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You Mean, I Must Pay You? (To Tell Me if You Can Reinstate My eBay Account?)

This post is by Tuvyah Schleifer, the founder and CMO of CRSeller. CRSeller is a marketplace services provider offering the most exclusive suite of solutions.

For eBay, CRSeller offers suspension reinstatements, selling limit increases, and account status audits. As well, eBay marketing tools including Daily Deals invitation support.

For Amazon, CRSeller specializes in tactical approvals and invitations for vendors and sellers. As well, brand-boosting strategic activity including ASIN optimization, marketing and PPC management.

Short answer - well, yes.


Medium-sized answer: Because it takes something to not lie to you.

eBay Suspension. Hope for Reinstatement

Photo Credit: Stephen Leonardi


We could give you some cockamamie fake statistics about our 'success rate.'

Yet, wouldn't you rather an answer that has something to do with the actual situation of your account?

Don't you prefer the straight truth in the matter?

Well if so, this is called an 'assessment' and it costs money.

(Our assessments cost $300, on sale for $195 for accounts that are not suspended. In our active-account assessments we can help sellers understand more about the quality of their relationship with eBay.)

But we thought hey....

Let's discount the assessment to $150 for suspended accounts! It's only fair. We know you are not in a great situation. We're not interested in taking advantage of you. We want to help.

We look at it like this:

The sooner you know your chances of getting reinstated, the sooner you can try harder. Then, you can use our reinstatement service. Or give up, or try some other pathway that we might not recommend.

But you know what, it's still not so simple...

So before we continue, let's go back a few steps.

You are an eBay seller and you got suspended. You have a few options. These include finding a:

  • 'Friends' eBay account for sale.

  • 'Stealth' or 'ghost' eBay account for sale.

Or in some way learning how to:

  • Open a new eBay account

  • Get around the suspension somehow.

  • Change your business/ business name, etc in a way that somehow allows you to circumvent the situation and somehow be a new entity on eBay as far as they are concerned.

(Your typical suspended seller is going to do a lot of research to get to the bottom of all that stuff listed above.)

You're going to 'figure it out.'

You are going to 'crack the code.' You're going to just do what you need to do to get back selling again ASAP.

Or, you'll conclude that eBay isn't for you and more and you'll walk.


Well, CRSeller offers another choice...

So, let's be clear about this:

We offer a service to help you get your suspended account reinstated.

Now let's get into the 'nitty gritty.'

If we are able to help you get reinstated, our fee is $3k.

This service requires payment upfront. (Yes, we've been stiffed before.)

If we fail to produce a reinstatement, (if eBay fails to reinstate your account,) $2,700 is refunded to you.

Think of it like this:

There is a non-refundable fee of $300 for attempting the reinstatement. (The cost of the assessment goes toward the non-refundable part. So, if we assess your account first, and then order our reinstatement service and we fail to help, your refund is $2,850.)

However, we don't even want to try to reinstate the account unless you really want to. For three reasons:

First, we assume that you're in a better position to determine if you really want to try. We have no interest in selling you on 'what you need.'

We are repulsed by fear-based selling. And we have no interest in preying on the often sorted-emotions related to suspensions.