Indicates whether the user as a seller by default allows buyers to edit the total cost of an item (while in checkout). (Sellers enable this property in their My eBay user preferences on the eBay site.)
See the Field Index to learn which calls use AllowPaymentEdit.
Contains information about the seller's charity affiliations detail. Returned if the user is affiliated with one or more charities. Seller must be registered with the eBay Giving Works provider to be affiliated with a charity non-profit organization.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CharityAffiliationDetails.
This flag indicates whether or not the seller's Checkout Enabled preference is turned on (at account level or at listing level). This preference is managed through Payment Preferences in My eBay. If this preference is enabled, a Pay Now button will appear in checkout flow pages and in the email notifications that are sent to buyers. This preferance is enabled by default if PayPal is one of the payment methods.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CheckoutEnabled.
If true, this flag indicates that the seller has stored bank account information on file with eBay. A seller must have stored bank account information on file with eBay in order to use 'CashOnPickup' as a payment method (known as 'Pay upon Pickup' on the site). This field is applicable to all eBay sites that support 'CashOnPickup' as a payment method.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use CIPBankAccountStored.
Indicates the sites on which a seller has a payment gateway account (and thus the sites on which the seller can use the IntegratedMerchantCreditCard payment method). Sellers use a payment gateway account to accept online credit cards.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use IntegratedMerchantCreditCardInfo.
Indicates whether the seller participates in the Merchandising Manager feature. If so, the seller can set up rules for cross-promoting items from the seller's store. If not, eBay cross-promotes items as the seller's items are being viewed or purchased.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MerchandizingPref.
Indicates the seller's PaisaPay and PaisapayEscrow registration status. India site only. 0 - Seller not registered 1 - Seller registered 2 - Seller registered but registration suspended 3 - Seller registered but outbound payment suspended
See the Field Index to learn which calls use PaisaPayStatus.
The list of the sites where a seller has agreed to the cross-border recoupment terms.
Sellers who engage in cross-border trade on sites that require a recoupment agreement, must agree to the recoupment terms before adding items to the site. This agreement allows eBay to reimburse a buyer during a dispute and then recoup the cost from the seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use RecoupmentPolicyConsent.
If true, the user is currently exempt from the requirement to offer at least one safe payment method (PayPal/PaisaPay or one of the credit cards specified in Item.PaymentMethods) when listing items. This value should only return true for sellers who registered before January 17, 2007. Otherwise, it should return false. This setting overrides both the site and category values for SafePaymentRequired.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SafePaymentExempt.
This container is returned to all DE and AT sellers and consists of details of the seller's account status regarding the new eBay payment process. This information includes the seller's payout preferences and whether or not the seller has accepted the supplemental user agreement for the new eBay payment process.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellereBayPaymentProcessConsent.
This enumeration value indicates the current status of a DE or AT seller's account related to the new eBay payment process.
'AcceptedUA' is returned if the DE or AT seller has accepted the supplemental user agreement for the new eBay payment process, but that same seller's account is not yet ramped up in the new eBay payment process.
'eBayPaymentProcessEnabled' is returned if the DE or AT seller has accepted the supplemental user agreement for the new eBay payment process, and that same seller's account is ramped up in the new eBay payment process.
'MustAcceptUA' is returned if the DE or AT seller has not accepted the supplemental user agreement for the new eBay payment process. If this is the case, the seller can find the URL to the supplemental user agreement in the SellereBayPaymentProcessConsent.UserAgreementInfo.UserAgreementURL field.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellereBayPaymentProcessStatus.
The user's eBay PowerSeller tier. Possible values are enumerated in the SellerLevelCodeType code list. SellerInfo.SellerLevel is no longer returned in the GetUser, GetBidderList, GetSellerList, GetItem, and GetItemTransactions responses for the US, DE/AT/CH, and UK/IE sites, for version 629 and later. If you are using a version older than 629, SellerInfo.SellerLevel will still be returned. Developers should note that SellerInfo.SellerLevel could potentially be removed from other sites as well.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use SellerLevel.
The URL for the seller's eBay Store. This field is only returned if the seller is a store owner. To determine if a seller is a Store owner, check for the User.SellerInfo.StoreOwner and a value of true. The eBay Stores domain that is returned in this field is based on the SITEID header that is passed in the request, and not on the user's registration address, as was the case prior to version 757. So, if the seller's registration county is the UK, but a SITEID value of 71 (France) is passed into the call, the eBay Stores domain that is returned would be stores.ebay.fr.
This boolean field indicates if the seller is certified as a Top Rated Seller. To qualify as a Top Rated Seller, a seller must meet the following requirements:
100 or more selling transactions in a one-year period
Shipment tracking information provided to the buyer within the specified handling time for at least 90 percent of their listings
This field is returned for the following sites only: US (EBAY-US), Motors (EBAY-MOTOR), AT (EBAY-AT), CH (EBAY-CH), DE (EBAY-DE), IE (EBAY-IE) and UK (EBAY-GB).
On the eBay US site, Top Rated Sellers are eligible to receive a Top Rated Plus seal for their listings. For a Top Rated Seller's listing to qualify as a Top Rated Plus listing, that listing must accept returns and the handling time must be set to one day (DispatchTimeMax=1). Top Rated Plus listings get increased visibility in fixed-price searches and receive a Final Value Fee discount.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use TopRatedSeller.