eBay - track order status
Keep track of eBay parcels and shipments with our free service! All you need to do to track your parcel, is to enter the tracking number, and then the service will keep track of your parcel’s location in real time.
How do I track my eBay parcel with 100Parcels.com?
- Find out the tracking number of your parcel;
- Enter the tracking number of your parcel in the field at the top of the page;
- Wait until the service checks the parcel data, it will not take long;
- View the search results and share them with your friends via social networking;
- If you enter your email address, we can notify you automatically of changes to the status of your parcel.
eBay’s tracking numbers
The format of eBay tracking numbers change depending on the shipping company your seller uses to ship your goods. That tracking number of products that are shipped through the Global Shipping Program usually begin with UPAA or UPBE.
Example Global Shipping Program tracking numbers include UPAAB000000234225695 and UPBEE00162A512C5AE13.
wnDirect is a part of the Global Shipping Program, and it is a service that transports packages internationally. wnDirect is a European logistics company, and it delivers goods from online stores.
An example tracking number for packages shipped through wnDirect is LPKEN000000278145868. wnDirect tracking numbers can also begin with WNU or LPDER.
Packages shipped through SpeedPak have tracking numbers that start with EE or ES, and China Post and ePacket packages have tracking numbers that end with CN.
Example tracking numbers for packages coming from China include LW257802923CN, ID18010717523961CN, and UG041119000CN. Winit logistics company is a popular carrier for eBay shippers in China.
Zinc Logistics (ZN Logic) is a delivery method that is sometimes used to ship goods from eBay to the United States and the United Kingdom. An example ZN Logic tracking number is ZPYAA0041150365YQ.
eBay in US, UK, Canada, Australia, Italy, Germany, Spain, France, etc.
eBay is a global online marketplace that connects buyers from all over the world with sellers of new, used, rare, or out-of-print items in every category imaginable. To buy items internationally by using eBay, it's necessary to first create an account on eBay. Secondly, you have to specify your country's location before bidding or buying any item as without specifying this information no parcels can be delivered at a home address unless they are shipped via FedEx; which charges additional fees for international shipping services. Thirdly choose a delivery service from "International Shipping Options" when listing item description starting at $12.99 for US destinations and then you can set your country.
If buying goods from abroad make sure they come with all necessary customs documents which should be supplied by the seller before shipment; otherwise, authorities may confiscate the parcel and destroy it.
When buying items through eBay it's probably better to choose FedEx as a courier company for international shipping services since UPS charges.
Which couriers ship from eBay?
The courier that will be used to deliver your package depends on the weight of the product and where it is being sent. If you're shipping outside of the US or Canada, then will use DHL Express International for expedited delivery. For shipments within North America, UPS Ground service can typically deliver packages in a few business days (excluding weekends).
So, if the courier is DHL Express International for expedited delivery and UPS Ground service can typically deliver packages in a few business days (excluding weekends) but what about all other couriers? The answer to that question would be either USPS Priority Mail or FedEx Home Delivery.
What are eBay shipping methods?
eBay offers a variety of shipping methods that buyers can choose from, including USPS Priority Mail Express International and Global Shipping Program.
The eBay global shipping program allows you to ship an item internationally with discounted rates compared to other carriers like UPS or FedEx. All packages are sent through eBay’s fulfillment centers located in various countries around the world before reaching their final destination. Tracking numbers will be provided for every package shipped on this service so buyers know where their items are at all times. Buyers should note that there may be delays when using international services due to customs clearance requirements and local holidays which could affect delivery date estimates given by sellers during checkout (shipping speeds vary depending on the country). For this reason, it is important to note that the buyer has two separate transaction windows for eBay Global Shipping Program purchases: one for domestic and another for international.
What is UPBE/UPAAB/UPAAC tracking?
UPBE tracking is a service provided by the United Postal Service.
This is an option for people who want to know where their package will be in transit and when it’s expected to reach its final destination (i.e., delivery). The information can be accessed via email alerts or text messages (although this may incur additional fees depending on how you subscribe). You can also use UPBE Tracking through the USPS website, which has limited features but does provide some useful data such as the number of packages being tracked at a given time.
