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are ages ebay and paypal accounts treated differntly to newer accounts as far as strictness is concerned and high risk items

would a very aged account be treated different to brand new
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are ages ebay and paypal accounts treated differntly to newer accounts as far as strictness is concerned and high risk items

would a very aged account be treated different to brand new
Depends on what you consider aged.
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if theres been no movement on it for a while then really doesnt make much difference unless its loaded with + seller FB
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but as far as high risk items are concerned would it always be better to go with aged with feedback accounts
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but as far as high risk items are concerned would it always be better to go with aged with feedback accounts
what u plannen on sellen?
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Default Re: are aged asccounts treated differently

well i already have an ebay account that is selling the products and its still going above standard

but paypal are the ones that had the problem with the items

my ebay account is still active but i just cant take paypal payment

do i just keep that account going making it look like competiton and then purchased a aged account with feedback and list the same items on that account
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its also a business account so cant i just purchase a new paypal account and " someone from the business" is using there paypal account ? like another staff member
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my ebay account is still active but i just cant take paypal payment

do i just keep that account going making it look like competiton and then purchased a aged account with feedback and list the same items on that account
It is a problem if you can't accept pp. Time to get back up accounts going. Aged account with feedback can work but need to make sure you have solved the issue of WHY pp keeps limiting you
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prob becuase the item is sell is such a tiny niche that im the only person in the world who sells the item i sell
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What are you actually selling that paypal are having a issue with ?
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Default Re: are aged asccounts treated differently

on my real paypal account absoloutly no problem same product

stealth accounts same item problem

very strange

onlky difference my real aged account is since 2001

hence why im asking if they are treated differnt
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Default Re: are aged asccounts treated differently

Aged accounts with or without sales give it a little more stability, compared to those accounts that are new.

Though aged accounts with sales history has a bigger impact in terms of account strength.

Of course once you've fully matured the account, and its got hundreds of positive ratings, been selling for over a year, only then will it be at it's prime.
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Aged accounts that don't do anything is the same as useless in my opinion.

Aged accounts that have a history , feedback, activity, etc will be better.
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As Sanjin pointed out above, "aged" accounts with no activity really don't matter much. It's much more about the HISTORY- Feedback and Activity that make all the difference.
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In any case the PP is dead so the EB is dead too.

Aged account or not means nothing now.

Stop selling high risk and get into another line of work until you know what you're doing inside and out.

Unless, of course, you want a hundred dead PP's and EB's on your hands.
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Far too much hearsay.. people need to know what they are talking about.
Im a seller that sells 1000+ digital items every 3-4 days and have many many accounts on there now and also ready to go..

ive been selling digital and vero since 2010

to answer the op YES.

Case files and return requests are vital.#
The longer or older the account, the more cases you can have open before it gets restricted.
EVERYTHING... is based on date of registration

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In any case the PP is dead so the EB is dead too.

Aged account or not means nothing now.

Stop selling high risk and get into another line of work until you know what you're doing inside and out.

Unless, of course, you want a hundred dead PP's and EB's on your hands.
Not true.

I had a paypal account that was banned and I used the ebay account selling vero for atleast a year before they requested info.
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MMM... no PP, and you sold for at least a year...

As I've said many times, you can link a new PP but it will be limited, maybe in a day, maybe in a month, nobody can say when, and you will probably lose your money.

Better to move on.
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Far too much hearsay.. people need to know what they are talking about.
Im a seller that sells 1000+ digital items every 3-4 days and have many many accounts on there now and also ready to go..

ive been selling digital and vero since 2010

to answer the op YES.

Case files and return requests are vital.#
The longer or older the account, the more cases you can have open before it gets restricted.
EVERYTHING... is based on date of registration

Well obviously you know some things based on your own experience and you don't know alot of other circumstances. It's always rewarding to keep an open mind.

I know people who had an account for 10 years, sold in 7 figures a month.
They were completely legit, no faults, 99.9% feedback, super small returns almost no claims...

BAM, one day suspended... they were even in the auction news when this happened.

And I have an account that's 2 weeks old, and honestly since I don't partcularly care about this account, so I made many faults... I still haven't gotten suspended.

so NO, NOT EVERTYHING is based on the date of registration. Do NOT give people the wrong info only because you experienced otherwise.
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