It's not a fight to shut down ebay. It's just to show that people don't agree with their new pricing. Look through some of the names on the list. The one right below me has 70 pages of stuff for sale RIGHT NOW. There are over 6,000 people on the list already, say 20% of them sell mass quantities of items constantly, it WILL get attention.this coming from the guy with a constant eBay sales link in his sigline?
All that kinda crap is bs, IMHO. Good luck shutting down a community that's bigger than most countries in the world.
I agree with this for the most part, but you could have made that same aregument for carnigee (Spelling) steel, Standard Oil were both created from the ground up.just read the article on cnn, i'm all for the users voicing their opinion and expressing their right to boycott, BUT its free enterprise, ebay is a company, they have the right to make their own policy, you cant accuse them for having a monopoly when they built theirselves from the ground up just like anyone else has the opportunity to do so
Now that is some bul. I mainly just buy anyway, and pay about the same time the auction ends (Paypal) so it doesn't affect me that much.the biggest greif I have with thier new bs they came out with, if your a seller, you can receive negitive feedback, but you can no longer leave negitive feedback for buyers.
so they are going to get scum of the earth bidding on auctions, never paying who have 100% posistive feedback.
Um, no...Probably the exact opposite actually. But, using your infinite knowledge, please explain how you figure.well i guess the week of the 18th will be when to get the cheapest shit off of ebay then huh.