My eBay auctions ended on Sunday evening, and some of my buyers made immediate payments minutes or hours after the auctions had ended. However, it often takes Auctiva up to a day to update sale > transactions. Then Auctiva has a TWO-DAY LIMIT that the sellers have to buy insurance after the buyers make payments.
So, if you consider the fact that Auctiva takes a day (and sometimes even almost two) to update sale > transaction list, and the two-day limit Auctiva has on purchasing insurance, that means the sellers actually have ONE DAY to buy the insurance. That is a reasonable time frame. If Auctiva wants to set a time limit, then Auctiva has to update sale > transactions faster. Or, on Auctiva sale > transaction page, allow seller to push a button to update the transaction list right away.