- If you become inactive on Facebook, it is possible to deactivate your account but it will never expire.
- If you deactivate your account, your account and any associated data still exists and if you return to the site, your account and the data associated with it is still there.
- You can also reverse a deactivation by logging back in with your username and password.
Do You Have A nectar Account Associated With Your eBay Account?
eBay accounts are automatically closed after 180 days of inactivity.
eBay has a “deactivated” status for accounts that have been inactive for at least 12 months. Accounts may be deactivated if they are not used in the past year and there is no sign of activity.
eBay has not deleted any accounts, but it does remove inactive accounts from the site. Inactive accounts are those that have not been logged into for a year or more.
eBay does not close inactive accounts. However, they do monitor activity on the account and may close it if there is no activity for a certain period of time.
eBay is suspending accounts because they are trying to filter out fake sellers. Fake sellers are people that create new eBay accounts and then use them to sell items without ever paying for them. This is illegal, so eBay is suspending the accounts of these fake sellers.
Yes, eBay can take money from your PayPal account. They do this by charging a fee for all payments made through PayPal.
eBay is a public company, so it is owned by the general public.
Log in to your account and go to the “My eBay” section on the left side of the page.
Click “Account” on the drop-down menu.
Click “Close My Account”.
Enter your password and click “Close My Account”.
No, you cannot create a new eBay account if your account is suspended. You can only create a new account if you have been banned from the site.