Moneybookers eBay

In this section you will find if eBay sellers can request payment through Moneybookers. Do Moneybookers and eBay work together?

On February 2009 Moneybookers announced its integration on eBay.com as an official payment provider. The change is part of eBay’s efforts towards making its own online checkout process a more consistent and secure experience, providing a better choice to its sellers and buyers. A system like Moneybookers directly integrated on eBay.com will allow for a more efficient and reliable service, increasing the safety of both buyers and sellers in every single transaction as well as ensuring the best possible conversion rates during the checkout process. You can read the press release on PrNewswire.

The official eBay website states this about the payment methods:

The sellers may offer to accept the following payment methods at eBay:

  • PayPal (all sellers must offer PayPal in their listings)
  • Credit cards (including MasterCard, Visa, Amex), debit cards, and bank electronic payments
  • Bank-to-bank transfers, often known as bank wire transfers or bank cash transfers
  • Cash for in-person transactions

Here can read the full eBay accepted payment policy.

But there are some people who say that Moneybookers is accepted at eBay

We can find some examples Of accepted payment methods at eBay:

Payment Services permitted on eBay: Allpay.net, Bidpay, cash2india, CertaPay, Checkfree.com, hyperwallet.com, Moneybookers.com, Nochex.com, Ozpay.biz, Paymate.com.au, Propay.com, XOOM

– > You can read this in the full article on How to sell on eBay without Paypal.

– > Here you can see some official emails from eBay answering about Moneybookers:

Thank you for writing to us. I would be happy to assist you with your question concerning Moneybookers. I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. Sometimes due to high spike in the number of emails, we are unable to respond in a timely manner! I truly apologise for the previous miscommunication. I would like to inform you that payment method is decided between the buyer and the seller. Moneybookers is not banned. However, eBay only recommends PayPal.

Read more about what the eBay users say and what e-mails they recieved from the e-bay support here on the eBay Forums.

– > And the last thing you should read is this: …eBay is talking with the other electronic payment providers currently in the Accepted Payments Policy, and working with them to integrate them into eBay checkout in 2009. And for the rest of the year, if you mention them in your item description, you’re OK. .

You can read the full discussion in this forum

The best way to find out is to test it

To do this, oppen the official site by clicking here Moneybookers account (the browser will open in a new window). Jump back to the following sections:

– > Go back to the Moneybookers section of the site.

– > Learn more about the other ways we can pay online, read about how Paypal manages our funds online.
– > Find out the other means to pay online.