I believe that it’s a common knowledge now these days that where online trading is concerned, the first name that comes into our mind would be the word “eBay”. This is actually pretty reasonable, since eBay has long established itself as the leader and the dominant player in online trading and selling. Founded in 1995, it has now grown into a multi-billion dollar company, with localized operations in more than 30 countries all over the world. From its humble beginnings, where it was originally intended as an online portal for auctioning, it has now expanded into the standard shopping platform, with online classified ads and online money transfers as some of their well known services. eBay has indeed gone a long way.
Plenty of people has benefited from the success of eBay. For thousands of people from all colors and walks of life scattered around the globe, eBay is a source of income, be it from a part time or a full time endeavor. It has become a vital part of their life, with which they sustain themselves by conducting their money making schemes online.
But I can barely imagine what a person would feel when suddenly they find out that they have their eBay account suspended. Can you? Or maybe you already do, for you have been one of the countless victims that have their eBay Account suspended unceremoniously by no other than eBay itself. You always feel like you’re watching a bad movie when you try to remember those times when you were still happily trading and making a steady profit, and the next thing you know, you’ve already lost hope of getting a working account on eBay. You want to get back so badly, but you just don’t know where to start. You’re also apprehensive of the possibility of having your eBay account suspended once again. I believe I could help you with that.
eBay has grown into such a wide community so it uses a complex system to run things, one of which is the management of the accounts of its members. It gathers data that you provide when you sign up an application to become a member, and eBay stores those information to keep track of all of their users. It is also in the best interest of eBay to maintain the integrity of the community by banning violators and have their eBay account suspended so that they can’t use their account for mischievous deeds anymore. But like any other system, it has its flaws, and sometimes other people get blocked for no apparent reason at all. Using an eBook I wrote, eBay Stealth, you could be guided on how to create new accounts, get back on eBay and conduct business once again. You could also prevent from having your eBay account suspended by having a thorough understanding of how eBay works and how to avoid things that might have granted you suspension.
Grab your copy now, and become a Master of Stealth on eBay now!
Originally posted 2011-02-17 00:29:04.