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Any addresses that should be avoided due to being abused/blacklisted?

I'm staying away from the most obvious ones, just want to make sure the obscure ones aren't on their way to being overused :/

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I welcome PM's if anybody can recommend a good one

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do you mean pobox?
what do you want us to do, list all our banned addresses... Odd question
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do you mean pobox?
what do you want us to do, list all our banned addresses... Odd question
No, of course I know it's not a good idea to publicly say on the forum what addresses can be used, as that opens them up to the risk of abuse.

I was just curious of the addresses I should definitely stay away from? For instance, I can imagine something like 'MBE Mailbox' would certainly be off limits by now as it would have been used & abused so many times.

And I only ask because, when it come to creating Stealth accounts, I find that finding an accessible address that eBay will accept that hasn't been used over & over again the biggest challenge.

That's all

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I dont get it?

Just use an address from an empty house on an Estate Agents website, job done.
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^yep, thats what i do^
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That did cross my mind.

But I thought the general advice on here was to use an address you have access to in case you need to handle returns?
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I dont get it?

Just use an address from an empty house on an Estate Agents website, job done.
Great idea. Probably pop into an estate agent office and ask for vacant property available to let or buy! Lol
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buckingham palace?..avoid it i think someone is on here is using it
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mbe or any pobox is fine - your own business name at the same pobox number is unique.

if just the mbe street address was an issue, it would be the same as everyone on a residential street being in trouble over 1 banned neighbour.
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123 fa.ke street is available.
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1234 fa ke Street, Anchorage, AK | Trulia.com
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Best way is to use a real road name / real postcode / ⊗⊗⊗⊗ house number, so say the road goes up to 150 make an account on 166


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Po box + slight alteration works
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Best way is to use a real road name / real postcode / ⊗⊗⊗⊗ house number, so say the road goes up to 150 make an account on 166


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Thats the WORST ever method.
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Best way is to use a real road name / real postcode / ⊗⊗⊗⊗ house number, so say the road goes up to 150 make an account on 166


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Won't work long term.

Everything needs to match up. Street name needs to be real. Postcode needs to match street name. House number needs to exist.
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Default Re: Addresses to avoid?

Jump in your car. Drive all the way down the block. Turn Right. Then Turn Left.

Then turn Left again. Make a U-Turn. Then Go straight for 1.2 Miles.

There will be a house on the right with a Car parked up front. Write down the house number. Be aware of what street your on.

Bingo Got yourself an address.
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Jump in your car. Drive all the way down the block. Turn Right. Then Turn Left.

Then turn Left again. Make a U-Turn. Then Go straight for 1.2 Miles.

There will be a house on the right with a Car parked up front. Write down the house number. Be aware of what street your on.

Bingo Got yourself an address.
Now is that the 1st left or 2nd. I tried the 1st left but there was a wall there. The 2nd left has a small pond that I ran into too, my car is now a partial boat.
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I made an account with 10 Downing Street three months ago for fun. Still going strong and paypal accepted the docs.
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there is a 10 Downing st in nottingham.
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