A key feature that distinguishes UPBE from other types of international shipping services offered by companies like FedEx or UPS is the ability to track shipments throughout all stages of delivery - not just once they have reached.
NOTE: All eBay packages that were shipped via UPS or FedEx do NOT support UPBE Tracking since those carriers don't offer such services - please contact your seller about other ways they might provide shipment updates.
What is UPAAB tracking?
The UPAAB (Universal Postal Union) is a tracking system that provides customers with information on the status of their items as they are processed and delivered by postal services. It’s not usually used for packages being shipped outside of Europe or coming from Australia, but it does offer real-time updates when sending an item internationally to U.K., Ireland, France, Belgium, Switzerland, or Spain.
What is UPAAC Tracking?
UPAAC stands for Universal Package Acknowledgement Code which can be sent via SMS text message after you have successfully submitted your shipment details to let you know that your package have received them safely so far - at least until this point in time! You can also request a UPAAC code via email to get an acknowledgment, but it may take up to 24 hours.
What is MPN on eBay?
MPN stands for Manufacturer Part Number. This number is typically found on the bottom of a product’s packaging and corresponds to the manufacturer of that item. It may also be referred to as UPC, or even EAN depending on where you are in the world (United States, Europe). The MPN can provide valuable information about an item including colors available, countries it ships to and from, size variations like weight or height restrictions; etc.
The eBay seller has chosen not to publish their MPN online which means buyers cannot find this information unless they contact them directly with specific questions regarding their items before purchase.
What kind of delivery methods can you choose on eBay?
You can choose from many different shipping methods on eBay. The most common is standard, which means USPS will deliver your package to the nearest post office for you, and then it's up to them how they get it delivered at that point. There are also other options like Priority Mail Express (USPS), FedEx Home Delivery, UPS Ground, and more.
Who delivers eBay in the USA?
eBay deliveries are delivered by USPS. The delivery process begins with the buyer's notification of shipment via email, which triggers an automated tracking number from eBay to be sent to them in another e-mail. Buyers have the option of selecting "signature confirmation" during checkout for $0. If a package is being shipped outside the US (such as Canada), buyers should check their country’s customs regulations before agreeing to accept a package without signature confirmation or insurance.
Who delivers eBay in the Germany?
eBay is a marketplace for online auctions. You can buy or sell just about anything on eBay, and the site has over 143 million active buyers worldwide who bought billions of dollars worth of goods in 2018. If you're an international buyer using the German version of eBay (eBay Deutschland), your packages will be delivered to your doorstep by Deutsche Post AG's DHL service with a tracking number that begins with "DP." You can track DHL packages online via the DHL website.
Who delivers eBay in the Australia?
The Australian postal system offers service delivery and track & trace via the Auspost website for eBay's parcels.
Courier services like FedEx, UPS, and DHL also offer to deliver and tracking through their websites at most stages of your shipment's journey including getting an email and text update when your package is picked up, delivered, or scanned at a sorting facility.
Who delivers eBay in the United Kingdom?
If you’ve ordered items from eBay and are wondering who will deliver your order, the answer is Royal Mail.
What is the eBay Global Shipping Program (GSP)?
The eBay Global Shipping Program (GSP) is a shipping program that allows sellers to ship their items internationally using the USPS. This can be especially beneficial for small businesses and individuals who are looking to make an extra profit from international buyers with whom they have already established trust via eBay's feedback system.
Under GSP, your package will be delivered by one of the following:
- USPS Priority Mail International Service - The service level includes delivery in approximately two weeks or less after the shipment date; however, it does not include tracking information nor insurance coverage (available only on packages weighing no more than four pounds);
- USPS First-Class Package International Service - You receive an approximate three-week delivery time frame but without any additional services including tracking information, insurance coverage, or delivery confirmation (available only on packages weighing no more than one pound).
To see if GSP is available for your region, please visit eBay website.
How much does it cost to ship with eBay?
eBay charges a commission fee on the final price of an item when it is sold. The shipping cost varies depending on what kind of service you select, but some options will leave your seller's account balance unchanged after selling an item. For example, if you create a listing with eBay’s "free package pickup" and then choose to have the buyer pick up their purchase from one of over 600 Pickup Points, no additional costs would be incurred by either party for this transaction.
