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Default Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

I have a legit account (Not stealth) that is almost 3 years old, 3000 feedbacks with a score of +99% positive, 10,000 transactions in total = 70,000$.


All of the above was done within the first year of opening the account, it has been sitting idle (due to throttling) for the last 12 months. Last week all changed and the account is now gaining decent traffic.


I am thinking about scaling big on this account, say 70k a month


The account had been attached to a verified PayPal from day 1. Never had a problem with it. In the very first month of creating the account I sold 10k and nothing happend (I think verified PayPal did the trick back then).


Anyway, I have everything ready should it come to a suspension (Real ID documents, invoices...etc)



What do you think? Should I go for it or not? I can't go slow anymore because I have some debts that need to be paid soon



Do you think eBay "trusts" this account already? Or will it be scrutinized if sales start jumping up high?
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Default Re: Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

I would go for it. I have had accounts like that and when I start the selling again I don't get any grief, but obviously go with the risk in mind.
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Default Re: Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

No one can know for sure. But if I were in your shoes, I’d go for it.
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Default Re: Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

If it's a legit account and you are selling legit items..... what's the problem?
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Default Re: Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

eBay is stupid. That is the whole reason why this forum even exists. That is what is the problem.
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If it's a legit account and you are selling legit items..... what's the problem?

The problem was the MC011. I had anxiety that it might hit my account unjustly, but after researching the thing for hours and hours, I concluded that only drop-shippers get hit with that kind of suspension.


There are a lot of horror stories online
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Good luck OP - onwards and...upwards
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Default Re: Scaling on aged account. What do you think?

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The problem was the MC011. I had anxiety that it might hit my account unjustly, but after researching the thing for hours and hours, I concluded that only drop-shippers get hit with that kind of suspension.


There are a lot of horror stories online
Ugh, no, not only drop shippers get hit with that kind of suspension.

As far as your question tho. I'm not entirely seeing what the issue is either way? If it's a legit account, it's a legit account.
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