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Default Is there any chance ebay won't put selling allowance on new selling account?

It's just that I have a few new accounts that I am about to start selling. After start listing first item I will see straight away that they put selling allowance on my account (happen to all accounts I tried to start listing) of 10 item per month. Then after linking Paypal, they will increase to 100 items per month.

However today I tried to start listing on another new account. But after listing an item, I don't see any warning or any message about I have selling allowance of 10 or 100 on my account which is different from previous new accounts.
Does it mean I don't have selling allowance on this account? or they will "definitely" place the selling allowance on my account later?
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not all accounts get them, that does not mean this account may not be subject to them at some point.

you can have a limit of 10-100 applied without a monetary limit.


Try list a multiple of 110 buy it now and see if you have any limit.
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Once you have started listing, when you reach the selling limit 10 items/350 it will show its ugly face
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The chances of having a new account with no restrictions is the chance of finding a 60 year old hooker with no deceases.
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@RedShootingStar - we are a family forum so please...=P ah the imagery.
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I had a new account that didn't appear to have limits. They did however appear as soon as I got close to the 100th sale of the month.
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Yes you can avoid limits but the account needs to be set up properly from Day 1 - it involves Limited Companies, Websites and proving you are a 'bona fide' business

Costs money - that puts most people off
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I had a new account that didn't appear to have limits. They did however appear as soon as I got close to the 100th sale of the month.

So clearly you did have limits
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So clearly you did have limits
I never said I didn't.

There was no indication on my dashboard that I did have limits. I only discovered I did when I had sold 90 items and on relisting a warning appeared telling me that I was approaching the limit.

All my other accounts had the limit showing within My EBay.
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Yes you can avoid limits but the account needs to be set up properly from Day 1 - it involves Limited Companies, Websites and proving you are a 'bona fide' business

Costs money - that puts most people off


Worth it though.
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Yes you can avoid limits but the account needs to be set up properly from Day 1 - it involves Limited Companies, Websites and proving you are a 'bona fide' business

Costs money - that puts most people off
If you do not mind could you shed some light on this.
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