This is a great option for sellers who are selling items that have low weight or size restrictions, like books. It’s also good for larger items in cases where the buyer lives close to one of our pickup points and prefers not to risk damage by transporting an item themselves. These services usually collect from anywhere within a 30km radius so long as there's no height restriction on your package (eBay specifies that packages should be no taller than 120cm).
How do I get free shipping on eBay?
- Use a shipping service such as ShipStation to get free shipping on eBay orders.
- Utilize USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate boxes and envelopes for all your shipments, which includes tracking at no additional cost.
- Consider using USPS First Class Parcel Post when you need fast delivery time but can't afford the higher costs of expedited services such as UPS Ground or FedEx Home Delivery.
Who pays shipping on eBay?
eBay is a marketplace for listing and selling goods where sellers are responsible for the shipping of their items. Sellers can charge different amounts depending on which type of shipment they choose to use (USPS First Class Mail, USPS Priority Shipping). They may also offer free shipping with certain combinations or spend requirements. If you have questions about your eBay purchase before it ships out, contact the seller who shipped it directly.
How to combine shipping on eBay?
eBay offers a simple way to combine shipping for different items. Simply add all the items you wish to ship and then enter your zip code in the Shipping Calculator box at checkout. You will be prompted with a list of rates from various carriers, which include USPS (USPS is free!), UPS Ground, FedEx Ground Saver, DHL Express Worldwide, etc., so that you may compare their prices and choose one carrier among them as you like. The best thing about this service is that it's completely free!
Another way to combine shipping on eBay is by using your carrier's website. Some carriers provide discounts for multiple items when they are shipped at once, and you can access these deals if you're a registered customer of that particular shipping service.
eBay provides ample options to combine international packages without any additional costs! You don't have to worry about the high prices charged by overseas couriers. Simply go ahead with buying those luxury Chanel handbags or Rolex watches as much as possible because eBay will make sure your orders are combined internationally so that there won't be any hidden fees awaiting you on delivery day.
How to reprint a shipping label on eBay?
If you need to reprint a shipping label, it’s time-consuming because the process is different for each carrier. And if your purchase involved multiple packages being shipped with one tracking number and label, then you have to repeat this work for each package that needs its own new shipment address or other changes.
How much does eBay take?
eBay sellers pay a final value fee. The more you sell, the less it costs to list your items. This includes $0 for auction-style listings and variables fees based on what type of fixed price listing you choose. eBay also collects an insertion fee when you list your item with them which ranges from 50¢ - $20 depending on how much information is in the listing or if there are any pictures included with the listing.
Some sellers may also have to pay eBay Store fees on top of the insertion fee. However, this is an additional service, and costs will vary based on what you are listing or selling. Your final cost for shipping your items with a seller's own carrier account varies depending on weight, distance from the shipper, insurance coverage desired as well as any other services that might be required by the customer such as signature confirmation or delivery confirmation number (DCN).
Fees can range anywhere from $0 - $45+ per package if shipped via USPS Priority Mail but could go up to more than double when using FedEx SmartPost because they do not offer any type of priority mail service. eBay doesn't charge anything for buyers who contact merchants.
How to cancel the eBay order?
You can cancel eBay orders by contacting the seller and asking them to cancel them for you. If this is unsuccessful, contact eBay Customer Services or your credit card company to request a refund if you paid with one of those methods.
How to return an eBay package?
It's easy to return an eBay package! To be eligible for a refund or exchange, the product must have been purchased through eBay and shipped from one of our warehouses in the U.S., Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, or the United Kingdom. Paypal is not accepted as payment by eBay when returning an item. You'll need to contact them directly if you used another form of payment (more information can be found on their website).
To start your Return Request: Log into your account and select "Return Item(s)". Select the relevant order with Find & Filter tools until it appears in the dropdown menu below where it says “Select Order”.
