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    My eBay account is currently restricted indefinitely from selling. Does that mean there is still a chance I can get back to selling?

    I was selling items that thousands of other sellers are selling. eBay never gave me warning that my listings could get my account restricted indefinitely. Why did they only target me, I had no disputes, complaints, claims, chargebacks, it was all good.

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    What is their reasoning for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yesenian View Post
    My eBay account is currently restricted indefinitely from selling. Does that mean there is still a chance I can get back to selling?

    I was selling items that thousands of other sellers are selling. eBay never gave me warning that my listings could get my account restricted indefinitely. Why did they only target me, I had no disputes, complaints, claims, chargebacks, it was all good.
    I have a few questions

    -What were you selling?
    -Did your title go against the rules
    -Was it a virtual good?

    It's hard to say why unless you answer either the first or third question. Because if it's a virtual good they don't support that trading. If it's something you aren't allowed to sell it should be obvious why they ended the listing.

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    Have you tried contacting them for a reason for this? They will answer these kinds of questions.

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    Yeah you definitely need to find out why they banned you.

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    indefinitely implies that it won't be unbanned actually, did you contact them and ask what the matter was? you should find out.

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    Most likely never, as you've mentioned indefinitely which means until E-bay decides to lift the suspension.

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