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Multiple Amazon Selling Accounts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blahzay, Jun 16, 2016.

  1. blahzay

    blahzay Junior Member

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    After reading amazon TOS, I see they do not allow multiple selling accounts unless under special circumstances where you can provide documentation of an actual LLC and as an individual. Well I know I can't provide that and I do know that people do have multiple seller accounts so can someone explain how this is done? Reason being is I have a personal account that I have for selling stuff that I make personally and I want to have a seperate account for a dropshipping method. I dont want to mix the two.
     
  2. c30

    c30 Newbie

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    make one for business and keep one for personal use.
     
  3. Buchan

    Buchan Newbie

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    Also looking for an answer with this

    Has anyone done this without getting banned

    If so how do you go about it
     
  4. treyeazy

    treyeazy Newbie

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    New computer, use dedicated static proxy IP, add new ssn or ein for pro account and add new CC with new address and you should be up and running
     
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  5. kitemiami

    kitemiami Newbie

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    Yes, like the above said...use diffferent static IP's, seperate computers, seperate phone numbers, seperate beneficiary's and definitely use different credit cards...also use different deposit bank accounts. You need to two accounts to be completely seperate.

    However if your two product lines are completely seperate type of items, you can always ask Seller Performance for permission to have two accounts - I've done it both ways...asking for permission is much easier :)
     
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