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Default Would having a larger limit on one account allow for less throttling?

I'm kind of curious what larger sellers have experienced.

Yes, yes, I know " get more accounts".

I have 3. One is a real account with a higher limit. I've managed to get pretty high sales with a lower limit than I used to have ( went below standard for a month). Will increasing the total limit you can sell, allow for less throttling?

I assume, that your performance limits will go along with higher selling limits. Someone with $100,000 limit, can't be receiving the same amount of throttling as a $10,000 limit. Right....?
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Default Re: Would having a larger limit on one account allow for less throttling?

I wondered too but it shouldn't really matter because you'll never be able to sell to the "high limits" ...

I'm sure the china wholesalers have million + limits but we can't sell more than 5+ per month without facing possible limitations...

Just because we have a "limit" doesn't mean its our true limits. Theres only a realistic amount each eBay account can drive in sales wise before you start flirting with "your account has been suspended indefinitely because of high risk etc"
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Default Re: Would having a larger limit on one account allow for less throttling?

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I'm kind of curious what larger sellers have experienced.

Yes, yes, I know " get more accounts".

I have 3. One is a real account with a higher limit. I've managed to get pretty high sales with a lower limit than I used to have ( went below standard for a month). Will increasing the total limit you can sell, allow for less throttling?

I assume, that your performance limits will go along with higher selling limits. Someone with $100,000 limit, can't be receiving the same amount of throttling as a $10,000 limit. Right....?
Jeff Weico stated in a thread that he's noticed that if one of his accounts goes above $5,000 gross a month, the odds of suspension for no reason increase exponentially.

So, I'm not sure if that answers your question, but to be on the safe side, I'd keep in under 4,500 per month on any single account, no matter what the limits are.
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Default Re: Would having a larger limit on one account allow for less throttling?

Bigger accounts get more throttling.

I will explain why in a few when I have time but the basics is that we all compete for the first page. So big sellers get throttled to make room for small and new sellers.

I have exact examples but don't have time right now.
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