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Why am I charged twice???

Didn't they say that if you increase quantity you'll be charged for ONE item that is sold no matter how many you have listed??? Well, I'm charged for one that was sold and then another 20 cents for "multi - quantity". WTF. Should I go back to quantity ONE?????

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No, it automatically relists and charges for .20 for every additional item. You're charged for the multiple only if they sell.
you list 5 and are charged the inital .20 for one, when it sells it charges you another .20 to renew the next, and so on until you run out. The old way would have charged you a dollar up front to list five things, whether they sold or not.
Once you sell that item it will relist the item again depending on how many you have in stock and then charge you another .20 cents even if you go back to listing one item at a time it is still 20 cents there is no way around it. It is easier for us that they automatically relist and charge us that way we do not need to watch it.
You're being charged for the auto renew on the item, the same as if you had manually renewed it after the first one sold.

Breathe! It's a good thing, actually. :-) Auto-renews while you sleep!
Oh, thank you guys. So I'm being charged for ONE relisting and then again for one. Hmmmm.
Thank you.
You were being charged .20 for listing the item the first time. I gather the item sold, so now you'll be charged a transaction fee for the sale, and another .20 to list the item again.
Just looked at your most recent sale -- the person bought 2 of the item. Could that have anything to do with what you're seeing?

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