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so I have a account with a selling limit of 10/1000 month..this really sucks!
if I listed more than 1 item in one listing, such as 2 pairs of pants, etc. is that risky? also if i list say 10 $50 items is that bad?Or should I be sticking to boring $5 items? Thanks in advance.
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You need to list something normal for your first item like a book or something you have around and then wait 1 to 2 days and then list whatever you wanna sell.
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I've been curious about something along these lines since I am considering purchasing an account on here. How long or should I say, how old does an account need to be before you do not have to deal with the whole $5000 limit/100 items per month? Additionally, how old does an account have to be to even bypass the 10 item/$500 limit?

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2nd chance offer is awesome for bypassing limits if you have more than one. im on the 10/1000 plan since my accounts are new, but 1 account has sold 13/1700 and the other is 16/2100. im told that this will help after the 90 day review too.
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The 10 or 100 item limit is passed after 30 days and mostly after 60 days. After 90 days its a gonner for sure and your account is increased if you have no account problems.
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The 10 or 100 item limit is passed after 30 days and mostly after 60 days. After 90 days its a gonner for sure and your account is increased if you have no account problems.
I see. Does the number of days refer to "days being a seller" or "days being a member?" I was just curious since I was considering purchasing a buyer account that was 9 months and older and converting it into a seller account...

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Its as a member.
Thanks! I'm sure there were others who were wondering about that as well.
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I'm pretty sure it's after you list your first item ( or after you sell your first item ), 90 days from that point.

Buying a 9 months old buyer account, will not get you past those limits.
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so if my first listing is a book, they will allow 100/5000?
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No. You will have to relax on the account for a little sell and buy low risk items then start slipping in what you really want to sell!
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I actually made an account (before stealth) on my own and it was a made up name/addy, and was started with 100/5000 im trying to figure how to replicate that, what did I do to make that happen?

I know my first item was a window motor for a car, and the paypal account was verified but other then that not sure what was so special about that account to get that, any ideas? I'd like to replicate that
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Its as a member.

No it is from when you list your first item for sale.
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When you list your first item - sigh Cardo beat me to the point.
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I'm pretty sure it's after you list your first item ( or after you sell your first item ), 90 days from that point.

Buying a 9 months old buyer account, will not get you past those limits.
I usually count 90 days from the first day of listing an item.

BUT

Also have got a couple 90 days from the first date of SELLING an item.
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