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Default No difference in purchasing a 10/1k and 500/25k account?

Ok so I was going to purchase an account with higher selling limits 500/25k. I was told even though this account has higher selling limits if I don't start small its going to get restricted. Whats the purpose of selling high selling limit accounts at a higher price than the lower ones if I can't list more items, this feels a little misleading, but I'm sure I'm just misunderstanding something...

Anyways what if I do purchase a 100/10k account and I list 70 items. If I keep everything in good standing and ship same and everyone is happy. Whats the likelihood this account will get restricted?

If I purchase a 500/25k account and I don't want to raise limits and just keep it under 500 items can I start listing without being restricted?

Does anyone have any seasoned accounts that I can hit the ground running with? I have a brick and mortar store with a ton of inventory and a shipping center. I'm all setup ready to go but can't get around these limits.

I am already a stealthbook member. and I understand how stealth works for the most part. I have a fresh VMware OS install I'm going to link up with IPBurgers VPN with a Fresh IP for the stealth account.

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Default Re: No difference in purchasing a 10/1k and 500/25k account?

Try not to view the account limits as any part that will get an account restricted. You can list 100 items if done properly on any account and be successful, or you can list 1 item and get any account banned. Success has to do with a few factors, IP and browser and linking are a few to start with, BUT what I have found is most important is another set of criteria. Those being- price, type of listing, how much/fast you sell, brand of items, pictures used, title and description - all of these factors will add up to how ebay and PP view your account, either as normal or risky. Once they deem you a risk, that is when your account gets scrutinized by the bots. All of these factors put together paint a pretty clear picture to ebay and PP as to how risky or normal your account activity is.
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Default Re: No difference in purchasing a 10/1k and 500/25k account?

Thanks so much Fox.
So I can purchase a high limit account and use it right out the gate as long as I have no "attention getting" items and I provide fast shipping with good customer service.

The items I'm selling are laptop parts mostly under $20 but a few $40 to $70 items. I own a brick and mortar computer repair/sales store. I have probably 300 items to start with right now. Are computer parts high risk. Not the entire computer but just small parts (mostly laptop parts, keyboards, hard drives, bezels, etc.) Would you consider this high risk. I also have other items that I plan on selling such as a few clothing items and few goodwill finds.
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Default Re: No difference in purchasing a 10/1k and 500/25k account?

Yes computer parts are considered high risk. Anything under electronics would be considered high risk.
As for you original post - I myself recommend to my buyers to start slow and with low risk items and get established as a seller BEFORE they go full blast. This is a process that can take several weeks and requires PATIENCE which I find is a trait essential to proper operation of a stealth account. You need to think LONG TERM.
As for the difference between a low limit and a high limit account - once you ARE established as a seller do you want to be able to list 10 items or 1000 items? That's where the limits come into play - once youve established yourself as a seller and will attract less attention from ebay.
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