What's the problem? She's correct. People decide about a workforce at their place of business - not the business itself. Businesses are NOT people.
Yes, would be considered a drop-ship. But, you're putting your faith in the Chinese to deliver your goods in a timely fashion. Getting them into the States quickly might bring you trouble. Good luck.
No, I just wasn't here at that time. I have a life, and not always lingering around, unlike you.
What are you smoking? Paypal will never be accepted at Amazon, no matter who owns or doesn't own them.
I want to believe you, and wish things could be different with eBay. But the new guy coming in, isn't much different from the CEO they've had. It will be more of the same. It's not about making eBay great, it's about those higher ups lining their pockets at yours, mine, and everyone else's expense.
You hit the nail - if you managed to grasp repeat customers, you're in better shape than most. But it's got nothing to do with eBay; it's your personal customer service that keeps customers going back to you. A seller who does not have repeat buyers, has almost zero chance of surviving on eBay.
Yes, yes. By next week, it will be back down again. If eBay just did some good, honest business, they could be above 100.