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Two Policies eBay doesn't talk about
« on: April 08, 2013, 10:47:48 PM »
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eBay sellers have been reporting two types of encounters on the site in recent days that they hadn't run into previously. And though they aren't necessarily resulting from new policies, it's news to these sellers and likely signals an increase in implementation and enforcement on the part of eBay.

I'm talking about eBay Seller Limits and mandatory Buyer Protection Funding, two areas eBay doesn't talk much about. If you haven't heard of them yet, you may soon find yourself encountering them on eBay.



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Re: Two Policies eBay doesn't talk about
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2013, 11:20:18 AM »
Seller limits have been around for years
Since Tiffany sued eBay for not removing fakes

I've got over 9000 feedback and been selling since 1999
I asked Griff this very same question on April 3rd when I met him in Colorado Springs
I was told it dont matter.  eBay won't tell you the brands it limits
eBay won't tell you how to get the limit raised etc
Yet eBay tells me I should open a store
Lmao, a store with a limit of 50 Ralph Lauren item
How on earth can it be worth it?
eBay won't tell me that

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