eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982 Calls to our 0844 number cost only 5p per minute, plus your phone companies access charge.

eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982

Need a question answered regarding a purchase on eBay, or your eBay account? No problem at all – simply dial our eBay contact number: 0844 545 9982 in order to receive the assistance that you require from eBay.

Customer service is a big priority at eBay – they want buyers and sellers to have the best possible experience on the eBay website. To that end, if you have a question or query – no matter how small or insignificant, it’s a good idea to call the eBay customer support team on the above telephone number.

eBay is a great place to grab a bargain – there are millions of online auctions running on eBay’s website, as well as lots of fixed price “buy now” listings. On eBay you’ll find everything from rare coins to beauty products. There’s something for everyone on eBay making it one of the most popular shopping websites in the UK (and the world!).

eBay Contact Number ebay Customer Service Agents are available to accept your call from Mon – Fri 8am – 10pm
Sat & Sun 9am – 6pm


There are hundreds of reasons why people feel the need to touch base with eBay’s customer support team, including non-delivery of items and feedback related problems. The best thing to do is to pick up the phone and talk to eBay’s customer service representatives – they’re really helpful! It’s not just buyers that can benefit from making a quick call to eBay, sellers can too. If you’ve got a problem with a buyer – or a question about your item listings, calling eBay can be a productive thing to do. The support team will be able to clear up any questions you have in no time at all.

eBay Customer Service Number  0844 545 9982

Telephone Customer Service offer this number as a signposting service only which will contact you to ebay.co.uk but with whom we are in no way affiliated to. An alternative number can be found at said website. See Terms and Conditions

Be sure to contact eBay by telephone right now if you need assistance with anything related to their website. You can call our eBay contact now on: 0844 545 9982 – you’ll great straight through to the eBay customer support and customer care team.

Thu, Aug 17, 2017

At 11.53 today the sell similar function is not working.

Thu, Aug 17, 2017
I purchased an item which did not arrive. Tracking shows as "delivery attempted" even though I was in and no card left. Delivery office say they do not have it and do not know where it is. Royal Mail are just messing me around and say EBay should not have closed case as there is no proof of delivery. EBay say I need letter saying I have not received item. RM say it will take 2 weeks to send a letter saying they have lost the item by which time it will be too late to claim for non delivery as I've been messed about for weeks now.Seller not replying to messages. So RM have lost my parcel and it seems there is nothing I can do. That me finished with EBay after over 20 years. It's one big scam [...]
Thu, Aug 17, 2017
I recently changed to a business account which didn't really work out too well so now I don't sell online I only sell at craft shows. I read that you can't change back to a personal account yourself and have to contact ebay. How do I contact someone? I've tried every link but nothing takes me to being able to contact someone... Please help. [...]
Thu, Aug 17, 2017

With the introduction of the new rules banning all contact details from item descriptions

1. Have eBay considered sellers who list custom printed products?

2. Have eBay properly considered customers needs?

We sell signs & other products custom printed from artwork supplied by the buyer. If we remove all contact information from our listing we will not be able to provide an email address for artwork to be emailed to. As eBays "ask seller a question" does not support hi res file attachments this leaves NO WAY for our customers to get artwork to us & therefore no point in listing such items, a big loss to our business and a big loss to all our eBay buyers.

We know that our contact details MUST be provided in the seller info and terms & conditions but these are not obvious on the listings page and extremely difficult to find in the mobile app.

Although eBay maintain this is for the benifit of buyers (to stop communication outside of eBay) it goes against their own previous stance where they suggested it was good practice to provide buyers with contact information within listings. It also goes against most modern selling stratagies which openly encourage contact with buyers by telephone, email, social media etc.

Most importantly the first point on the governments distance selling regulations is:

Before an order is placed

You must provide:

your business name, contact details and address

I am sure the intention of this is so that customers can EASILY contact the seller prior to purchase, if required, not hidden 2 clicks from view as it is in eBays mobile app.

Maybe eBay might like to put CUSTOMER SERVICE before thier own PROFIT and not pretend that these new rules are for the customers or sellers benefit.


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