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This seems to happen every Monday. I was very careful with this account. Different IP, no cookies, different address, different name.

However, the email address was "similar" to ones I've used before.

So did the email address kill it, or too much activity?

I opened it as premier, verified it, and received about $600 during the week. I used that money to buy the products, so everybody has received their items. There should be no issues.

In my past experience, anything over $1000 too fast would flag the account but in this case it was much less. They are asking for business information. Should I open as personal next time?

Next time I'll make sure to move the money out before Monday.

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kinda sounds like how mine was limited. maybe too much money too fast. but i noticed it happened with i sent payment to my supplier through my stealth account. so new rule. dont buy product with the same account you sell with. at least for me anyway lol
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So how old was the account. What type of items was you selling? How quick did you pay your supplier? Same day you got the money?
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So how old was the account. What type of items was you selling? How quick did you pay your supplier? Same day you got the money?
lol account wasnt very old at all. less then a week. i paid the supplier after all my items sold to get more product and paypal sent back my payment too me saying my account was under investigation. and yeah all sales and supply purchase happen the same day.
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Well there's your problems. PayPal doesn't like when you do that. You have to find other products or other funds to use first then you can operate the way you want. Otherwise you will just keep getting limited.
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yeah pretty sure ill just start taking my original planned sales and spreading it among several accounts so its. access to all the money and less account activity.
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Yes money came in and I sent the money to my supplier the same day.


I'm wondering if, I only used it for ebay items strictly, if the same thing would happen. Ebay items, of course, are already here, so there is no need to send the money out.

It sounds like "money in, money out" too fast was the culprit.

They did also place an investigation on a couple of the transactions going out, which were all legitimate.

The thing is, if I had left all of the funds in the account, they would be holding $600+, which is why I wanted it out. Luckily they only came away with $20.
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I opened a new account, new IP. Customer wants to use paypal. It's an $800 order. I think that is going to be way too much for the first day.
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Paypals new slogan should be PayPal: In Case You Want to Eff With Your Seller
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Sometimes you can get away with it if you don't touch the money right away. To PayPal everything looks like fraud. So if you don't do things to look like fraud then you have a less chance to get limited. Trust me before being on this website I was getting limited left and right. Now i'm using 10+ accounts none of them being limited because they are all aged and I go slow so nothing looks like fraud. I hope this helps!
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If your suppliers are in China and you make payments to them thru the same account that you are receiving your payments into then that will get you limited almost everytime
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As a test, I opened a new account. I received the $800 payment from my customer. It was immediately limited.

So to me it looks like there is an invisible $500 limit, at least in my case.
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You are doing something wrong.


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Well obviously I am, I'm trying to figure that out.

This new account had no information related to me, it was all made up. However, I did use the same password I always use.
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change ip address?
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No try using a real address and a real name. It can be a variation of the 2. Do a forum search here's why for starters that you can't use totally false info.



http://www.aspkin.com/forums/paypal-...nces-169m.html

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/paypal-...ody-lives.html


Read that and try again GOOD LUCK!

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I'm always on a new IP address.

For the test account, I used my real address, from when I was a kid, before paypal existed. As soon as the payment was sent to me, it was locked.
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I spoke to paypal on the phone and some idiot answered telling me that you have to have the items in hand and you cannot do it the other way around or then you shoudn't be selling. LOl, what an idiot since he doesn't know how hard we work, but yeah paypal doesn't like that. I learned my lesson hard, but there are ways to get around it, but just have to be more stealthful. Hit me up if I can help with anything
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^ That can't be true because when you sell things that are laying around your garage, they ask you for invoices for the items.

So either way, you are screwed.
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This seems to happen every Monday. I was very careful with this account. Different IP, no cookies, different address, different name.

However, the email address was "similar" to ones I've used before.

So did the email address kill it, or too much activity?

I opened it as premier, verified it, and received about $600 during the week. I used that money to buy the products, so everybody has received their items. There should be no issues.

In my past experience, anything over $1000 too fast would flag the account but in this case it was much less. They are asking for business information. Should I open as personal next time? Next time I'll make sure to move the money out before Monday.
Past is always past as far as paypal are concerned. To beat them you have to start thinking in the here and now. Dont think in the here & now and you will be limited on every account you make. It's also not such a good idea to 'link' payments to a supplier to ebay accounts.
A brand new paypal account can get limited for as little as $20 and if $800 comes into a new account, it too is stopped.
Couple of things to think about: have you thought of a merchant account?
Why are you 'racing' in with high risk items and using paypal.
What your limit was 6 months ago no longer counts. Start selling with that in mind
What's the actual limitation and have you tried to resolve it? Might any of these accounts have been rescued?
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Who said I was selling high risk items?
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I found out today that my UVERSE IP had never been changing. All of these months I always thought I was.

I haven't accessed paypal or ebay from home lately since I wondered about this. That probably explains some of the earlier closures.
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