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Ebay suspension?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by evandan4, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. evandan4

    evandan4 Newbie

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    Hey, I was wondering when ebay decides to suspend you? I heard that you get 3 strikes or something, then they suspend you. Is that true?
     
  2. Checkmate

    Checkmate Elite Member

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    You usually get suspended for a few days as the first warning, after that you will be suspended again for more days OR banned from selling.
     
  3. evandan4

    evandan4 Newbie

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    Thanks for the information, I'll try to be careful.
     
  4. XHBTR

    XHBTR BANNED BANNED

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    Depends on what the strike is for, the age of the account and a few more things.
    Listing a VeRo item on a new account - i strike and you are gone...
     
  5. XHBTR

    XHBTR BANNED BANNED

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    not me :) 1 strike, of course
     
  6. worldwebsolutions

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    it all depend on manner of your suspension.

    they can strike you down with one suspension also
     
  7. stressfree

    stressfree Senior Member

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    firsdt i've heard about the three strikes etc...they certainly never tell you. Is it true or BH myth?
     
  8. unclemike

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    They will suspend you for like 3 days as a warning and increase this with time.

    Cheers,
    Mike