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2 thoughts on “Putting the eBay Fall Seller Update 2017 into Context”

  1. One solution here is not to opt into the Free Returns program.

    And EBay wants those whose images are stolen to join the “Pay For Play” VeRo program. I am rolling on the floor laughing. So if someone steals my photos, I am supposed to give EBay money to file a claim against them, and take them to court? Biggest non-answer ever, and extremely insulting.

    Also, next Spring, all listings will be matched to an (incomplete and malfunctioning) catalog?? Another laugher. When their business goes even more in the toilet because of these changes, it will be confirmed that EBay has made a big mistake here.

  2. “Beginning this fall, refund up to 50% of the item price if the return is damaged or missing parts.”

    well the scammers are already on that one for jewelry – they get it – they wear it or don’t like it – they simply pop out a stone and claim damaged – this is going to be anightmare

    AND steal my pictures? ROFL nobody would even want to steal mine – I never set out in life to be a photographer but I do keep plugging away at it. I’ll be the one benefiting over that

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