From today, Flipkart are beginning the eBay India shut down with the removal of low value and high value listings as previously announced. Sellers are already unable to create new listings on the site.
eBay India shut down – listing restrictions
Sellers on eBay India have been requested to remove listings where the price is less than INR 250/- or greater than INR 8,000/- (roughly less than £3 or greater than £90) but if any listings with prices outside these ranges remain on the site then eBay will end the listings items from today.
- If sellers have sold any quantity of such items prior to ending the listings of such items, the same will be accessible to buyers and sellers even after delisting of these listings.
- Sellers should fulfil any pending orders pertaining to such items to their buyers.
- After ending such listings, sellers may access the listings of their unsold items in their My eBay -> Unsold section.
- There is no impact on the items whose listing price is INR 250/- or above and less than or equal to INR 8,000/-. Seller can continue selling such items on www.ebay.in till August 13, 2018.
eBay India shut down – final sales
From Tuesday next week, the 14th of August, users will no longer be able to transact on eBay India. Sellers are requested to fulfil all orders placed on eBay.in through August 13, 2018. Per applicable eBay.in Rules and Policies:
- Payments for all eligible transactions will be settled according to the applicable timelines.
- All eligible buyers claims or seller protection claims will be reviewed.
- Settlement of sellers’s accounts will occur in September 2018, timelines will be published shortly for the final eBay India shut down dates when the site will no longer be accessible.
Closing your eBay India Store
Sellers should unsubscribe from any eBay store subscriptions before August 14, 2018 in order to avoid monthly billing to their account.