What Are Some Reputable Online Auction Sites?

As of 2015, some reputable online auction sites are eBay, eBid, WebStore and OnlineAuction.com. EBay offers 50 free auction listings and afterward charges an upfront insertion fee based on the auction format, listing duration and starting bid of an item. In addition, eBay charges a final value fee depending on the winning bid of an item. This auction site offers features such as extra photos to help registered users sell their items.

As of 2015, eBid offers three user levels: Buyer, Seller and Seller Plus. It's free to join the website as a Buyer. Members of the Seller level list their items for free, but they have to pay final value fees for each item sold, which is three percent of an item's final price. Members of the Seller Plus level pay subscription fees based on their subscription durations, and they can list and sell as many items as they want for free.

WebStore is a free service, but it accepts donations from users. Donors have access to more tools to help them sell their items. As of 2015, OnlineAuction.com offers four levels of membership: Basic Buyer, Verified Buyer, Seller and Founding Member. It's free to join the site as a Basic Member, but users have to pay monthly fees if they want to upgrade to the other membership types.