Keep track of your selling performance on the CBT Seller Dashboard.
Starting from August 25th 2019, sellers will be evaluated on the number of transactions with delivery-related issues. Sellers who do not comply or consistently fall short of expectations may have their selling limits reduced or account(s) restricted.
As a seller, shipping your items in a timely and reliable manner is crucial to provide buyers with a great shipping experience. Most of the time when something goes wrong, it is due to delays, inaccuracies, or lack of visibility related to the delivery of an item. You’re expected to follow these best practices:
eBay will evaluate the rate of transactions with delivery-related issues for items shipped from Southeast Asia or Greater China, defined as the percentage of transactions where a buyer:
Filed an Item Not Received (INR) case
Escalated an Item Not Received (INR) case
Past 12 weeks from evaluation date. Please refer below as an example:
Transactions that meet the requirements below will be excluded from evaluation:
SpeedPak Service (for items shipped from China)
For sellers who ship their items from China, transactions adopting SpeedPak are protected as long as the following criteria are met:
We also strongly encourage sellers to use one of the integrated services on our SEAPaSS shipping platform, as well as the recommended shipping services below.
Consequences for non-compliant account (s)
Your account’s performance will be compared against other sellers within an evaluation cycle. Sellers with consistently high Unsatisfactory Delivery Rate relative to their peers may be subjected to various actions (such as selling limit reduction or account restriction).
If a delivery-related claim against a seller is found to be invalid, the claim will not be counted towards performance and the feedback (if any) will be hidden.
To provide sellers time to comply with the new policy, eBay will start implementing the above evaluation criteria on November 20th 2019 and the first evaluation window will cover transactions from August 25th 2019 – November 16th 2019. Sellers who do not comply after warning may have their selling limits reduced or account(s) restricted.
You can visit your Seller Dashboard to find out more details. The details for your performance will be refreshed every Wednesday.
We appreciate your effort in ensuring that the acceptance scan was recorded within your handling time and will take your efforts into account when evaluating your account for non-compliance. That being said, we would strongly encourage our sellers to use our CPaSS shipping platform or any of our recommended shipping services to reduce these types of issues.
Please do ensure that your A-Scan is uploaded and validated within the specified handling time. Otherwise, it will be considered as a transaction in which tracking was not uploaded on time.
Yes. If you have evidence to support that eBay’s evaluation was applied incorrectly, you may contact Customer Support to submit an appeal (please refer to the following question regarding the appeal process).
In order to be eligible for an appeal, sellers must provide evidence to support the claim. For example: If the delivery delay is due to customs hold, kindly provide the official supporting documents when you appeal.
Visit the CBT dashboard to keep track of your selling performance.