I had an item listed and was making about $25 per sale. I was selling an average of 12-16 of these a day for the last two weeks. This item, in addition to the other related products, have made this venture a very successful one. I was just notified by Eb@y that they removed one of my listings because of it possibly being counterfeit. I refunded over 40 people last night and had to give back about 1k. I don't sell knock-offs. These are all 100% legit. But the company that makes the product, doesn't want it to be sold on Eb@y. So now, I am making an e-commerce site with the same products along with the product(s) banned by Eb@y. My question is, will using Payp@l as my payment option on my new site screw me too because they are owned by Eb@y? Can this company make a claim to P@ypal and claim that these sales are unauthorized in the same manner and force Payp@l to close my account? These products are legit and are being resold after I purchase them from an authorized buyer. What are my options to sell these online? How can I get around this? These products sell themselves, especially during the holiday season.