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How to drop ship with stealth account ?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Nixan60, Feb 15, 2015.

  1. Nixan60

    Nixan60 Newbie

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    I have a question about stealth accounts and drop shipping all helpful inputs will be highly appreciated. So, I plan on purchasing a stealth account for PayPal and or eBay. I'd like to know if these accounts end up getting limited or suspended is it possible at all to "un-limit or un-suspended" these accounts if so how do you do this, how difficult is it to get done or is the normal thing to just get another stealth account?

    I am working with a seller on eBay that would like for me to do drop shipping. He wants to send a invoice To get his cut of the sale or he says I can choose to send him his cut by check. My question is any of these methods risky to do. My instinct tells me this is not normal procedure for drop shipping but what are my risks if any or additional cost that I should be aware of with these payment methods?

    Is is it a bad idea to drop ship using stealth accounts. What are the risks that I should be aware of. I've been thinking if I drop ship with the seller and my account get banned the money gets stuck and I would be stuck to give his cut.
     
  2. toml3030

    toml3030 Elite Member

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    Generally if your account gets banned for what you sell or because you didn't ship quick enough, that account is toast.

    No problem, as long as you pay him AFTER the product gets delivered.

    Not any worse than drop shipping on non stealth accounts

    The main risk is that you have no control over how fast he ships, how well he packs, or product quality of the goods he ships.


    yeah, pretty much. But if his product is legit and he ships on time, your account getting banned is not really his problem, is it?