Ways to Get your EBay Account Back
With the millions of people registering to eBay on a daily basis, rules and regulations musts strictly be followed. However, due to this growing family, no matter how eBay tries to avoid problems with accounts and transactions in eBay, there are still a lot of people who fail to comply with these rules and regulations. If an eBay user violates these rules, eBay will be forced to deactivate and suspend his or her account.
The question and the problem now of users whose accounts have been suspended is how they can restore their accounts back. To reinstate an eBay account, the steps are simple.
First, find out why your account was suspended. What could have caused the suspension of your account? Do you have unsettled fees with eBay? Did you fail to give refunds to clients with complaints? There are various reasons on how and why eBay accounts are suspended and two of them are failure to pay existing eBay fees and negative comments or complaints from customers. To inform the member of this problem, eBay sends out via email a notice of suspension with all the details needed.
To reinstate an eBay account that was suspended due to accrued unpaid fees from eBay, all you have to do is pay you seller fees. Through your credit card, you can pay back eBay and use your account to sell items once again. Upon settling the payments, make sure to pay all seller fees on time to avoid having a bad record in eBay’s system.
On the other hand, if your eBay has been suspended due to various customer complaints or due to various violations of the rules and policies of eBay that you have incurred, you can also do something.
To reinstate an eBay account that was suspended due to complaints and violation of eBay policies, you can send a letter of appeal to eBay itself. Once you receive the suspension notice from eBay, read carefully the letter and the reasons for suspension that were stated in it. If you believe that the accusations of violations stated in the letter are false, write a reply explaining your side. Tell them that there has been a mistake and that you are confident that you did not commit any of those violations mentioned in the letter. However if you are guilty of having violated any of the site’s policies, you can still try. Write a letter of apology for violating one of eBay’s rules and promise not to commit the same mistake again.
As they say, there’s no harm in trying; whether it be writing a letter of apology and reconsideration or creating a new account to reinstate an eBay account that was suspended by eBay. There are a number of ways to do so. Also, if you just visit the internet, you will find countless of people offering tips and ideas on how you can reinstate an eBay account. Just remember to always read the terms and conditions of any online site you register to avoid committing the same problem in the future.
Originally posted 2012-03-17 23:19:36.