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Feedback Generator Service Guide.

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Tyrone, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    Ok, so here's something that may be of interest to this particular subject. It is fairly easy and relatively cheap.

    Now this does require some work, but it is worth the effort and if you know people who can help it will speed up this process.


    If you have extra accounts lying around or have people that would be able to help you, this guide is for you!

    Step 1. You start a multiple item listing(doesn't matter which category, preferably the ones with $.15 final value fee). You make that listing private, and a "buy it now" price of $1.00. How many items is up to you. Although, more items, more feedback.


    MAKE SURE YOU TURN OFF IMMEDIATE PAYMENT


    Make sure there are no buyer restrictions and allow any payment method.

    That way you don't need a PayPal account and CC for every eBay account.



    Step 2.
    Sign in to the "buyer account". (Make sure to use hide ip or use another user account).

    Have the "buyer accounts" use the buy it now button and commit to buy. Once it is in the Won category. Mark the item as payment sent/received.

    Step 3. Now on your seller account mark as "shipped/item received".

    Step 4. Leave feedback for buyer, then use buyer account to leave feedback for seller.

    Now lets say each item sold is $ .15, that would mean for every 10 feedback you pay $1.50.

    So for $15 dollars you have 100 feedback. Once you get to 100 you are eligible for powerseller status.

    Just make a few high priced sales using this method and you will achieve "PowerSeller Status"



    To avoid paying fees and maintain money earned.

    Now to avoid paying the fees and still keep the "money earned" in your record to maintain "PowerSeller Status" you must follow these steps.

    Step 1. Under the items you have sold, Click the button "Resolve a Problem" and then choose the option: "I sold an item and want to cancel this transaction" option.

    Step 2. Log back into the buyer account and accept the request.

    That way you can still leave positive feedback(if you haven't already). You get the "insertion fees" back and save on "final value fee".

    You also get to keep the money earned under the "PowerSeller Requirements" section. So you can still earn PowerSeller status without actually paying or sending an item.

    Step 3. Now just repeat these steps with separate accounts until you are satisfied with the feedback earned.

    Time to PROFIT!

    Take those PowerSeller accounts you have created and sell them on various sites between $10-$300 a piece.

    Yes this may take some time, but if done correctly this can be very profitable.


    All-In All


    This may take some time, but is worth the effort and the payout if done correctly.

    Maybe you already know about this, maybe not. Something I thought was interesting.
     
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  2. CeeK_09

    CeeK_09 BANNED BANNED

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    Thanks for sharing but this definitely will not work and will get your accounts suspended with a quickness.

    Using proxies? Definitely a No-No when it comes to eBay. VPN if anything...even that's not 100% because you have to use a service that has 128 encryption. eBay has been able to detect proxies for years.
     
  3. CeeK_09

    CeeK_09 BANNED BANNED

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    "Take those PowerSeller accounts you have created and sell them on BHW and various sites between $50-$300 a piece."

    I'm sorry but this one literally made me LOL....
     
  4. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    Yea, I know proxies won't work, I should have left this one out. I actually have done this before with the same computer and ip just logging off and on. I did it to about 50. Didn't have any trouble. Was a silly idea I remembered about late last night. I figured, someone would like this. What the hell. HA:D:D:D:cool:
     
  5. manmuffin

    manmuffin Junior Member

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    Wouldn't it look suspicious with all the feedback coming from 100% new accounts? Also, I'm fairly certain eBay has some system set up to detect this sort of thing. Especially if all of the auctions end up with the resolve a problem thing.
     
  6. Beat the Green

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    Well, OP it's a start it would need to be tweeked big time.
     
  7. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    Yea, if new accounts are created on the spot maybe. But, if you know people with accounts, have extra accounts, or friends with accounts it may go smoother.

    Yea that's only for the high priced items you don't want to pay final value fee for. Plus you aren't opening a dispute but cancelling the transaction.

    If you just mark as "payment sent/received" and the "item shipped" button you'll be good. it just means you used a shipping service other than AyPal.

