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I've just received this email from eBay saying my account is suspended.

I am totally bemused. I registered on the 20/01/2008, and since being registered I have not bought/sold/bid or anything except search for books on my account.

I honestly have no idea what they are playing at, slightly worried and concerned to be honest.

Has anyone else had this problem?
31st Jan 2008, 20:09   | tags:,,,,

r_e_v_a_n_s says:

Where's my phone? I sent you the money weeks ago. Have you even posted it yet?

31st Jan 2008, 22:20

rhys says:

It would be fair play if that was the case. But I'm 100% innocent. I have not broken any terms and conditions.

I just hope they put me back on, and give me an apology, otherwise I will be in my "writing letters to management mood."

31st Jan 2008, 23:58

seaneeboy says:

Careful that it's not a phishing email - I'd try going to www.ebay.co.uk and try to log in - DON'T CLICK ANY LINKS IN THE EMAIL!!!. If that works then it's a fake email and should be deleted.

if it doesn't, they probably have a way of fixing it online.

1st Feb 2008, 12:59

rhys says:

I'm 99% sure it wasn't a phishing email. I went onto eBay, by typing it in the browser, and when I logged in it wouldn't let me, but gave me the same message I recieved in the email.

On the eBay site they had a link warning about those fake emails, and it doesn't fit that criteria.
There was also a reply button on the site when I logged in, so I have sent them a message.

So all in all I think it was eBay who did it, but by mistake - for some obscure reason. I await their reply, usually within 48hrs apparently.

I found this forum discussing it too.

1st Feb 2008, 13:17

OJ says:

That's maddening. I hope they resolve it quickly.

1st Feb 2008, 21:31