Millions of people are using eBay every day. EBay is one of the largest online marketplace next to Amazon where people can buy and sell practically anything. As a registered member, just like in any other online registration, one has to follow certain guidelines and policies. EBay strictly monitors all its users to make sure each follows the policies of online auctioning.
If you are found not following their rules you get the ban hammer! You get suspended, limited, restricted and whatever other term you want to use. You’re toast!
Once your account is suspended, you’re prohibited from selling on the auction site forever! You even lose your ability to withdraw funds from your PayPal account.
That’s just not fair if you ask me.. how about you create a stealth account and get back to buying and selling? Here is a basic outline to getting back on eBay after a suspension:
- A new account means a new name and other personal account details. Anything that can be linked back to a previous account will link your accounts. So take your time when setting up your account.
- Change your computer IP address. Yes, eBay tracks your IP address among many other things to link you.
- Remove browser cookies. Just like your IP address, eBay is able to link accounts via your browser cookies. Don’t get sloppy, remove your browser cookies before moving forward.
- Change other information used in the registration process including your name, phone number and mailing address. This is vital in creating your new account.
As you can see eBay will do what they can to link your account and shut you down if you attempt to create a new account.
A lot of the times eBay will suspend the account by mistake and they almost never reinstate you. Don’t let this happen to you. Fight back with a stealth eBay and PayPal account.
Learn more about creating stealth eBay and PayPal accounts with eBay Stealth.
Originally posted 2012-03-28 00:24:53.