    But, if you are selling items for a dollar, then you don't need to cancel the transaction, it will be a $ .15 final value fee. $15.00 for 100 feedback not bad.
     
  8. jheyslow

    jheyslow Senior Member

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    My technique to get feedback is to bid items with price $.01 to $.3. Search for words like "feedback" , "picture" or "ebook". and sort from the cheapest. And also start a lot of auction like what you have bought with starting price $.01. I easily get 50 feedbacks in one week using this.
     
  9. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    I've done that before. That is probably the better ones, what I've noticed is there haven't been as many $ .1 auctions anymore. At least, I can't list them.:confused:
     
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    Try searching this keyword "a" with $.01 to $.3 price. and sort by price+shipping: lowest price. when i search this keyword just now I got more than 8730 results. You can list it as an auction with $.01 starting price, not buy it now.
     
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  11. yuyo

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    Guys how can i search on ebay auctions that start at 0.1 I wan to try what jheyslow
    said.

    thanks.
     
  12. jheyslow

    jheyslow Senior Member

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    1. Click Advance Search in the beside the search button.
    2. In the Enter Keywords put "a".
    3. Check the the price checkbox and input the price $.01- $.3.
    4. In the "Sort by" select "Price + Shipping:Lowest Price" option.
    5. Click Search
     
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  13. yuyo

    yuyo Regular Member

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    awesome it work, so now isee a buch of then starts at $ 0.01 cents what should I do now, just buy the ones that said free shipping? how you do this?

    thanks for your help..
     
  14. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    Very nice!

    I hate waiting for the sellers to leave feedback. Or when they pull that you leave me positive then you get positive. The waiting game:(
     
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    Just remember, you have to wait 5 days now before you can leave feedback on new accounts. GOOD TIP FOR ANYBODY doing this. Scrap through some free IPs and locate where they are through whatismyipaddress and find out where it is before you set up where you are (so ebay doesn't scrap the account too quickly). Also, beware of doing it too much. Around 10 feedback is fine, no need for 100's! Ebay IS NOT STUPID, they will see a pattern of proxy users buying from your account and ask that you show tracking info, etc.
     
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    Another TIP is if you NEED power seller status (not always good in my opinion) then just list an item for 1K, doing it yourself (obviously through e-check) that way you can achieve power seller status.


    You may need googlecheckt or something to bypass paypal sometimes (depending on country)
     
  17. Tyrone

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    Yes thanks for stating that!
     
  18. hattmall

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    clever, don't you need a certain amount of feedback to list dutch tho?

    also why not list legitimate single items, with good keywords for $0.01 like the ones they said ppl are looking for, i wouldn't put feedback in the title tho, recipes. I thought about things like "Iphone Ipad itouch logo" for like $0.01 ppl will bid on it, email them a logo. You can also se ll stickers, and diabetes recipes, and really mail them out and send them. It's not completely blackhat but you can mix things up.
     
  19. Tyrone

    Tyrone Registered Member

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    I hear ya. While I am not to familiar with eBays policies with other countries as I am in the States.

    Here you need no feedback, just a PP account or cc or dc on file for a reimbursement method(at least that's how it works for me).

    I'm sure you can sell legitimate items for $. 01, I can not though.

    It's all how you market and describe the product.

    I never state anything about feedback in the title or description, nor do I ever sell recipes.

    I am simply providing information for a nominal fee. Said information will lead said user on where they can obtain said information.

    ^^^I also state it like that in the auction, or similar. I normally do not have a problem with eBay removing my listing.

    On average my informational products go for at least 3 months and sell at least 50 items before being removed. I've had some go longer, and I have also had shorter.

    These items range from $1.00 to $15.00

    I like staying under $12 dollars for the PP micropayment fees.

    I do not like selling items to send in the mail, takes to long and the buyer wants the product now, and tends to get bored waiting for something in the mail.

    Waiting some times makes them irritated or not like the product and make them feel inclined to leave negative. We all know how buyers are with feedback nowadays.
     
  20. THEPROGAMER

    THEPROGAMER Newbie

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    great job thanks and nice work