In 2008, college-gurl wrote,
"I am having the same (eBay Seller Fees Recurring Billing Payment) problem. I have been charged 2.09 every month through my paypal account with my bank account. I have been with ebay since 2002 and never had a problem. I have tried removing my bank account on paypal to only find paypal has re-added it so they can take the 2.09 from my account as reoccurring seller fees. I have no store nor do I have any subscriptions. i have tried canceling my ebay but i can't because there has been a transaction within 30 days. I am sad to cancel my account after so many years, but i haven't sold anything on ebay for two months and i am still getting this fee charged to me. "
This is just blatantly stealing money for one time seller. F* you ebay/paypay!
Here's another one:
"I started selling on Ebay this fall, but have not sold any thing for a couple months. Why am I getting charged 'Ebay Seller Fees Recurring Billing Payment'?
Did I miss something in the fine print somewhere? Does this happen to all sellers?"
-Luke (Jan 2009)
I don't have an ebay store. I don't have any item currently listed. Nothing. I have zero sale last month. I just spring clean a few items and bam! Google "ebay recurring fee" and there are complaints similar to mine dating back to 08 even for selling 1 item. I am down over $3 and this gets me as dishonest practice. What ticks me off more is thinking how long ebay has been getting away with this and how much money they have stolen under the disquise that "you probably accidently sign up to be dinged monthly when you decided to sell an item." I don't believe it because I am a web programmer.
IPO = "Initial Public Offering" is a lie. This is one of wall street's scam that no one in the media call them on. Twitter's shares were made available to retail investors, the public, at $45 dollars, the real IPO price. So guess what? TWTR IS BELOW IPO PRICE.
.. as i said ekdamjhakas .. u r a computer and need everything written in perfect english and explained in great detail so that it makes sense to u .. u hv zero ability to interpret anything ...
1. No patent so nothing stop copycats like instagram or snapchat or google+.
2. Not very hard to duplicate so why would msft or anyone want to buy TWTR out if they can make it in less than two months? Remember Yahoo not selling to MSFT? What happen? They made their own search engine.
3. Growth in US has peaked. Can only expect downhill from here.
4. Growth in developing countries rising as Twitter isn't making money on freeloader. Same to the copycats.
5. Never made a profit in 8 years. Don't forget about having to break even first before making a profit.
6. It's a fad that has peak and declining. Might not be around in another 8 years.
7. When the company has to promise not to dump their shares, add mute button, saying "Twitter believes in itself", bad sign that you're on very shaky grounds.
But shorts are celebrating in their place. Ironic.
Longs will being having steak tonight!
Same article pumped 5x. A 6th article has "bloomberg says" in the title.
Bloomberg keeps pumping this baby:
Researcher predicts Twitter to increase 34% in Asia, Bloomberg says
Wall street want to sell that to you.
Big IPO... No Profit. Then you start thinking... no profit??? How the heck does a business survive for 8 years of no profit??? And quite possibly never make a profit in the next 5-10 years??? Yeah, you keep loading yourself up on a stock that was supposed to be a penny stock and hope the world never wakes up to this realization.
I'll say Twitter will never make a profit and that analyst's projection of 2015 profit is a bunch of bull dreamed up by the wall street scammers.
Bloomberg is getting desperate 5 same articles with 3 different titles: 3 on yahoo and 2 on their sites. It's like they must get the words out.
Twitter Is Big (And Seen Getting Bigger) in Asia - bloomberg
Twitter Is Getting Bigger in Asia Amid Slowing User Growth -bloomberg
Twitter Is Getting Bigger in Asia Amid Slowing User Growth - yahoo
Twitter Is Getting Bigger in Asia Amid Decelerating User Growth - yahoo
Twitter Is Big (And Seen Getting Bigger) in Asia - yahoo