When I first joined HubPages, I applied for ebay. I hardly had any hubs at that time and was denied. I'd like to try again, but when I do make an attempt it says I already have account and I can't figure out how to re apply. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated!
Unfortunately (I had the same issue), you can't sign up as a hubber anymore. You're going to need to apply directly as a webmaster. If you have a blog or website, try using that instead.
I actually lost my account details so I had to start from scratch.
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