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"As part of the spring 2009 Update, announced on April 14, we introduced new programs that involve some changes to eBay’s User Agreement.

eBay Purchase Protection
The biggest change to the agreement is the addition of eBay Resolutions and the new eBay Purchase Protection policy. eBay is now going to run the purchase protection program instead of requiring buyers to go to PayPal. The new User Agreement incorporates the new policy and describes the legal parameters.

As with earlier updates to the User Agreement, we’ve made other minor changes to reflect eBay’s current product and service offerings and industry legal standards. You'll see references to, “eBay site, services and tools” where the old agreement simply reads, “eBay site.” These changes reflect the many new ways you can access eBay’s offerings through other websites, wireless devices, and tools. We’ve also highlighted a few sections of the agreement, based on our interpretation of state regulations.

The new User Agreement is effective immediately for new members registering on or after today, and on June 8, 2009, for current members. You don’t need to do anything to accept the new User Agreement. If you don't wish to accept it, you can follow these instructions to close your account.

Thank you for being a part of the eBay Community.

Sincerely,
Scott Shipman
Senior Counsel
eBay Inc."

Ebay Purchase Protection, This might be good or bad. It will depend on which side ebay will favor the most-The Buyer or the Seller? Unlike Paypal who side with the buyers 95% of the time.

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Why do I have a feeling it will be the same BS as with paypal? Ebay may just forward the claims to paypal and so PayPal will still be running the disputes show and looking like Ebay is behind it all - I think one word summarizes this - well 3, ease of convenience!

Why do you think that its only paypal payments they can do this with? Dumb question!

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lol I see it now... whats going to happen is first you'll have to fight them in ebay.. then after they lose that dispute you'll have to fight them in paypal.. then when they lose that dispute you'll have to fight a chargeback.... Triple Layer Buyer Protection Plan...
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I swear Google Checkout is gonna be the death of paypal
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Wishful thinking....eh!
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Thank you for being a part of the eBay Community, you help us run smoothly so we can screw you over 3 times or was it 4?
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I thought it was at least 10 times.... or is that PP.
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