Will My Friends See Items I Sell On Facebook Marketplace?

Can you hide Facebook marketplace from friends?

To block someone in Marketplace, go to “Your Items” section and select the conversation with the person you want to block.

Once you block someone, that person can no longer see things you post on your timeline, tag you, invite you to events or groups, start a conversation with you, or add you as a friend.

Does it cost to sell on Facebook marketplace?

1. Does Facebook charge for Marketplace? No. Unlike other marketplaces, Facebook Marketplace charges no listing fees.

How do I accept payment on Facebook marketplace?

You can use a credit card, debit card or PayPal account to buy items with checkout on Facebook or Marketplace. We accept credit and debit cards from: Visa. Mastercard.

Is selling on Facebook Marketplace safe?

Yes, there can be risks to buying and selling on Facebook and similar online exchanges. Use diligence, though, and follow these Facebook Marketplace rules, and you can remain safe while making beneficial transactions, says Patire. “I don’t want people to think selling this way isn’t a good idea,” he says.

What happens if you get scammed on Facebook marketplace?

If you feel you were the victim of a crime, please contact your local police department. In addition, you can report the seller to us in Marketplace. To do that, visit the buyer or seller’s profile, which can be found at the bottom of the product profile.

Can your friends see when you post in a closed group?

If a group is closed, anyone will be able to see the group itself and request to join it, but the posts within it are only viewable by members of the group. Your group posts will still be published on your Timeline, but they will only be seen by other members of that closed group.

Does Facebook Marketplace report to IRS?

Generally, the answer is NO. Unless you are selling as a business such as Ebay, etc to make income. Although the IRS has a reputation for trying to get a piece of just about every cent we bring in, when it comes to the occasional garage or yard sale, you generally do not have to report the sales amounts as income.