Select “Return Item for Refund or Exchange,” then follow the steps to complete your Return Request by choosing a reason and specifying what you want to be done with the item(s) in question. If any of these fields are left blank, we will automatically initiate an "Exchange" request, which means that we'll send out another product from our warehouse as soon as it becomes available (you won't be refunded).
You can also choose whether to have return the package at no cost on behalf of eBay using either:
- USPS Priority Mail® Ground Service ($11.00 fee applies),
- FedEx Home Delivery® Express Saver ($25.00 fee applies),
- DHL Worldwide Express Package Services™
- Freight (available worldwide; $50.00 fee applies),
- DHL Worldwide Express Standard Package Service® - Freight ($40.00 fee applies)
- or Canada Post Expedited Parcel™ Priority International Shipping (US$25.00).
After you submit your request, a Return Merchandise Authorization number will be emailed to the email address on file for that account within 24 hours.
What if the item doesn’t arrive?
If the item doesn’t arrive, eBay will provide a refund or resend your order. If you paid for insurance coverage and the package was lost in transit, eBay can file an insurance claim on your behalf to recoup any losses incurred by paying insurance premiums.
eBay was founded in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar, and it is the world's largest online marketplace. eBay has more than 150 million registered users across 190 countries. There are over a billion listings on eBay at any given time with one of every five new product searches starting on eBay. It doesn't matter what you're looking for or where you live because there will always be an item that suits your needs only a few clicks away! Whether you desire to search through vast inventories of brand-name goods from sellers around the world; trade with other collectors to get hard-to-find items or sell unwanted gifts while saving money!
The company offers its services in many languages including English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
In November 1998 eBay became a publicly-traded company on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol EBAY.
In 2000 eBay had a total of 30 million users and was the dominant e-commerce site. By 2005 it had 175 million active members, more than ten times as many in 2003. In 2004 eBay's shares grew five-fold due to an increase in non-traditional retail (i.e., online). This period marked the start of a major competition between eBay and its rivals Amazon (1995) and Yahoo! Shopping (1999), which also offer consumer goods at discounted prices. The growth that year led to some questioning whether this event would lead to significant structural changes for both auction sites and other types of commerce through the Internet.
eBay has a long and rich history which begins in 1995. September 1995 is when eBay’s founder, Pierre Omidyar, created AuctionWeb. AuctionWeb was a website that was designed for bringing together sellers and buyers in a “honest and open marketplace.
The first item bought on AuctionWeb was a broken laser pointer. The laser pointer was listed on the website by its founder Pierre, and a Canadian named Mark Fraser was the person who bought it.
In June 1996, Pierre Omidyar hired his first employee, Chris Agarpao, and one month later Jeff Skoll was brought on as president of the company.
The first office space for the growing company was bought in October 1996, and it was located in San Jose, California, at 1025 Hamilton Avenue Suite #250. Today, this building is known as the Music building (Building 6) on the eBay company campus.
In 1997, less than two years after its creation, AuctionWeb sells its one millionth item: a Sesame Street Big Bird jack-in-the-box toy. And in September of the same year, AuctionWeb was renamed and eBay was officially born.
In February 1998, Meg Mitman joined eBay as its president and CEO (chief executive officer). May 1998 saw the release of “My eBay” which allowed for buyers and sellers to customize their eBay experience.
In July of the same year, eBay acquired its first company: Jump Inc., and this acquisition brought along with it the person-to-person online trading site, Up4Sale.
eBay went public in September 1998, and the eBay Foundation became the first foundation to be endowed with pre-IPO (Initial Public Offering) stock in December of that year.
By July 1999, eBay was already making moves to expand to other countries. That month, eBay launched websites in Germany, Australia, and the United Kingdom.
June 2000, ebay University was opened, and in July 2000 eBay announced it bought Half.com. In November 2000, eBay began to let buyers buy items at a fixed-price. This feature was called "Buy it Now,” and it is still available today.
June 2001 saw the launch of eBay stores which allowed for people to create their own customized businesses in the eBay marketplace. A little more than one year later in July 2002, eBay acquired PayPal and maintained control of it for 13 years until it was turned into an independent company in July 2015.
In October 2005, eBay acquired Skype, and in June 2008, eBay became one of the first companies to launch an iPhone app. Today that app is available for Android and other operating systems.
