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Non-MSKU listing should never be converted to MSKU listing??
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎01-08-2012

I'm new on Ebay as a seller and I'M trying to sell some extra stuff .I can't finish creating my listing,when I get to step 3 and I press continue,it's not letting me,to move to next step,it shows message in red:

Non-MSKU listing should never be converted to MSKU listing"

Can somebody please tell me what does it mean,what do I do wrong??

Thank you!


Other Answers: 3
Community Member
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎12-01-2011
in reply to lacali818

I had same issue.

Its very simple to resolve. If you try to revise or using "sell similar" option to create listing you will get this error.


Just go to sell new item and create listing with variations it will work.


enjoy eBAY.

Community Member
Posts: 2,756
Registered: ‎12-06-2007
in reply to lacali818

(Doesn't really matter where you ask in the AC, because responders look at all of them.)


A SKU is the code manufacturers put on products.  Tell us what you are trying to list, and did you bypass the prefilled title?  And when did that message appear, exactly?  Step 3 sounds like the simple form which I've never used.  Maybe you have to use the regular form.

Community Member
Posts: 7,102
Registered: ‎02-01-2011
in reply to lacali818

Maybe you should ask this one in the Technical Issues area.

Rocked My Socks Off on that one