I believe that. I had trouble with brands I was previously listing with few restrictions. If the restrictions were in place, I almost feel like they moved it when I started listing more. I hit on Burberry, Hermés, Chanel, Bally, PRL and a number of others. Thanks for that helpful info! The second person I spoke with made it sound like it was going to be no problem, so I was surprised to get an email that said I was denied a raise in limits. The third person (when I called back right after the email) wasn't helpful at all. She just kept saying that there are restrictions in place. I would ask "Okay, which brands are limited?" and she'd say "I wouldn't know that, you'd have to ask the original customer service agent." I'd then ask "What can I do to raise these limits?" and she'd quote straight from the web site " Well, we limit certain brands for certain users in order to fight counterfeiting." It just went on and on. I'm fine if they want to monitor my account, so hopefully I have a pretty good track record by the time they review it again. I do understand why they have certain restrictions, but when someone calls to have their specific case examined, that should immediately lift the ban, in my opinion. They can see what I'm trying to list, they can see my location and they have my name, address and bank details. Once it's clear that I'm not selling 500 pairs of Ray-Bans at €20 each from China, it should be fairly obvious that I'm not trying to abuse the system. /rant Thanks to all for the helpful info, I'll let you all know if I get a new limit!