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New ebay account - question about buyer feedback

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by ALK1974, Aug 26, 2013.

  1. ALK1974

    ALK1974 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I have a simple question, I'm from Brazil and just created an ebay account linked to my paypal that is from 2004 and I use it a lot on internet sites. The problem is that my account is new and I have 0 feedback, so I just can't buy from 99.9% of the sellers because they don't sell to someone that is new and have 0 feedbacks. Is there a way to overcome this? Like easily bulding feedbacks? Or any other idea?
     
  2. haki_master

    haki_master Regular Member

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    buy some cheap 0.99$ stuff , thats how you can build some feedback and they usually most times dont care that you have zero feedback
     
  3. Defon

    Defon Regular Member

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    Yep, I normally buy 2 or 3 EBOOKs from sellers. Most of these guys have auto feedback set up so you will get the feedback quickly. MAKE SURE you buy from seperate buyers... if you buy 3 ebooks from 1 seller it is only equal to 1 feedback.
     
  4. Mastergeda

    Mastergeda Registered Member

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    Hi

    Add me on my skype : razzor3000
    I will help you
     
  5. Panther28

    Panther28 Elite Member

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    I build up ebay accounts by just buying popular things, late at night, or very early morning. The prices are usually cheaper than if you are reselling into peak time fri/sat/sun night peek times, so you always get your money back, or end up paying $1-2 for a feedback worst case.