Just to clarify, canceling an E-junkie subscription does not delete the entire account linked to that subscription; it just cancels the monthly payment plan for that account, disables the Seller functions of that account 20 days after you miss a monthly payment, and removes any products set up in that account 30 days after you miss a monthly payment. We actually keep a record of those products in our database in case you need to revive them later; they just get marked as Removed, rather than completely deleted.
However, the real problem is that for the Transaction ID you provided, that auction was apparently set up to send payment to the wrong PayPal Email -- i.e., a different PayPal Email than what you currently have entered in the Edit Profile screen for your currently active account. The PayPal Email which received payment for that transaction happens to match the PayPal Email you'd entered in your older, inactive account.
Basically, the way our eBay integration works, by entering our IPN URL in your PayPal account settings, that tells PayPal how to notify our system whenever they complete a payment for you. When we receive an IPN (Instant Payment Notification) from PayPal, we first try to match up the PayPal Email which received the payment to the current PayPal Email in an active E-junkie seller account, then we try to match the auction Title with the Item Name of a current product in that seller's account.
If you happen to have your PayPal account set up with a primary email and any secondary emails, you can't just mix/match those emails for your eBay auctions if you want us to process those orders for you; your auctions have to send payment to the same PayPal Email that's entered in your E-junkie account profile.