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I first started selling on eBay about a year ago, on a fresh brand new PayPal (using a family members info because I'm not 18 yet) it lasted me awhile and I didn't do ANYTHING smart with that account and it lasted awhile. I would sell tons of expensive items and PayPal/eBay didn't say one thing. My first item sold was for like $230, 2nd was like $450, and 3rd like $215. Some times I would make $1000 just on the weekend and withdraw a lot of that money immediately with the PayPal Debit Card. I would even get money in sums of up to $400ish gifted to me at last once or twice a month. Never had any problems, (even messaging people on eBay to gift me money) until once someone requested a return like 40 days after they received it and I declined and PayPal must've looked through everything and that's when I got the permanently limited email. How do you think I got away with all that stuff? It's weird going on here reading to sell very slowly like this. My last two PayPals only got limited because they got linked to my first limited account and I sold clothes that were expensive. Why do you guys think I got away with that? I've gotten two more PayPals limited before finally buying eBay and I sold the same products and sold them fast and the only reason those PayPal accounts got limited was because they got linked to my original Paypal because I didn't know how that worked.

I made my new PayPal/eBay with my real info but someone elses address that I have access to in case I need to deal with a return. And I have been selling slower and sold 3 items with the prices of $35-$100. My car recently broke down so I need more money faster. I have expensive items I want to sell for around $300 plus.

Do all of you guys really only sell cheap items and very, very slowly the first 90 days?
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There is a whole ebay stealth guide to cover this post. But basically PP had no cause to give you an eyeball up until the return and reviewed transaction. Once that happened you got the axe. There are plenty of accounts doing shady/anti-AUP stuff without a problem.. but if they get looked at.. they are gonna get shut down.

If your new pp/ebay is on your other IP, its probably already linked/trash.. just a matter of time. If you did the stealth stuff then you have a chance.

When you start new accounts they are just that.. NEW. When you open an account and list 25 things, it tells Ebay that you are not NEW. It tells them you know their system, how stuff works.. and makes them wonder why you're doing all this stuff on this 'NEW' account. If you can pass all their verifications and checkmarks then they'll let you keep on rolling. The stealth guide stuff is to try to stay under all these checks that Ebay imposes on selling accounts and you're not looking at manual reviews and document stuff.
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There is a whole ebay stealth guide to cover this post. But basically PP had no cause to give you an eyeball up until the return and reviewed transaction. Once that happened you got the axe. There are plenty of accounts doing shady/anti-AUP stuff without a problem.. but if they get looked at.. they are gonna get shut down.

If your new pp/ebay is on your other IP, its probably already linked/trash.. just a matter of time. If you did the stealth stuff then you have a chance.

When you start new accounts they are just that.. NEW. When you open an account and list 25 things, it tells Ebay that you are not NEW. It tells them you know their system, how stuff works.. and makes them wonder why you're doing all this stuff on this 'NEW' account. If you can pass all their verifications and checkmarks then they'll let you keep on rolling. The stealth guide stuff is to try to stay under all these checks that Ebay imposes on selling accounts and you're not looking at manual reviews and document stuff.
Idk what you mean exactly.. There was never a return. All 3 sales I've made so far have gone perfect. My new pp/ebay is on a new Ip because I'm using my phone hotspot to tether. And I've only listed a few things. My limit is 5/500.
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