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HI: here's an interesting article I found on another Forum, where an Ebay Employee responds...

Re: What Makes EBay Invincible?
Posted by: ebayman 2003-03-11 03:31:57 In reply to: tuffbarn


I work for eBay investigations. I am sorry to hear you were selling illegal items and trying to rip eBay off, and that we claimed the money you had neglected to pay us when we suspended your account. There are people whose sole purpose in life is to steal, cheat and rob from others. You must be one of these people.
The main thing to remember on eBay is for the buyer to beware. It is the same in all places of business. And FYI- eBay only suspends people after there is more than enough legal proof they committed some sort of fraudulent act- such as yourself. There are strict guidelines from our QC dept. that we must follow or we could be fired. So we never suspend people based on customer complaints alone. And believe me, we do investigate every complaint very thoroughly.
Good luck with your lawsuit against us, dufus. Do you know how many people sue us everyday? Do you know what our win percentage is? Take a guess??? It is 98%. And the 2% we have lost were on cases where the customer was wrong, however due to not following procedure or lack of correct paperwork, we lost by a lame legal rule. Now I know how cops feel when real criminals get off the hook because of some legal loophole. So, have fun wasting your money and feeling stupid in the end.
And for everyone else, eBay does have the best deals around- so enjoy!
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Fascinating. Sounds like a suspended ebay power seller. :D
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That guy probably doesn't work for ebay. I heard ebay has rules that you can't do stuff like that while employed. There was a guy a couple of years ago who responded on a forum to people bitching about ebay and ebay fired him.

Also it is rumored that they make you sign an exit clause when you quit, saying you will never disclose info about ebay etc. or you will be sued and prosecuted.
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sif this guy works for ebay, what a crock of ****
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well if this guy really works for eBay it is nice to see he has not been brainwashed or anything like that
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I think back in 2003 they didn't randomly ban everyone for "abusing ebay" just because the account was new and tried to sell too much at once.

If the person works for ebay, they're anonymous. If they don't, then they're probably a troll.
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i remember those old days, i never had any troubles, vero was around then though but not as tough as nowdays
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I really doubt someone that works for eBay would be bothered to post that. I expect they are used to getting abusing emails or law threats, these guy seems to sound pretty annoyed.
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I remember the very early years. I had a safeharbor monkey (remember those) email me and ask how I could sell my items so cheap.
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wow, that guy sounds like a jerk.
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that is all there is.
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Employees at ebay are required to sign a contract not to do this and ebay from what I hear will go after employees who do this.
If this person is or was an employee or just a seller who got caught ripping someone off, this poster is bad news either way.
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