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Default Should I use my name used to create Prepaid card

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I am creating the third stealth account for Etsy. I'm wondering should I continue to use my name to create a new prepaid card (my Name on Card has been used for the previous suspended account). When I enter the Name on Card on Etsy, will it link?

In addition, is it nescessary to change the IP address to other country? My two previous stealth account have been invisible after I created the first lisitng. I think the Bot traced me. I don't think I have issue with IP, CC, Window User account because they are all new. It could be because of the same category I chose, so I think I'll try another category in this third account.

Personally I found creating Etsy stealth account is more difficult than Ebay. My eBay Stealth account was successfully created after the first time. I'm not sure what is the real issue I had with Etsy, still keep trying and expecting the best.
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A brand new prepaid card with a stealth name will not cause a link - don't use old info
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Default Re: Should I use my name used to create Prepaid card

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A brand new prepaid card with a stealth name will not cause a link - don't use old info
What is stealth name ?
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Default Re: Should I use my name used to create Prepaid card

Make up ANY names you want . Because the prepaid credit card does not do anything but to pay eetsy fees.
You should not sell the same items at the beginning. For the first week or month if you can afford it, list something you have never sold before. Then slowly add your old inventory.
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