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eBay Inc. (EBAY) Message Board

  • idontcareitsheadedup idontcareitsheadedup Mar 9, 2005 2:14 PM Flag

    Sellers are dropping Paypal acceptance

    like a hot rock. My friend won 6 auctions this week and "1" thats right "1" accepted Paypal, with this being the standard line for why Paypal was not accepted...........

    If you would like to email me before or after auction it is

    Buyer to pay all shipping costs

    Personal checks require a 10 day hold

    Money orders and cashiers checks will ship within 48 hours of receipt



    EBAY has no growth potential anymore and you people need to understand that. You made a ton of money over the years this is true but the days of insane growth through only raising fees on Ebay and Paypal every 6 months is over.

    Better look for more significant signs that your company is looking for new ways to increase revenue than with these silly,'s etc etc. Sores closing left and right people dropping paypal left and right the writing is on the wall.

    But you still keep living in the fantasy of the past 5 years without stepping back and taking a serious look at what the future holds, the real future not hype and pipe dreams like Ebay China for christ sakes.

    Look at Ebay China repros, insane shipping and questionable listings (fraud). Take a week and serious do DD and see whats going on at the various sites, look at sellers descriptions and see who has stopped accepting Paypal, look at the real way revenue growth came.

    Ebay started out $2 a listing with a resrve no matter what the value. They upped it every six months and added other fees like 10 day lsitings, Bold Titles etc etc.

    Thtas reality no bashing just honestly looking at Ebay with no emotion which most of you longterm believers that made so much money in the past need to look at if you can.

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