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Link eBay accounts so the new account won't have the low selling limits. Is that possible?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by boona, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. boona

    boona Newbie

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    Hi,
    I have a seller account on eBay that I have been using for almost 3 years.My current selling limits are approximately 8000 listings / $400k per month.

    I am getting ready to start listing a whole new inventory line and would like to keep that separate from my current account. Last time I opened a new account, eBay limited my selling to the minimum (50 listings / $500 per month, or something like that).
    As far as I know, eBay can only raise my limits one time every month, with that rate it would take me about 6-7 months to get my new account ready for the inventory that I need to list.

    Is there any way to link between my accounts so the new account will get higher selling limits from the beginning?
    Not sure if this matters, I only sell legit stuff and have a Top-Rated Gold Powerseller account - so I am not trying to hide anything from eBay.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Polynom

    Polynom Junior Member

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    As ebay say here http://pages.ebay.com/pay/help/
    If you have an established selling account on eBay, confirm your ownership of that account and we won't hold payments for your new account. (PayPal may continue to evaluate your account to determine if future payments will be held or not. Visit PayPal for complete details of PayPal holds policies.)

    About selling limits. Call them and explain your situation and they will help you. THEY CAN lift your limits and if you give them good reason they WILL.

    As ebay say:
    If you already have an established seller account
    You may be able to increase the limits on your account if you have another, more established seller account on eBay. Your other account needs to meet all of these conditions:

    You've been a registered seller for at least 90 days.
    You don't have any unresolved eBay Buyer Protection cases.
    Your detailed seller ratings are at least 4.8 in all areas.

    If your account meets all of these conditions, follow the instructions on the Request higher selling limits page to confirm that you already have an established seller account.
    http://community.ebay.com/t5/Building-An-eBay-Business/Requesting-higher-selling-limits/td-p/2920556

    But in your case I WOULD CALL THEM ASAP AFTER CREATING YOUR NEW ACCOUNT.

    Hope that I was any help. Call them.