I tried to set up an affiliate account with eBay (eBay Partners), and they declined my request. I filled out everything correctly, I just don't know why they didn't accept my application. Any suggestions or comments?
Same thing happened to me. I submitted an application and then about five days later I received the following response:
Thank you for applying to the eBay Partner Network. Unfortunately, we cannot accept your application at this time. If you have questions regarding this process, please contact eBay Partner Network customer support.
Search the forums - a lot of people got rejected. Nobody knows why...
I got accepted a long time ago (10-11 months). I heard (not a good source) that they aren't accepting too many applications because people think it to be a "get rich quick" thing and everyone is applying at once.
Thanks a lot guys. I bet you're right thranax, probably too many people were applying and now they only accept a few applications. Thanks everybody!
Ebay is very particular about who they allow in. Keep trying. They want to see a good quality website that you will use to promote them. So if you have a good website, just list that as your page even if you don't plan on putting ebay on it.
Just keep trying, they are very choosy.
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