If you're selling on eBay, then you have probably already received an email speaking about the adjustments to your User Agreement, User Privacy Notice, along with eBay Agreements. We have seen several users we chose to clarify, asking about any of it.
In 2016, we began the process of realigning our legal structure to better reflect how we manage and operate our platforms.
As a result, starting 1 June 2018, eBay users residing in any country but the USA, Canada and the European Union will begin contracting with eBay Marketplaces GmbH, Helvetiastrasse 15/17, 3005 Bern, Switzerland, for their User Agreement, Billing Agreements, and any other agreements that they might have previously had with eBay International AG.
Well, whatever we really have to understand is the new e bay has started a company in Switzerland, and also all of sellers not living in the US, Canada or ebay resellers the European Union will receive their invoices from the newest company (eBay Marketplaces GmbH), along with their payment will be out for it as well. There is not anything you must do in your accounts. It happens automatically.
Starting August 1st, then you may well be charged on the fees that you pay your invoice to e bay if you are. Assess your bills to find out if you're already being charged or maybe not. There will not be some effect, if it is paid for by you.
As a consequence of the change of your eBay contracting entity, eBay Marketplaces GmbH will also be your new data controller for the purposes of our User Privacy Notice. eBay Marketplaces GmbH will continue to maintain your data in accordance with our global privacy standards, known as our Binding Corporate Rules.
Thinking about the fact the GDPR (The newest data protection law) will input just 1 week prior to the update, it's reasonable to feel that they're connected. If you would like to learn more concerning the GDPR, then you can visit its own official site.