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How may feedbacks we need to sell on ebay.

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by foxrulz, Mar 26, 2012.

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  1. foxrulz

    foxrulz Newbie

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    Hi everybody,

    My ebay account got suspended after few minutes when I list my first item on ebay.It was a new account and had 0 feedback.I dont know why they suspended me.Also I didnt do any illegal thing.My question is how many feedbacks we need before selling without getting suspended.Also want to know,can we sell with fresh accounts or must have old account.

    Thanks!:)
     
  2. boom1

    boom1 BANNED BANNED

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    0 feedback is enough to sell an item, if however they think you are trying to sell a copy or a vero item they may just suspend you straight away. This is obviously computer generated suspension and pretty much like any other suspension with those idiots your chances of appeal are zero

    try and get an aged account and you should be fine
     
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  3. foxrulz

    foxrulz Newbie

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    I can make a new account and wait some time.
    Is it enough 2 or 3 months?
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    How to find an aged account?
     
  4. MafiaBlack

    MafiaBlack Regular Member

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    You need aged account to sell and the fastest way to get it is go to aspkin forum..

    find in buy and sell threads..
     
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  5. foxrulz

    foxrulz Newbie

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    thanks!
     
  6. haki_master

    haki_master Regular Member

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    if you are trying to sell vero items then it is more likely they will shut you down especially since you have zero feedback , i think having over 20 and all positive feedback along with a 3 months old account reduces the risk of your listing being removed
     
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    foxrulz Newbie

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    thank you for ur response!
     
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    If you really care about feedback, just buy some stuff on ebay thats $1 or more. No ebooks.
     
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    LakeForest Supreme Member

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    The best way to get your first star is just to buy a few things, pay quickly, and leave positive feedback so you get positive feedback.

    Personally I won't buy from a user with 0 feedback myself, and I never felt safe opening a new account and selling right away. I feel that 0 feedback accounts are monitored much more closely.

    Open an account on a new IP, get your star, then start selling. Might not be necessary, but it's what I do.
     
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    foxrulz Newbie

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    i knw now my ip,personal details are blacklisted after geting suspended.but i have another 1 year old account that made with da same name,address.i used it to buy only with a send only paypal account.is that account good to start selling? i can change every details and link a new paypal account by remove old paypal acount.is there any chance to suspend again?
     
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    Aclizzy Registered Member

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    there is no specific figure for the amount of feedbacks needed to start selling on Ebay. Even 0 is enough as everyone has to start somewhere. However, potential customers highly value feedback as it gives them an idea of how honest, diligent and reliable the seller is, thus they are more inclined to risk there money with a person who has high feedback as opposed to a person with a lower feedback .
     
  12. InfinityAI

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    It's not about how much feedback you have, it's about what you sell.
    If you're trying to sell a high risk item like for example, microsoft windows keys, then you'll probably get instantly limited.
    Otherwise, if you're selling low risk items that are not VERO, then you'll be fine.

    Since your account got banned so quickly, I'm wondering if it could have something to do with you accessing the account from a foreign IP address or proxy. Did you have HMA or something in the background?
     
  13. nianain

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    NO. You need a stealth account to sell again. Keep that busted account for buying only. You can buy stuff/supplies.

    Same thing happened to me about one year ago. I have 3 stealth seller accounts now. I used my banned account to buy product and shipping supplies.
     
  14. kyij03

    kyij03 Newbie

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    Buying items for yourself will not raise the limit where you must sell so many items.

    If you have been banned / blacklisted before, do not use anything that is related to the other account / even IP

    You will need 10 (W/ (+) FEEDBACK) transactions in a certain category, like electronics to sell in the field with higher limits.

    If you sell cloths and all of a sudden move to electronics, red flags do alert eBay too...