My primary eBay was recently suspended after a year of success due simply to too many negative feedbacks (though I had *hundreds* of positives). I know what not to do to repeat this error, but I'm going to have to start fresh with stealth accounts. Ideally, I would like to have a primary and a backup/supplementary account to get around early selling limits. My ultimate goal is to have 2-3 eBay accounts capable of selling over 150 items per month each. I have my father's permission (who has never used eBay) to use his details in my stealth account. The reason for this is, I want to be able to SSN verify my account when the time comes, as I had to do before, in order to ultimately have a prestigious account with liberal selling limits. If I can accomplish this using purely false information, how would this be done? Previously I had to give them my SSN for tax purposes in case I surpassed $20,000 (which I won't do on any single account). My current plan is to: 1. Use a VPN to mask my IP and sign up using his details. 2. Sign up for another eBay account and corresponding PayPal account using false information using a separate VPN IP/Windows user account. 3. Open up 2 additional new checking accounts to verify each one through PayPal. 4. Access each respective PayPal/eBay account only through the authorized Window user account associated with it, running a separate VPN on each one. 5. Use a program which knocks my connection out in the event that the VPN loses connection and I am unable to notice. 6. Buy some items, wait a few weeks, then start slowly listing items. Questions: 1. So far, does this plan seem sound? 2. When I sign up for my new PayPals, should I use the same names associated with the eBay accounts? If so, can it become known that the bank account linked to the PayPal is under a different name (my real one)? 3. Is there a way to bypass the SSN request, eliminating the need to use my father's real identity entirely? This is all predicated upon the assumption that if I enter my real SSN (which my original account has on file, presumably), the account will get linked to the suspended one. 4. My father lives at the same address I do. Will this pose a problem if I decide to use him? Thank you for your help. I look forward to contributing to this forum more in the future.