I encountered the exact same problem a few minutes ago and was able to resolve it by putting a space in the section for Street Number. I then clicked next and got a message indicating that the limit on my account had been lifted. I hope this works for anyone else with a UK account who finds themselves faced with this problem. Kind regards.
I'll take no heed of your sarcasm. I have been a successful seller for the past 8 years and haven't had any problems until recently and if eBay approves of somebody with your intellect speaking on their behalf - then that says it all!
You would need to ask customer services to look at your account to see if there are any issues, sounds like paypal gremlins are at work
Click on the words "Contact" at the bottom of your paypal account summary page and use the phone option (if there is one in the country you are in) > click on the "call us" option on the left (fees "may" apply so check the cost with your phone tariff first, as you sometimes have to wait a while to connect).
When you get through don't select any options just hang on till you get transfered to an agent or say the word "agent".
Hi luckily i am still about but i don't work for paypal, I am just an ebay seller that has ''hovered'' about on here for a few years.
If you are not going to be using paypal postage and taking it to the post office instead then of course you can ask for it to be sent trackable and that tracking number should be on the receipt. You can then click on the transaction and then click on the ''add tracking number'' on the details page.
A buyer cannot cancel a completed payment BUT they can file a dispute for non receipt of item (but as long as your tracking number shows its delivered then you should be ok on that one) OR item received but not as described..........if paypal find in favour of the buyer on that one then you may have to accept the item back and refund.
You should really read up on ''seller protection'' as no transactions are 100% guaranteed on not going wrong, you need to read up on it and then risk assess your transactions. Paypal and us on this forum can only give advice, the rest is up to you.
You can read up on seller protection by clicking on legal bottom of this page > user agreement > seller protection.
Just remember as well there are lots of SCAMS on paypal so also be aware >>
Paypal NEVER tell you to send trackable, they advise it for seller protection etc but it is not compulsory.
Paypal NEVER tell you to send an item before the payment is showing in your paypal account.
Paypal NEVER expect you to use a rival money transfer service if a buyer tries to say you have to pay a courier that way.
Oh and ''personally'' I would NEVER sell a high cost item using paypal. I would sell cash on collection only or use bank transfer
Because not all sellers keep funds in their paypal balance.
So if they had to ''add'' funds to that balance it would take the same time to process through from their bank account as it would to process through to you for your refund.