Due to the fact that so many people are so easily tricked into giving away their passwords and account information, eBay security is as tight as ever, and is now protecting you from yourself... but not for your own good. I made some one day listings on eBay yesterday. The reason for doing a one day was that I would have liked to get the items out by Christmas. I had listed the auctions from a computer with a different IP than the one that normally accesses my account. Well, 3 hours later I got an email that the listings had been pulled because my account was suspected to have been accessed by a third party. Well of course.. I used a different IP to list them.. This is what I call too much security. Anyway, my account was now locked, and I had to go through their process to get it unlocked. I went on with eBay Live Chat, and they said that it was an error on their part, and that if I relisted the items, they would let me change the end times to end when they originally would have. Turns out that was a no go, and 5 live chat's later, it turned out that I was told the wrong information, and that there was nothing they could do to to make it so the items would end at a decent time if I relisted at that time. I didn't want them to end in the middle of the night, so I could't do anything. Somewhere along the line, my account ended up being locked again, which was annoying because when you unlock your account, you have to set a new password, which can't be one that you have EVER used before, apparently. Good times.. On a positive note, I did get all of the fees refunded, and then some, as a gesture of apology for the inconvenience, which I appreciated. So let this be a lesson to you. If you access you eBay account from different computers, you could be in for an exciting day or two.