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I just received an email that my PayPal account was closed permanently. I am appealing the decision but in case that is denied, can I link a new one to the eBay account I was previously selling on? My eBay account is about as solid as they get. Was not sure if they link that way though since they are now two different companies. Thank you in advance for any help!
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I just received an email that my PayPal account was closed permanently. I am appealing the decision but in case that is denied, can I link a new one to the eBay account I was previously selling on? My eBay account is about as solid as they get. Was not sure if they link that way though since they are now two different companies. Thank you in advance for any help!
No - if you are denied and attach a new one to the same old eBay account, they are inevitably linked.

That "two different companies", which true, does not hold well for stealth purposes.
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It's not recommended to recycle ebay and paypal accounts. Its best practice to move on completely, else you risk yet another limitation.
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You might get away with it for a while but should be working on alternative accounts in the meantime.
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You can do it. Odds are it will be shut down pretty soon, and you'll lose any money you have in the account for at least 180 days, although people are saying that they can't get their money back even after that.

Time to start over.
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You can do it. Odds are it will be shut down pretty soon, and you'll lose any money you have in the account for at least 180 days, although people are saying that they can't get their money back even after that.

Time to start over.
Thats another issue I forgot to mention, if your account is linked to previously suspended accounts, getting money out after the 180 days gets even harder as PayPal refuse to pay out.
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I just received an email that my PayPal account was closed permanently. I am appealing the decision but in case that is denied, can I link a new one to the eBay account I was previously selling on? My eBay account is about as solid as they get. Was not sure if they link that way though since they are now two different companies. Thank you in advance for any help!
new pp means limits etc, you would be better off just restarting and building a new solid ebay & pp.

Main question is why was your pp permanently closed? if its the item you are selling on a "solid" ebay and you link a new pp its just going to cause you grief.
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