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Does anyone know what the safe wait-time is before opening a new account? After I change my IP I usually just do it right away and sometimes it gets suspended, so I don't know if that has anything to do with maybe putting it up directly after the other has been blocked.
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I usually start listing right away, but never more than 3 per day and I always leave a day in between to cool down.
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do you list brand name items?
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no; I list items that are crafted by me.
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Does it matter if you sell name brand stuff?
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I stink so. They're tougher on those.
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Do you mean waiting time after changing your IP address? Which doesn't make sense, or wait time to creating auctions after you create your account?

The later I'd say give it a day or two. And sell based on the risk factor. If your item is high risk, then sell slowly, if not then you can sell faster.
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I have allowed 2 weeks on new accounts to start selling High Risk Items. Like Aspkin mentioned, start off slow. I have limited myself to 7 items per week per account. I am having great success running multiple accounts per week. I believe that some brand items are more risk than others.
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I waited 2 months. Bought an item here and there. Started another account just recently and will let it sit for a while.
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With my account that I have going on, I waited 3 days and then listed only 5 one day and waited 3 days and listed another 5. It is still going. And my items are stuff that I make too.
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I think the the key is listing slowly at first as mentioned above. Brand items will have to take some skill for those are the ones with the most problems.
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It's funny, my first ever account where I started listing 6+ items every day, never stopped a day in between, from the first second on, is still going..
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