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I want to go back and look at my purchase history more than 60day, How do I do that. There should be a way you can go back even a year,
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Registered: ‎12-31-2012

I want to go back and look at my purchase history more than 60day, How do I do that. There should be a way you can go back even a year, not just 60 days????

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pinkflamingo2855
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Registered: ‎08-26-2005
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in reply to donny8513

you can, from purchase history, click the archive button, then change the time frame, you can look back to 2012, 2011 and maybe even 2010 at the moment.

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Purchase History(Myebay)>Archive (found in border)>select time period (year) you want to view.

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