SO YOU’VE GOTTEN SUSPENDED
Making money is always a challenging endeavor, but one that could be as rewarding as it is trying. Providing services or access to products has long been a working way to make a profit through good pricing and marketing. You can turn a decent profit on virtually anything, as long as there are people willing to pay a price on the varied goods they are searching for and as long as you have a good idea of what goods the buying public wants. It is often difficult but potentially rewarding, and nowadays it is an endeavor that has been revolutionized by technology, which has influenced so much in recent years. Buying and selling stuff online, through web-based storefronts and auction sites such as can be seen on eBay, has allowed any person to buy personal items and even gifts for others. Let’s say you have stepped up to the plate as a seller who embraces the chance to sell items to people who need them and thus make a reasonable profit.
This is a great opportunity to be sure, but one’s success could be curtailed in the event that he gets suspended by eBay. What happens when you get suspended by eBay? First, you will be notified by eBay of the suspension through an automated email that may include the details of why you were suspended in the first place. If you were running auctions at the time of suspension all of them will be immediately closed, and you may not be receiving credit for ended listing fees. You will then immediately be charged whatever outstanding eBay fees you may have incurred, and your access to eBay will be limited – your account’s associated personal information will be blacklisted, and you will not be able to contact other users or even leave feedback.
What effects does getting suspended from eBay have? This is a difficult situation to be in, considering it all but ends your cash flow and removes your source of income in one irrevocable action. How long does eBay suspension last? The bad news is that since you have your account information blacklisted, there is often no easy way to really ask eBay directly, with questions like “Why am I blacklisted anyway? How long does eBay suspension last?” although the usual defined period is 30-60 days. The worse news is you might even get an indefinite suspension, which suggests that the period could last longer than that or even outright be interminable.
The best answer might be to not wait for eBay’s action on this at all, but just to turn to a guide to getting back on eBay without the risks you formerly took. eBay Stealth is one such method that will help you tailor your future eBay experience, allowing you to keep your personal information private, keep eBay from looking into your activity, and essentially keep them from suspending you again in the future, ensuring a smooth and thorough eBay experience without being at anyone’s mercy.
Originally posted 2012-03-11 20:27:23.