Type defining the BuyerRequirementDetails container, which allows the seller to set buyer requirements at the listing level. For the corresponding listing, all buyer requirement values/settings will overwrite values/settings in Buyer Requirements preferences in My eBay.
The seller uses this container as a mechanism to restrict the number of items (specifying a MaximumItemCount value) a prospective buyer can purchase from the seller during a 10-day period. The seller also has the option of setting a MinimumFeedbackScore requirement. If both fields of the MaximumItemRequirements container are set, the MaximumItemCount limit will only apply to those prospective buyers that don't equal or exceed the specified minimum Feedback Score.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MaximumItemRequirements.
The seller uses this container as a mechanism to block prospective buyers who have one or more Unpaid Item strikes on their account during a specified time period. A buyer receives an Unpaid Item strike if a seller files an Unpaid Item case against the buyer, and eBay rules in favor of the seller.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use MaximumUnpaidItemStrikesInfo.
The seller includes and sets this field to true as a mechanism to block bidders who reside (according to their eBay primary shipping address) in countries that are on the ship-to exclusion list. Sellers add countries or regions to their ship-to exclusion list by adding those countries or regions using one or more ExcludeShipToLocation fields in an Add/Revise/Relist call.
See the Field Index to learn which calls use ShipToRegistrationCountry.