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Improved seller protection from PayPal will soon provide all eBay sellers the same great coverage currently offered only to PowerSellers. Starting in September, all sellers will be protected on eligible transactions against claims, charge backs and reversals for unauthorized payments, and merchandise not received for items they ship to buyers in 190 markets worldwide--all at no extra cost. Even better: no more coverage limit. Plus you're covered for any shipping address--confirmed or unconfirmed--for items sold on eBay as long as you ship to the address on the transactions details page.

Get more exposure in search results
To help showcase all good sellers--even new sellers and lower volume sellers--we've lowered the number of DSRs required to get a promotion in Best Match search results. Now if you have just 3 DSR ratings from your buyers over the past 30 days, and you have scores of 4.7 or better in all four ratings, you can enjoy a boost in exposure for your listings.

Bringing holiday buyers
This holiday season you'll see some exciting changes designed to bring more eager shoppers to your listings and help you close more sales--even on big ticket items. It's all about helping shoppers find more of what they're looking for quickly and easily, and making sure they can buy on eBay in confidence.

"Pay with PayPal and you're covered."
Big news for holiday shoppers: starting in September, PayPal Buyer Protection will cover the full purchase price and original shipping costs--with no coverage limit. See eligibility.

New item page helps make the sale
We've redesigned the item page to make it easy for buyers and help you spur the sale. With 200% bigger pictures, a countdown timer in the last 24 hours, and the key information buyers want right upfront, the redesigned page makes your items really pop. More of your relevant listings are featured to encourage even more sales. The page is rolling out gradually with full launch targeted for the end of this year or early 2009. Get your listings ready now:
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Include critical item information if you don't already;
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Inspire more sales: offer shipping discounts for multiple
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This came from an eBay alert, and this only applies to eBay transactions :(
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I dont really get the unconfirmed thing. Why would they even encourage shipping to an unconfirmed address in the first place, wouldnt this just increase buyer fraud? Even if the seller isnt liable (supposedly) it still seems odd to me.
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The seller is always liable. They're not really improving anything. Note that the fine print says you need to show proof of delivery. If the buyer signs with a ⊗⊗⊗⊗ name when he gets the package, you're not covered.
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HI:
Ive only had the "signature unknown" thing come up twice--BUT--with ups,
you can file a "Denial of signature"--then they have to pay the claim..OR-in my 2 cases--
they went out to the buyers house--then i get an email--"OH--we found the pkg"--
I think it must go against the drivers record if they continually loose pkgs??
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