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To delete your Ebay account follow the steps below. If your ebay ID is your email address, it is strongly suggested that you change it prior to closing your account.
Step #2: Click on your profile name on top right
Click on your profile name on top right
Step #3: Click account setting
Click account setting
Step #4: Click close my account
Click close my account
Step #5: Click close my account
Click close my account
Step #6: Click continue
Step #7: Select a reason why you are leaving
Select a reason why you are leaving
Step #8: Click continue
Step #9: Click yes, but I would still like to close my account under view possible solutions
Click yes, but I would still like to close my account under view possible solutions
Step #10: Click continue
Step #11: Confirm closure and then click continue
Confirm closure and then click continue
Step #12: This is the confirmation screen you see when your request for deletion has been sent
This is the confirmation screen you see when your request for deletion has been sent
When you submit a request to close your account, Ebay will send an email to your registered email address and to your eBay messages within 24 hours letting you know that they’ve received it. Generally, it takes 30 days to close an account from the date we receive a request.
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If you close your eBay account, you'll no longer be able to sell on the site or access My eBay. You'll also lose your feedback, as well as your purchase and sales history.
Ebay will not close your account if you have any unpaid fees, if your account balance is not zero, if you have unresolved suspensions, if you have restrictions and if you have any open bids.
If you change your mind during the time it takes to close your account, you can contact Ebay and ask to have it reopened. After the 30-day or 60-day period (depending on whether you've bought or sold in the past 30 days) your account will be permanently closed. If you'd like to use eBay again, you'll need to create a new account. However, you won’t be able to create a new one under the same ID or email address ever again.
Yes, but the process will be delayed. If you've bought or sold items in the 30 days prior to submitting your request, Ebay will keep your account open for 60 days from receiving your request so any outstanding sales or purchases can be completed, and so Ebay can meet their commitments to all buyers and sellers under the eBay Money Back Guarantee.