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Suspended today due to account linked to previous suspended acccount - This is my main source of income therefore desperate need to get back on ASAP - within a couple of days and start selling basically.

Firstly, I will log onto register in Mcdonalds Wi-Fi for new eBay/Paypal account

-New email address
- New virtual Visa card
- New bank account
- Slight changes to my personal name and address
- About to register for UK VOIP phone number

Anything else i need to do?

Have cleared cookies, history, etc etc..

In addition, once registered under new IP address in mcdonalds will i be safe to log on to ebay under my old banned IP address at home?

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No you wont. Depending on what sort of connection you have, you may find resetting your router, leaving it unplugged for 5 minutes and you will get a new IP.

Don't forget, if someone has used mcdonalds, and got banned, you will follow!
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No you wont. Depending on what sort of connection you have, you may find resetting your router, leaving it unplugged for 5 minutes and you will get a new IP.

Don't forget, if someone has used mcdonalds, and got banned, you will follow!
Interesting and Valid point, thanks for that. May have to try my router at home.

Also, im signing up for voipfone BUT it wont let me register with my LIVE email. its aksing for email account from service provider...I dont have one?

can some one shed some light ,cheers
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Yeah, if you are with sky, bt, tiscali, you can get one for free.

I don't know if it will work, but goto mail.com, they have lots of free email addresses. If not, ask a friend, you won'y be able to get on to voip otherwise, wont be able to start selling.
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I can change my ip address in 5 minutes just by unplugging the router.

If you have sky tv you can get a free email at sky.com which will work for voipfone
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I can change my ip address in 5 minutes just by unplugging the router.

If you have sky tv you can get a free email at sky.com which will work for voipfone
i have virgin media....

does the IP address change with virgin media by unplugging etc??

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I don't know, all you can do is try it.

go to ipchicken.com before you do to find out your current ip.
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i cant log into X-Lite with my voip username details etc but not letting me...

says reg error
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Personally, I cant help you with that. I get the calls diverted to my mobile. If your struggling, just set up a divert
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right.

registered for voip UK number

diverted to mobile, but not coming through to mobile yet...does it take a while for the system to register the divert?
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DAMN....Did the IP thing and my IP doesnt change........Oh damn.

What do i do now?
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who is your provider? check forum for changing ip threads, there are fiddley was of doing it via your router, sometimes. Best to go for dynamic ip, usually broadband or perhaps an iphone tethered
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i have virgin media....

does the IP address change with virgin media by unplugging etc??

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Hi,ash and Welcome.

Virgin Media broadband is a strange system. The IP is what is called a slow Dynamic. In other words, it takes more than the unplugging of the modem to get a new IP. What you can do is speak to Virgin & see what they will do for you. Maybe consider Wireless with Virgin: that will give you a new IP. Or if you are computer savy change the Router MAC address & that will give you a new IP

What will help is if you can tell the forum exactly what gear you have for the broadband.
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Hi,ash and Welcome.

Virgin Media broadband is a strange system. The IP is what is called a slow Dynamic. In other words, it takes more than the unplugging of the modem to get a new IP. What you can do is speak to Virgin & see what they will do for you. Maybe consider Wireless with Virgin: that will give you a new IP. Or if you are computer savy change the Router MAC address & that will give you a new IP

What will help is if you can tell the forum exactly what gear you have for the broadband.

hi im using wireless through virgin. my equipment is a d link router and a bog standard virgin media modem.
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'G' router or the newer 'N' router? 'Cos if it's the 'G' you can likely call them & get upgraded to the 'N'. Was no cost for it about two months ago
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'G' router or the newer 'N' router? 'Cos if it's the 'G' you can likely call them & get upgraded to the 'N'. Was no cost for it about two months ago
Its an old router from the bay.

didnt get it direct from virgin, so doubt i can upgrade? only thing from virgin is the modem.
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Why not try? Anyhoo, if that fails, you can change the MAC address
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Why not try? Anyhoo, if that fails, you can change the MAC address
ill look into that soon. im using another wireless in my area right noiw.
anyway just waiting for my phone number from voipfone to work properly and my entro card to be set up properly so i can register with the bay
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trying to do ebay telephone verification and i keep getting this message


Sorry. We're currently experiencing technical difficulties and are unable to complete the process at this time.
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I verified an account about 3 hours ago.

It is all automated and there are 1000's of glitches on eBay!

I'm sure it will sort itself out!
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I verified an account about 3 hours ago.

It is all automated and there are 1000's of glitches on eBay!

I'm sure it will sort itself out!
How many ebay accounts do you have? and how long do they usually last for?
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I normally have 2-4 on the go all the time for different products.

I go silly though, if you just stick to 300-500 a month on each account, they will last a long time as long as you don't trip up, get any silly negs/low DSR's.

But I find it very tedious trying to manage the accounts on a daily basis, (switching profiles, new IP's, slow mobile broadband)

Normally if I bring in 2-3K in 2 or 3 weeks I lose the accounts, (Limited PP), and just start again.

But it helps to have a few accounts ready.
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