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its been discussed in detail on several topics on this forum.. several posters here confirmed. Check yesterdays posts for the bad news.
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The fact remains.. as of this week eBay now requires new sellers to provide Paypal. You can still offer a merchant account but we all know at least 90% will chose the paypal option if offered.
Since when does ebay require new sellers to provide paypal only. Their new policy is that you offer Paypal OR a merchant account. If you can provide proof that only paypal works please post it here as I have yet to see this statement actually verified anywhere. Its paypal OR merchant acct.
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The fact remains.. as of this week eBay now requires new sellers to provide Paypal. You can still offer a merchant account but we all know at least 90% will chose the paypal option if offered.
I heard that new sellers don't have to offer paypal. I was wrong..

But yeah I have 2 diffrent account that I use my 1 merchant account for.
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I heard that new sellers don't have to offer paypal. I was wrong..

But yeah I have 2 diffrent account that I use my 1 merchant account for.
CPUGEEK, so you mean you have 2 different auctiva accounts using your 1 merchant account?

I don't think they will link your 2 ebay accounts, at least not before. I plan to do that soon, but wanted to call Auctiva if they give out these merchant ID info to Ebay. I haven't found their number yet.
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Default Approval procedures for merchant account?

What are the things you need to get a merchant account?
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Is auctiva in any way shape or form affiliated with ebay, and does ebay use them to track suspended users? I am about to start up a new account with the infamous formula, and need to know what the deal is with auctiva? Thanks again.
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sparks, check out the long thread on "anything else we're missing" which discusses this and a whole lot more. There are different opinions on how friendly auctiva is with ebay. Auctiva isn't affiliated by corporate measures, but that doesn't mean they won't share information if asked.
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I went to Auctiva's website and they say they are 100% free. WTF?

Also what information do they share with eBay if you use them for their checkout?
Let's put it this way. I use auctiva checkout and if they do share information I would had been busted a long time ago. And I also emailed auctiva and they said they don't share any info..
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I heard that new sellers don't have to offer paypal. I was wrong..

But yeah I have 2 diffrent account that I use my 1 merchant account for.

I opened new account 2 day ago and i didn't have to except PayPal. Also opened account today no paypal. I don't know why people are saying that you have to. People send checks in the mail with no problem. If buyer wants to pay by paypal i give them horrible links about paypal after that they happily sent checks in mail . If you will except paypal you will have so many problems.
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Anyone know if Bidpay can still be used as a substitute for Paypal, with new sellers?
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[QUOTE=Jonas;2236]Main anti-paypal sites are:

PayPalSucks.com is where you will learn about the PayPal Class Action Lawsuit, Abuse, Fraud & evil behind the PayPal system!
Paypal Problems, Information, Issues, Class Action Lawsuits - PayPal
PayPal - Trendpedia -- this one's eBay article has a link to this site's forums


The last site is funny as hell and informative at the same time. So many loopholes with paypal to get screwed, its pathetic. Thanks for sharing!
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i like Bidpay. no problem getting my money even if costumers complanes. I developed some tricks around bidpay
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Join the club, If anything can go wrong, it will, and usually at the most inopportune moment

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Is Vendio any better?

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So today, not needing to do this for a long time, I went and had to upload new pics, arrange them, remove old ones, and reearange pics. So Auctiva knew this before I did and they shut down those functions of their website the whole day because their site's always broken or down.
I sent them an email last week when none of auctions on their site showed activity that they should put terminix on retainer because of all the bugs in their website. And very poor problem solving skills to boot.
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Is Vendio any better?
Probably...they charge for the same service.
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Couldn't you just copy the code into Auctiva?
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Default the pics in my auctiva account would cause being linked?

my old ebay account was suspended.My new account would be linked to the old one if i use the same auctiva account where i put all my items pics? I was wondering it because the web address of those pics wont change.

anyone knows?have anyone done it before but without being suspended?thank you!
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Kevinxu, If I understand you correctly, you would like to know how to use Auctiva on new accounts without being suspended? What I do is to create a new Auctiva account for each name I created on eBay. For every item I sell, I always take 5 pictures then name them in a way that I will not use them on another ebay account. The angle is the same however I will use different backgrounds for each. Once they are uploaded on Auctiva, you should never get them confused. Its more work but I really don't care if I'm successful without getting suspended. I think once you figure out a routine with all your accounts, it become easier to manage them all.

Just to add, Modee has mentioned the use of Firefox. That's what I use and will log into them and back out of 5 accounts within 10 minutes without any worries. I don't think Auctiva cares about IP addresses however I am now trained to close out of my browser when switching to different eBay names.

If I did not answer your question then i misunderstood your question.
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hi vers0,thank you very much for your answer.I have a lots of pics for my items so its really a lots of work to upload pics again and again to the new acutiva account and that's why i asked whether there is anyone who had tried not to change the pics address but without being suspended.

vers0,do you sell on 5 ebay account in the same time? if then,could you please tell me how do you do that?"That's what I use and will log into them and back out of 5 accounts within 10 minutes without any worries"

or give me the link of the post,thank you very much.
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Kevinxu, There is a lot to successfully use multiple accounts successfully. What I mean is, I log into my Auctiva accounts using the same IP address. That is why I can do 5 accounts in 10 minutes. I do not believe that Auctiva is sharing IP's with eBay. I like Auctiva for several reasons but mostly for creating my auctions without logging into eBay. I use Cable Internet for my main account and dial up for the others. I just read all that is posts in this forum and try things until I find out what works and what does not. To be honest, my accounts will not last as long as others because of the type of items I place on eBay. So far I do use 5 accounts for selling and slowly building up others. If there is a question you would like answered, post it in the forum and someone should have an answer for you. To sum it up, having multiple accounts is a lot more work than having only account.
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To add to the above posing: The most time consuming part is uploading pictures and creating the Ads. If I sell the same item on 3 accounts, I will create 3 different auctions ads to make it look like there are 3 different people. I personally do not overlap the same item when selling. I guess it would depend on the popularity of the item.....I personally keep the selling activity low on each account to not draw to much attention. I have been known to be greedy when selling...
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