To post a power leveling offer on PlayerAuctions, sellers must be authorized power levelers.
How can I become a Power Leveler?
To become an approved power leveler, simply send us an email at: email@example.com There are two requirements:
1. Your PlayerAuctions account registered and active as a seller.
2. A $70 deposit for each power leveling order the seller plans to execute at the same time. For example, if a seller wishes to fulfil 5 simultaneous power leveling orders, then the required deposit is $350.
How do I receive my deposit back?
The refund process is simple, provided a few conditions are met.
Sellers can request a refund of their deposit fund once both of the following are true:
1. 90 days have passed since the deposit was received.
2. The seller has no power leveling orders being processed or power leveling offers on the marketplace.
How many power leveling offers can I list at the same time?
Each approved power leveling can list up to 20 offers for a specific game at any given time. For example, a seller may have 20 power leveling for OSRS while having 20 offers for WoW TBC power leveling and so on and so forth for different games. The limit is game-specific.
This rule is in-place to ensure a competitive and fair market for all of our sellers.
How many orders can I fulfil at the same time?
A seller may list up to 20 power leveling offers at the same time, for example a WoW TBC seller may offer Arena Carries, Level Boosting, and Raid Carries simultaneously. However, they can only fulfil the number of orders that their power leveling deposit covers.
If a seller has paid a power leveling deposit of $70, they would be able to fulfil a maximum of one order. To use the example above, if a buyer purchases an Arena Carry, the Level Boosting and Raid Carry offers would no longer be visible until the seller fulfils the initial order.
If a seller wishes to, and has the capacity to, fulfil multiple orders at the same time then they must have paid the appropriate deposit. $140 for two orders, $210 for three and so on and so forth.
Is there an upper limit on power leveling order capacity?
Provided sellers abide by the limit of 20 offers per game, and pay the required deposit, no. Sellers may fulfil as many offers, across different games, as they wish and are able to cover with their deposit.