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The best way to gain feedback as a eBay seller

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by coreypett, Aug 25, 2014.

  1. coreypett

    coreypett Newbie

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    Hello everybody,

    I thought I would share my success in obtaining quick and easy feedback for all of my stealth accounts.

    First, get a high quality photo of some scenery or just about anything. It honestly does not matter and I have never had a issue with what photo I have used.

    List it on eBay, saying "Digital Photo Describe it #1"

    In your description, hint that you will leave positive feedback, as long as they do the same.

    List it as a auction for 1 cent, and a buy it now option for .99 cents.


    THERE YOU HAVE IT. THAT EASY.

    When they win the auction, send the photo via their Paypal email, and say "Please leave me positive feedback and I will do the same!"

    DONE.

    Then you can keep making more listings as "Digital Photo Describe it #2" then number 3, then 4, then 5, and so on. I use the same photo every time.

    NEVER have had an issue with eBay.
    I am a US Resident and use the US eBay.

    You are welcome.
     
  2. D4RK KNIGHT

    D4RK KNIGHT Regular Member

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    You could gain positive feedback like that in 2012 and before with no problems if you do that today your account could get suspended or even banned for feedback manipulation.
     
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  3. Guyabano

    Guyabano Junior Member

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    Yeah, try that and prepare to buy a new account.

    I used to buy dig pics years back for some of my accounts - most of the sellers show in my feedback page as " not a registered member " :)
     
  4. JoeMongan

    JoeMongan Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Diversity in your feedback is key. Too many penny auctions will lead to catastrophe.