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You can only be registered in the country you are in, and you deal with the tax implications of that country (and MP, bank account, and all that). You can log into any eBay site (most of them anyway) and LIST your item. As long as you provide shipping to the country you are listing in, you are good to go. I'm in Canada and everything I do is on the US site, ...


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No, they don't go back and forth like that. When Harry's bid comes in, his maximum ($20) is simply compared to the current leader's maximum ($15) in one operation, without regard to where the current price is. Assuming no other snipes at the end, Harry wins at $15.50, (Bidding increments in that price range are in 50¢ steps.) Hmmm. I wonder why the OP has ...


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VAT is usually for the UK and EU, not the US, so not sure if you are asking about the same thing. If you want your business name to appear on any item you buy, simply add it to the shipping address when you go to checkout in Paypal Just be aware that having a 'business' account with eBay, does not mean you are legitimised as a business in whatever country ...


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Try 999077 this is the internal code for Hong Kong once your package reaches mainland China, half of my HK customers do not use zipcodes........I have been shipping there for many years international shipping is a problem with HK because of the formatting issue pitney bowes is the one that rejects the shipping label.they shoud be in charge of ebays ...


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Unfortunately I don't think this is something you can avoid, as eBay has changed their payment services for sellers from PayPal to another (I believe their own) service. Unless they've made another recent policy change, you have to now connect a bank account if you are a seller to receive payments. Buyers (I believe) can still use PayPal. The only "...


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