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Market for ebay accounts with 100+ Reviews?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by shailzrocks, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. shailzrocks

    shailzrocks Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Do u guys think there's any market for ebay accounts with 100+ Positive reviews?
     
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    yes! :)
     
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    Yes there is sir! people will pay you a reasonable amount even for a 25+,50+ positive review accounts.
     
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    shailzrocks Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    How much $$$ will one pay to buy an account with 50+ or 100+ reviews?
     
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    Honestly, it depends on the person and how desperate he/she is to get one. I take it that almost all them buy one to sell stuff, so you should assess that and come to a decision on how much you will offer the account to them. Also, how old the account is and which country is from a factor. I would say 100+ positive account (if about 5 years old and US/UK a/c) would go for about $100 plus or minus. Again it all depends on who you sell it to and how you work around to sell it!
     
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    Yes, there are many factors as stated above I may offer more help through pm as I believe this topic is not allowed here. But if you're referring to building new accounts for the purpose of selling usually customers just want something with enough feedback to get them going comfortably (15+) these accounts can start at 150+ but aged power seller accounts can go in the thousands.
     
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    it would also depend on the limits on the accounts for selling, and if the feedback is for selling