We allow sellers to accept two types of payments on Reverb: PayPal and Reverb Direct Checkout. Sellers must accept one of these two payment types in order to list their items on Reverb.
We strongly recommend accepting Reverb Direct Checkout over PayPal. Not only are our fees more manageable, but we are able to offer much better service on Direct Checkout payments than we are on PayPal payments. This is because when buyers pay with PayPal, sellers are subject to a 180-day dispute window, and they also lack access to the vast amount of gear knowledge that the Reverb staff has, which greatly assists in our ability to successfully and fairly resolve disputes. In addition to this, we are now able to offer Direct Checkout with Integrated PayPal. As a seller, this means you can accept buyers who prefer PayPal while still paying a lower processing fee and receiving Reverb Protection on each transaction - no 180-day dispute window.
We also can conveniently pay you via Direct Deposit to a bank account of your choosing, or disperse your payments in the form of Reverb Bucks, which saves you money on buying more gear.