auction is a type of online auction selling format a seller might use if he or she is listing multiple identical items for sale. In a Dutch auction, buyers specify the quantity of the items they would like to purchase and the amount they are willing to pay for each one. Winning bids are determined by multiplying the bid price by the number of items bid on. Also called multiple item auction.
- eBay Final Value Fee
On the eBay auction Web site, the Final Value Fee, abbreviated as FVF, is the amount of money eBay charges the seller when an item sells. The Final Value Fee is based on the final selling price of an item at the close of the listing. Final Value Fees are not charged when an item […]
- eBay Fixed Price
On the eBay auction Web site, Fixed Price is a type of online auction selling format a seller would use if he or she wants to sell items at a set price on the auction Web site. There are no bids placed on a Fixed Price style listing, as the price remains constant. Buyers will […]
- eBay Fixed Shipping Limits
On the eBay auction Web site, the Fixed Shipping Limits is a policy announced by eBay in August 2008. Fixed Shipping Limits is a set dollar amount that limits shipping and handling charges for the first flat-rate shipping service within or into the U.S. on items in the Media category, including books, DVDs & movies, […]
- eBay Gallery picture
On the eBay auction Web site, the Gallery picture is a small thumbnail picture (at a standard size of 96 pixels) of the listed item that appears next to the item in eBay search results. Gallery is included automatically for listings that provide a picture. Gallery Plus is also an optional eBay listing feature that […]
- eBay Insertion Fee
On the eBay auction Web site, an Insertion Fee is the amount of money eBay charges to the seller for listing an item for sale. Insertion Fees vary depending on the starting price of the item and the category the seller chooses to list in. Insertion Fees are nonrefundable.