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Old E-bay Account, Brand New Paypal Account

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by servantofgod, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. servantofgod

    servantofgod BANNED BANNED

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    I have an old E-bay account I am currently using, but my Paypal account just ran into the limitations where they get to asking for supplier info, proof of shipping, etc...So i know it is over with. I have another paypal account that I want to use, but I am not sure it is a smart idea to connect it to an ebay account that just got my Paypal account limited. Any ideas?
     
  2. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    YOu need NEW Egay AND Paypal AND NEVER use Paypal for paying Egay fees if your keepin it. Use credit card with your false name you registered Paypal and Egay with becaue they WILL link you eventually
     
  3. isaiahz

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    Try selling on amazon, no listing fees, and you can list it until it sells, I've done very well on both, make way more on amazon.
     
  4. Therookie

    Therookie BANNED BANNED

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    It costs for monthly account does it not?
     
  5. soonthenet

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    Depend on your selling volume
    Take a look here :
    h**p://amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?ie=UTF8&nodeId=200306550
     
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  6. Therookie

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    Ok thanks for the correction.
    Are you selling may I ask?
    IF so are you making very good sales?
    And is that just books?
     
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