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Question selling ⊗⊗⊗⊗ on ebay - illegal under all circumstances

how do you can sell ⊗⊗⊗⊗ stuff on ebay without being suspended for just listing your item?
is your competitor can tell Ebay that you are selling ⊗⊗⊗⊗ to just get your account suspended?
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never say it is ⊗⊗⊗⊗ in auction....be very vague. just list it with a really cheap price and don't answer questions when asked. say actual item is pictured & all sales are final.
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this place is not created to support unhonest sellers.
If you sell ⊗⊗⊗⊗ you will have to deal with it on your own
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never say it is ⊗⊗⊗⊗ in auction....be very vague. just list it with a really cheap price and don't answer questions when asked. say actual item is pictured & all sales are final.
yep, that seems to be how it's done. i have heard that whether or not you offer international shipping might cause a problem too
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I'm confused. I thought most people were here to break Ebay policy and get back on Ebay. Is that not being dishonest? So few as you can take such a moral high road.
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There is a difference between breaking policy and breaking the law. There's a line. Fuzzy as it may be, it's still there.
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I've gone on the record before saying that anyone expecting to buy an LV bag, Rolex watch, etc for 5-10 cents on the dollar (or less) is one of the following:
1)knows it is priced so low because it is a knockoff
2)thinks it might be real, but is stolen
3)is taking advantage of a naive seller who doesn't know what it is really worth

In any event they are just as dishonest!
"you can't cheat an honest man" W.C. Fields
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I agree. We're in a shade of grey when it comes to eBay. But I for one have never scammed a buyer or attempted to sale a faulty item. EBay's rules are such that it's sometimes hard for the common seller to follow without breaking. Thus we're here.
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lmao ebaykilla, you sound like you're experienced . And I don't care, if you don't want to help him don't answer. But don't disrespect.
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No matter how you go about it, enjoy it while it lasts because no matter what you do you will get VeRO'd
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Depends on what you sell and where it comes from.
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yep, most likely. That's why you should probably give up selling items that'll
"stand out". Especially when you're not legit in the first place . But if you insist on trying it, then listen to ebaykilla.
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Ahhhh! Then it is the degrees of dishonesty. Whether a black lie or a little white lie, the person is still a liar. I'm just not sure that because most of us are little white liars we should have the right to look down on someone else. LOL!
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exactly
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No it's about breaking the law. Not about lies. Ebay has policy. Ebay doesn't have laws. Ebay conforms to laws as does everyone else. You don't go to jail for breaking an ebay policy. There is a big difference between.

To clarify: If you knowingly sell something that you acquired through dishonest means directly or indirectly, you have broken a law. Policy is not law. It can be, but it isn't by default. Laws are almost always policy, written or not.
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No it's about breaking the law. Not about lies. Ebay has policy. Ebay doesn't have laws. Ebay conforms to laws as does everyone else. You don't go to jail for breaking an ebay policy. There is a big difference between.

To clarify: If you knowingly sell something that you acquired through dishonest means directly or indirectly, you have broken a law. Policy is not law. It can be, but it isn't by default. Laws are almost always policy, written or not.
wow. you've got a point there. Touché, I stand corrected. But I still think we shouldn't just shove him off when he asks a question like that. We're all in the same boat...basically.
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Yep, leaky holes and all
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some people like buying ⊗⊗⊗⊗ stuff. who am i to judge.....it's not my thing though. in my city, some people have no issues buying ⊗⊗⊗⊗ stuff as long as it looks good.
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I am very pleased with my $35 Rolex Daytona automatic...the same watch that I have had friends thrilled to be able toget ahold of for $150...nice little profit and they are happy...do you really think they would've spent $5000+ on a real one? Who is hurting Rolex's sales by doing something like this?

As for people liking to buy ⊗⊗⊗⊗ stuff, how else can you explain someone spending $20,000 for a kit that will make a 110mph tod end speed car look like a Lambourgini? For $20,000 you can buy a zillion cars right out of the showroom that are faster that the Lambo was 15 years ago.
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selling ⊗⊗⊗⊗ is really not worth it, unless that's all you plan to do. a lot of work opening and closing various ebay/paypal accounts. better to just try to find a legit item to sell.
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i agree depends on where you get your ⊗⊗⊗⊗ if you know what to look for and how to present them. and what kind of ⊗⊗⊗⊗ you are selling. now if sold ⊗⊗⊗⊗ it sure wouldnt be watches cause i know nothing about them and the good ones are over 1k on ebay so i dont want to get someone pissed off at me for selling a 200 dollar replica for 1k yikes... now things i know what im talking about and have expperiance with maybe, LOL
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No matter how you go about it, enjoy it while it lasts because no matter what you do you will get VeRO'd
your right....I couldn't have said it better myself....NO MATTER WHAT U DO "REAL" OR "⊗⊗⊗⊗" you will be verod at some point and time....I know powersellers who got kicked off ebay for items ebay says they think is ⊗⊗⊗⊗.
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