Confirming your PayPal account is easy to do if you have been banned from PayPal and would like to establish a new account for selling on eBay. You first need to understand how bank routing numbers work because many account suspensions are due to one single piece of information being linked to another account such as your bank routing number for example. The Lexisnexis database logs all types of information for a person and eBay and PayPal rely on this data base to reject or approve accounts. You will want to use a different routing number when confirming your bank account with PayPal. You can do this by simply starting a new bank account at another bank or by simply fooling the Lexisnexis bot when you add a bank to your PayPal account. Once you add a bank account to your profile the Lexisnexis bot crawls your PayPal account to scrutinize information on your account, your bank routing is one of them. You should actually use a routing number from your bank but from another state while still using your own account number. Your two deposits from PayPal will not work at this point. These means you will have to call PayPal and tell them over the phone you can’t confirm your bank and that you entered the wrong routing number, ask the lady to input the correct number for you while on the phone. Make sure you reach someone in the US from PayPal and not a call center or just hang up. The PayPal trust and safety rep over the phone will then insert the correct routing number to your account manually thwarting the crawl. You now have a verified PayPal account for business. Good luck!