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Best way to raise selling limits and push my competition off eBay

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by rhino2020, Dec 25, 2013.

  1. rhino2020

    rhino2020 Junior Member

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    I use to sell on ebay several years ago, I now sell on my own site but want to branch back out to ebay. I sell 100% legit items and I've signed on with Channel advisor to automate the whole process of listing items,orders etc. My only problem is my selling limit is 300 items or $18,000 which isn't enough. I need around $50,000 and 1,000s of items. My suppliers have a huge catalog of products. I have USA based,100% verifiable suppliers. What is the best way to convince ebay to up the limits ? I have a feedback score of 88 with 100% rating.


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    The market for my products is highly competitive how can I push or at least undermine my competition? Fake accounts and leave bad feedback ?
     
  2. IMSEO

    IMSEO Registered Member

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    Lol if you think bad feedback will push your competition down.
     
  3. Veyron

    Veyron BANNED BANNED

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    Get in touch with eBay stating that your business has increased in volume and that you're looking to have your account limits lifted. Point out that the fact that you have a 100% feedback rating and let them know that all products that you've sold have been shipped on time and that you've never had any issues. There's limits in place to protect themselves in case you don't ship your products but if you emphasize the great performance you business has been doing then they'll more then likely increase your limits as increasing your limits will allow you to sell more which means more fees for them. :)

    Good luck and have a Happy Holidays! :)

    Veyron
     
  4. mysticparadise

    mysticparadise Regular Member

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    Try to call them on the phone and explain your point. They are always more willing when you speak to them on the phone.