So yes, this thread relates to the amazon to eBay arbitrage/dropshipping method. I have been doing this for about a year, and have learned quite a bit about the business through trial and error, but one of the things that I have been unable to figure out is the rhyme or reason to when amazon bans your account from prime. There are several different theories out there: Order amount, customer service, redundant or incorrect information, but I am yet to figure out how some of the larger sellers are able to place so many orders from amazon on a daily basis and not having to constantly create new accounts. For example, here are some of the seller accounts that I am describing (since my links are blocked, google these stores) Google "ebay xa-electronics" Google "ebay thehoneyroastedpeanut" Both of these sellers are the largest scale of this type of business. And before you say they are ordering from wholesalers, let me stop you, because they are not. Not only do they have "amazon" related feedback in their feedback, I have personally ordered several items from them to confirm this. So, in the last month, xa-electronics has over 17,000 feedback. A good rule of thumb is you get, at best, feedback for one of out of 3 items. So with that math, that is over 50,000 items in a month and well over 1,000 items a day. Now forgetting the questions of how do they place so many orders a day and how are they making profit on some of their items, how is amazon not constantly banning their accounts? Anyone have any strategies or ideas that I may have missed? I wouldn't mind if you send me a PM on this matter either Thanks in advance!