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hi all i set up a new paypal in a different address as my old got limited i used my same name its now limited to just over 1900 pounds sent all the things they asked so i could get the account unlimited I'm still waiting for them to verify me 6 days on does anyone no why its close
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They can take their time reviewing documents.

You can either wait it out, or contact them and prompt them.
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OP - Did you purchase the stealth guide? Are you following the stealth guide?

Reviewing documents can take between 20 days to 45 days (IMO), although can vary. If you're confident enough (I wouldn't at this point), you can call them, and the advisor on the phone may just flick through it over the phone. Though I think this privilege is just for business account holders only.
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OP - Did you purchase the stealth guide? Are you following the stealth guide?

Reviewing documents can take between 20 days to 45 days (IMO), although can vary. If you're confident enough (I wouldn't at this point), you can call them, and the advisor on the phone may just flick through it over the phone. Though I think this privilege is just for business account holders only.
So basically you haven't a clue what you are talking about then? As per usual.
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So basically you haven't a clue what you are talking about then? As per usual.
It usually takes 20 to 45 days for me.

Any longer, I call in, agent reviews documents, if it looks good to him, send off an email to relevant department, account good to go.

This is my experience. Take it as you will. I have noticed however, you hardly ever give out solutions, you just like to sit back and criticize. Try sharing knowledge from time to time, feels good.
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So should just carry on selling and see what happens
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So should just carry on selling and see what happens
Yes .
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You could always create or puchase new accounts jonnytid, just in case you do have quite a bit longer for those docs to either pass that limit, or worse case scenario, fail to pass it, in which case you would be left with nothing. Always wise to have accounts being nurtured in the background so if you do lose one you don't lose everything. You just move over to one of those other accounts, start selling more on it and it just takes over from where the limited account was.
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So should just carry on selling and see what happens
WOAH!!!! WOAH!!!!!

Warning bells are ringing here.

Consider that other reply very carefully.

You said you reused your old name but different address.

How sure are you everything will work and your account become unlimited?

Think of that IF you want MORE funds held...


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Why not create new unlinked accounts OP and spread sales? Do not really on this limited account only.
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Actually these are good points. Documents are never guaranteed to work. Slow your sales down and move onto another account (just in case).
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This is my experience. Take it as you will. I have noticed however, you hardly ever give out solutions, you just like to sit back and criticize. Try sharing knowledge from time to time, feels good.
If you read you will see I did share my knowledge, I said as usual you don't know what you are talking about.

I criticize when I see idiots like you posting when they don't have a clue. Such recklessness and ignorance can damage others accounts and lively hood severely. You just press buttons to get a post count up and don't comprehend a word you are typing don't you?

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Yes .
My point exactly.
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You can carry on selling on the account without any problems

When you hit the 1900 mark then they will limit the account

At this point you can carry on selling if you want, or wait for the docs to be reviewed. Generally I choose the second option and put sales on hold or a bit.

Account that have hit the 1900 mark nearly always have the docs reviewed within 24 hours.

Up until the 1900 mark the account will be fully functional so there is no harm in selling on it still.
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there is no harm in selling on it still.
Just don't sell any stock you can't afford to potentially lose.
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You can carry on selling on the account without any problems

When you hit the 1900 mark then they will limit the account

At this point you can carry on selling if you want, or wait for the docs to be reviewed. Generally I choose the second option and put sales on hold or a bit.

Account that have hit the 1900 mark nearly always have the docs reviewed within 24 hours.

Up until the 1900 mark the account will be fully functional so there is no harm in selling on it still.
Not possibly the sagest of advice where the OP may not have suitable documents and has handicapped the outcome by re-using a banned name.
We also have no idea of what items are sold nor the status of the account, in terms of issues.
Ideally advice should be on a case by case basis not a norm.

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