I have an issue with Google Spreadsheets. I export bulk address lists from my eBay orders into Google Spreadsheet to be able to export as a CSV file to my label printer software for printing. The issue I have is eBay adds in a random string of text which look like this ebay:jlxjpd5 in between the name and address of each order. I don't want this text there and I have been manually deleting it from every order for a long time. I have attached a photo for reference of how the addresses look. Whenever I copy paste the address from eBay to Google Spreadsheet it is always in the format shown in the picture.
I know how to remove the word eBay and replace it with an empty space but then the random string of letters still appears. Basically I need a formula or method to be able to remove the second string/line of text/numbers in all cells or to remove 12 characters from the second string/line of text within each cell. In the below example I need all "ebay:hly9yhg, ebay:blypnh1, ebay:bly5rds" removed from the entire spreadsheet. The string of text after the word "eBay:" is random and changes for each order and is always 7 characters (12 characters including word eBay and colon). I deal with large amount of orders so deleting the words take up a lot of my time. If someone has a solution it will save me so much time so any help would be appreciated.
Note: The names and addresses are not real and made up for the sake of this question, no personal info has been revealed.