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I do know that there are regular sellers and power sellers. In order to become a power seller, you must sell over x amount per month. From what I have heard, they are very quick to contact you when you reach that amount and offer you power seller status. If you go to their site and look up info about power selling, you can find out the sale amount required.
I didn't see anywhere in the registration that had a field like 'company name' or anything of the sort, so I didn't know if there is a registration for a company and an individual, or if they are one in the same.
I don't yet have a corporate charge card, but could get one, however the corporate checking account would be another story. I suppose you HAVE to have a checking account?
Then if you start selling tons and tons of stuff, you can move up to a powerseller account... and I'd imagine they'll let you know if that becomes the case.
But, if you have a company, you can sell your overstock, or even your regular stock. eBay has some great seller's guides to help you get started.
If you are planning to go all out with selling (like your making more than petty cash) you really need to get a selling managing program. eBay offers their own, but several other companies offer them as well, like andale. This will help you to keep track of listing and email notification.