In August 2012, the Global Shipping program was launched, and in June 2017, eBay announced their Price Match Guarantee.
Currently, eBay continues to thrive and expand its operations. To date, it has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to charity, and eBay continues to support initiatives that strive to include more women in business.
A breakdown of eBay’s market share
Though eBay was one of the pioneers of the eCommerce market, it now only holds 0.8 percent of it. This is because after eBay bought PayPal in 2002, PayPal became the more important business and eBay’s marketplace was neglected and mismanaged.
As eBay’s marketplace was being neglected, competitor marketplaces began to grow stronger, and eBay could not keep up. eBay is currently working on increasing its share in the market and securing its place in eCommerce.
eBay’s company size
eBay has approximately 14,000 employees. The current chief executive officer is Devin Wenig.
eBay currently has 23 international websites. The 23 countries with international sites are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines. Poland, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan. Thailand, The United Kingdom,The United States, and Vietnam.
Australia is one of the top international markets for eBay. Many of its Australian consumers prefer buying from sellers in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Another international market for eBay is Austria. Austria has a well-developed infrastructure that makes it is very easy to deliver to. Delivery times to Austrian consumers can be flexible.
Belgium is one of the best European eBay markets. 68 percent of Belgium consumers shop online internationally.
Canada’s eCommerce market is worth nearly $18 billion, and it has one of the biggest consumer bases for eBay sellers. Clothing, books, housing goods, and electronics are the most popular products bought by Canadian consumers.
China is the largest eCommerce market in the world making it on of eBay’s most important foreign markets. China’s eCommerce market is worth $750 billion. Cosmetics and baby products are most commonly purchased by Chinese consumers online.
One of eBay’s 23 international sites is dedicated to ts French consumers. French consumers value having multiple delivery options and local-language listings.
The most common products bought online by French consumers are technical products, cultural products, clothing, and toys. Games are also a popular product choice for French consumers.
The German eBay market is very lucrative. The most popular items bought by Germans are clothing, books, electronics, sporting goods, cosmetics, and homeware.
Ireland has the highest percentage of international shoppers. 81 percent of its consumers bought products from foreign countries in 2017. The Irish market most commonly buys fashion and health and beauty products.
The Italian eBay market most commonly buys clothes, shoes and accessories, as well as home and garden products and electronics.
In Hong Kong, shopping in stores is still the most common way to shop, but online eCommerce is on the rise. Hong Kong online shoppers typically buy fashion, books, electronics, wellness goods, and food and beverage.
Malaysia has a strong demand for broader product selection. This makes it a great international market for eBay. 40 percent of all Malaysian eCommerce is international.
The Netherlands is a great market for eBay. 37 percent of Dutch consumers shop internationally.
The eCommerce market in the Philippines has been to rise, but it is growing. The Philippines eCommerce market is expected to be worth $19 billion by 2025.
Poland was Europe’s fastest-growing eCommerce market in 2016, and the most common products bought online by Polish consumers are clothing, footwear, car accessories, and home furniture.
Singapore has an eCommerce market value of $3.3 billion. 55 percent of the Singapore population shop from international retailers. Fashion, media, electronics, and food and beverages are the most common products bought by Singaporeans.
Spain has an eCommerce market value of more than $18 billion. Electronics are the most popular products bought on the Spanish eBay site.
Switzerland has three official languages which can make selling products to this country online difficult. Clothing and footwear are the most common products bought by Swiss consumers. Swiss consumers who shop internationally usually buy from the United Kingdom.
Taiwan and Thailand both have large markets for eCommerce. However, Thailand has some barriers to international eCommerce including customs duties and taxes. These barriers lead to long and expensive shipping.
The United Kingdom and the United States are two of the largest eCommerce markets in the world. This makes their sites two of the most active for eBay.
Vietnam is expected to become a global powerhouse in the eCommerce market. 16 Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) were signed into law in 2016 to make international trade in the country easier. More than 45 percent of Vietnamese consumers shop internationally.
Aside from these 23 countries with their own sites, eBay also currently serves consumers in more than 120 countries.
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