Using multiple accounts
There are many reasons why users would choose to have more than one eBay account. For example, users who like to buy and sell may want separate accounts for each activity. Other users who maintain businesses on eBay may prefer to manage separate accounts for different product lines.
Whether you have one account or more, eBay expects users to manage each of their accounts effectively in order to meet the highest buyer and seller standards. These standards and rules regarding performance, risk, and best practices are applicable for each account and help ensure a safe and positive experience on eBay.
Users are expected to resolve issues as they arise, and follow the steps provided by eBay to bring accounts back into good standing before continuing to buy or sell with other accounts. Learn more about how to increase limits on your account.
Make sure you follow these guidelines. If you don’t, you may be subject to a range of actions, including limits of your buying and selling privileges and suspension of your account.
What are the guidelines?
Users may have multiple accounts on eBay. We understand that there are various reasons why someone would choose to have more than one account.
Registering new accounts or using other existing accounts to avoid buying and selling restrictions or limits or other policy consequences.
Why does eBay have this policy?
Whether users have one account or multiple accounts, eBay expects users will manage each of their accounts effectively, follow the rules, and do all that they can to ensure their experiences on eBay go well. Following these guidelines helps ensure the highest buyer and seller standards are met.