The 40-year-old, who pronounced he had “bills to pay”, placed an advert on the site for the Britannia statuette, which he won with the rope for best visitor in 2000.
The thespian from St Albans, Hertfordshire, shortly waived the postage cost as the behest unexpected shot up.
Cattermole wrote on eBay: “I didn’t design it to ascend like this. we am examination every bid very closely.”
He continued: “If there are some stupid bids at the finish on Monday we will be deletion them and/or coming true down the line to the next bidder. So you can bid with full confidence.
“Postage can now be ignored. we will cover the full cost of postage with the many secure carrier.”
The performer, who has offering to meet the winning bidder and take photos, has insisted he was not “dissing” the rope by selling the award.
Cattermole first announced he would be selling the statuette on Twitter and posted a picture captioned “opportunity knocks”.
He has also listed on eBay a support finish with a steel plaque, which he perceived for S Club 7’s manuscript going gold in New Zealand. The start cost stays at £200 but no bids have nonetheless been made.
The Never Had a Dream Come True thespian after retweeted fans after the news of his eBay inventory went viral.
“Oh mate, it sucks that you’ve got to do this. I’d buy in a heartbeat if we could. Loved your debate 2016, do it again and we’ll buy tickets :). Hope things work out for you,” pronounced one.
Another wrote: “Glad you still have the same clarity of humour lol, stay rocking Paul.”
S Club rose to inflection in the late 1990s after it was shaped by Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller and had 4 UK series ones including Bring It All Back and Don’t Stop Movin’.