I don't think it would be a problem as long as there is a pull plug defense button that only you have control over if you are the power seller I would open another ebay account or use your present one and if something goes wrong you can always change your passwords to lock them out. They can't lock you out as certain info would have to be known by them to change it.
Hi Kalaboss, nice idea, but as Richelle has said, no such animal unfortunately.
You have two concerns with maintaining an account when dealing with eBay One is making sure that you maintain a good level of service to enable your business to survive and to grow. The other is having to keep your account up to eBay's own standards, aside from those of servicing your customers.
Damage to an account can be done in a heart beat if you trust anyone to use it other than yourself, and once that damage is done you have put all you accounts at risk, and eBay don't mess about. They will shoot first and ask questions later, well actually they don't even ask questions later....they just shoot and your eBay accounts are gone!
What many may well not understand, once you loose your eBay account you are not even able to use eBay to purchase items, you're gone completely!