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My paypal account permanently limited but use same ebay. Help me i am new.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rizwaan, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. Rizwaan

    Rizwaan Newbie

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    Dear friends i am new to this forum, my problem is that my paypal account has become permanently limited and i have read about making paypal stealth account. I wanted to ask that after making a new paypal stealth account, can i use my current ebay account to continue buying on ebay. Please note that i will change my name, address, email address and all other things on my current ebay account to make it match my new stealth paypal account information. Help me guys.
     
  2. blackag

    blackag Newbie

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    You are saying that you will buy on ebay. Why don't you just create a new accout. Your feedback is not important if you are just uyig stuff.
     
  3. MrGr33n

    MrGr33n Regular Member

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    You can buy stealth accounts in the bhw marketplace.
     
  4. srb888

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    Even if you change all your details, if you're using the existing account then ebay still knows those old details as nothing is deleted from the database. Only additional records will be added to your existing account in their database with your new details.

    That's the basic principle of any relational database system!

    For example, if you are using the same account but are changing your name, address, bank details, paypal details, etc etc., then your account ID will be same in a new record and all those other changes will take place in that new record. Those details may "scatter" on multiple tables and even databases, but your account-ID will remain the same if you're using the same account. That will be an easy give away for those looking for any suspicious changes across the databases.
     
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