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Default Limit increases question

I have a few relatively new accounts that I started and was just wondering when exactly limits started increasing for most people? I know there's the 90 day rule and I've heard a variety of opinions on whether its 90 days from registered seller or 90 days from first sale date.

For example, if I have an account that I registered as a seller october 15 and first sale date is november 15, when could I actually expect the limits to go up assuming I max out the items sold, 100% positive FB. And I'm guessing the limits don't actually increase in the middle of the month as we have to wait until the first of the month as well right?
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It's usually on the increase date AFTER 90 days AFTER your first successful sale. A successful sale is when you received payment, so a non-paying bidder doesn't count.
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Have seen 90 days from first end of sale date but other folx will contribute their experiences.
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That makes sense. And should the ebay account be LINKED to the paypal account for the increase to happen?

(when I say linked I mean literally going on your eBay Seller Account and going through the steps to link the ebay to paypal and not merely accepting payments on a verified paypal)
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That makes sense. And should the ebay account be LINKED to the paypal account for the increase to happen?

(when I say linked I mean literally going on your eBay Seller Account and going through the steps to link the ebay to paypal and not merely accepting payments on a verified paypal)
No does not have to happen. Some folx have said it helps to secure eB by linking but there is a lot of justification in not linking them both physically.

They ARE linked automatically once you start receiving and making payments.
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I have yet to figure out a rhyme or reason to it, I have gotten some accounts where I never had a seller limit even from day one, some accounts take 30, 60 or 90 days.
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There's probably some check equations on pp side OR its it could be a random rule like for every 5th account created X and X limits are imposed - who knows? Just keep experimenting
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I think it may be that the ⊗⊗⊗⊗ info I provided is similar enough to a real person or something like that
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Also a possibility - make notes
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