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Yep, you read it right. This guy has 11535 negatives and is still at 98.3% positive. That's because he has 669027 positives. Insane!!!

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HI-- Yes, just like the Platypus, Bargain Land... (thats the name Meg gave him at a Convention one year for those of you that are new)
BTW-- they have -0- listings now, but are still registered..have their own site now..Maybe the fees were too much running 20,000 auctions/day??
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That seller has to work for Ebay in trust and safety department or has connections......I almost certain of this
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OMG, how can you have over 87,000+ auctions listed at one time? It's like eBay is listing them! LOL
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^^^They are..Its an employee
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gotta be an employee.
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HI- I disagree..
Why does it have to be an employee?
--If that were the case--then why not erase the negs?? Why let them there for everyone to see?
--Its just a high volume seller, one of the Originals..these folks have been in the Ebay Top 100 every year.. They get special vip invites to all the parties..

BTW- look closer at what theyre selling-- its all the "Pallets of garbage"..from Taiwan, overstocks, breakages, RTV mdse, etc.. nothing uncommon..

You can buy an entire 40 ft trailer for like $5800-$8500, every day.(thats about 22-26 pallets)
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I guess we have all heard the rumor that ebay/paypal employees take your supplier info so they can buy from them and start selling..LOL
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How automated do you have to be and how many employees to have 87K+ auctions listed at one time? Didn't eBay want to limit people who mass listed auctions just a short while ago? Wasn't that their excuse for raising listing fees and limiting the amount of listings per same item for sellers last year?
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If you use Turbo Lister, Have a Store, not a problem, I managed 4 PS accts, 1200 listings on one, another 1600 between the other 3,, all myself..Whats TRICKY..is keeping up with your ebay fees...
It can be $89 friday afternoon, Monday morning, almost $3,000... (so I started paying Daily)..Very Easy to rack up $15,ooo in fees...with too many presses of the keys...

__ if you have 4-5 people in the warehouse--pulling + packing, a quality control person, 3-4 fast office girls, Photographer, and 1 manager, and 1 buyer--you can do it..have daily pickups twice, from ups/fedex and usps. LARGE holding area.. Keep goods seperated.Palletized by Auction day-i.e. Day1, day2,etc.

And see-theyre Grandfathered in, so their Paypal Limits reset monthly- so if they did $200k in Jan, to do $240k in feb is only 20% inc..no holds.
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sounds like my exhusband! Rofl
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Naw. It is my Uncle Fester and he is a confirmed bachelor. But interesting the
F/Bs by so many newbies. Mind boggles there.
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ROFL.....the image of 'newbies' giving feedback to a 'confirmed bachelor'. LOL Sorry, lifting my mind out of the gutter as we speak!
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HI- I disagree..
Why does it have to be an employee?
--If that were the case--then why not erase the negs?? Why let them there for everyone to see?
--Its just a high volume seller, one of the Originals..these folks have been in the Ebay Top 100 every year.. They get special vip invites to all the parties..

BTW- look closer at what theyre selling-- its all the "Pallets of garbage"..from Taiwan, overstocks, breakages, RTV mdse, etc.. nothing uncommon..

You can buy an entire 40 ft trailer for like $5800-$8500, every day.(thats about 22-26 pallets)
Naw if they erase their negatives, buyers will complain to Ebay plain and simple
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What's funny is that most of his auctions start at $0.01 and end at around $0.03 or $0.05 :D
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^^ Time to stock up
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Wow this guy is still selling. Crazy!! Ebay loves him from the amount he pay thats why they let him live so long. Im just hoping google comes out with its own auction
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It's not an employee. What employee could maintain a job at any company and then do his own thing to the tune of that many auctions.

Get off your conspiracy theories. If an account is selling legitimate stuff, it can stay up despite negatives. As I have posted, negs are actually pretty low on the totem pole for getting suspended.
LOL Your the same person that said people dont get robbed off craigslist remember??

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this ebay dude probably has like 50 people working for him...insane.
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Of course.. It doesn't matter the total # of neg fb's as ebay sees it. They only look at it as whether or not the seller stays under a certain ratio of negative (or neutral) feedbacks to total feedbacks. I don't know what the trigger for exactly what percentage you have to stay under is, though.
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What's funny is that most of his auctions start at $0.01 and end at around $0.03 or $0.05 :D
I'm almost sure he/she/they is making their profit from shipping alone.. Check out this one auction of theirs below, where the little cable only goes for 50 cents, but the shipping is $4.94 .. only $4.49 for each additional item! (how generous of them LOL) And this for "standard flat rate shipping".. hmmm

http://ngvi.ebay.com/vi?ngvi&backtoi...ga%2Bx%2F4g%3D
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If this isn't abusing ebay (by putting 90% of the cost into the shipping) what is?
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