eBay cross-links stores if they have matching names, IP addresses, bank cards or PayPal accounts, device models, cookie files and many other parameters. As we’ve said before, if one account is banned, all cross-linked ones may get banned too.
Creating a separate email, bank account, and a name for each account takes time, but it’s at least possible. But what can you do with the device model and IP address, if you use your personal laptop to manage each store? The solution is to spoof your device parameters that platforms use to track your accounts — your digital fingerprint
. An antidetect multi-accounting browser will help you with that.
You can safely manage multiple eBay stores anonymously using such a browser. To do so, you will need to create a separate profile in a multi-accounting browser for each of your eBay accounts. A multi-accounting browser will spoof their digital fingerprints, and all your accounts will look like separate unlinkable entities to the platform.
Multi-accounting browsers often have other useful features. For instance, Octo Browser allows you to work in a team without worrying about device fingerprints, automate routine processes and use templates, and use tags for easier profile management. If you’re curious about other useful features Octo Browser offers to e-commerce, check out our article
on the topic!