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eBay Account's Value

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by radhindanoes, Jul 14, 2013.

  1. radhindanoes

    radhindanoes Registered Member

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    eBay Stats:

    100 Positive selling feedback
    No negative feedback
    sell mainly 1 dollar items, some higher value sales

    How much am I worth?
     
  2. thecubsfan

    thecubsfan Registered Member

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    Worth maybe $50. How old is the account?
     
  3. TheeAriGrande

    TheeAriGrande Regular Member

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    The price would range between 30 and 50. It depends on the age.
     
  4. radhindanoes

    radhindanoes Registered Member

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    50 bucks? seriously? the account sold over 100 items and got 100 positive feedbacks from those sales. Account is a few months old.
     
  5. Murdoch1337

    Murdoch1337 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If it can be transferred without any issues, I would say $300-500
     
  6. TheeAriGrande

    TheeAriGrande Regular Member

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    That's my opinion. Others will pay less and some will pay more.
     
  7. Rokebono

    Rokebono Senior Member

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    Actually its worth $25 bucks plus one colored party light bulb (pink color). Seriously now, do you sell 100 bucks worth of crap Ebooks just to get 100 positive feedback and then hoping that you'll flip the account for $300? Moreover its very risky to buy an account these days, Ebay became very strict and 1 wrong move and the account is banned.
     
  8. thecubsfan

    thecubsfan Registered Member

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    Well considering you mainly sold 1 dollar items and its a few months old than yes I'll stick with $50. Maybe you can find someone willing to pay more but I wouldn't say its worth much more than that
     
  9. radhindanoes

    radhindanoes Registered Member

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    ok I see. But doesn't 100 feedbacks mean the account has a good selling credibility and anyone who supposedly "buys" this account can sell items with higher price tags with the fact that the account has good selling history? All this doesn't make the account value go any higher?
     
  10. Rokebono

    Rokebono Senior Member

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    In theory yes you are right but probably the most important factor when determining an Ebay account value is the age, few months old its not that valuable. Selling accounts its not what it used to be due to the fact that its very risky, your account can be restricted from selling quite easily. I've used to sell such accounts few years ago, last time I've sold one happened 1 year ago, I've sold it for $150 and the buyer contacted me after 1 week telling me that Ebay restricted the account from selling. When I asked him why, he told me that he had to call Ebay to solve a issue and they asked him some infos related to the account which he didn't knew the answer. When selling I gave him all the answers that I knew the guys from costumer support might ask but that time they asked some different infos. In the end I gave the money back to the guy and I got my restricted account back.
    From my experience I can tell you that people do not always look at the feedback as a seller when buying, if they see %100 positive feedback they will buy so the point here is that its not really necessary to have feedback as a seller to start selling on Ebay, you go and buy 30x 0.99 cents free shipping products from China and you have around 30 positive feedback, enough to get you started selling on Ebay.
     
  11. eBayer.

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    If you are account is pre-2010 then your account is worth more and capable to generate more profits, therefore, it will be worth more. Technically if you use your account yourself, I believe you can make a lot of money once you know how to do so. So my advice, do not just sell it off for a few bucks instead make thousands out of it.
     
  12. andreibest

    andreibest Newbie

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    50 dollars is way to little, you can sell it for 250usd minimum if you provide paypal account with it. If you tell me the selling limit that the account has i can tell you a more accurate price?