We will use this article to explain to you how you can set a preferred seller policy. In the buying policies section, choose Buying policies and approvals. There, you will be able to set your policies. In the Seller preferences section, you can make changes to your preferred seller settings.
Select Prefer a local seller and fill in the relevant details. When you select a seller’s preference, your searches will show results for local sellers, and when you place an order you will be able to choose between your preferred seller. You can select different kinds of seller policies.
Some seller policies will apply to every prefer local single purchase you make with a seller. Some seller policies will only apply to orders you place via the eBay website. For example, if you are placing an order to buy a product on eBay, you can only choose to prefer a local seller, as opposed to a non-local seller.
Choose from the three types of seller policies: You have three options: Seller policies will apply to every single purchase you make with the seller; order policies will only apply to orders you place via the eBay website; or Buyer policies will only apply to orders you place. We will use this article to explain to you the differences among these different seller policies. Let’s start with the Seller policies.