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4 thoughts on “Two Schools of Thought on Why eBay Is Re-Running FVF Promo”

  1. I never received an invitation even though I always have before. Maybe the invitations never went out because their IT idiots do not know how to run a mailing list.

    eBay = Dead Man Walking

  2. Generally, only the people you see on their 25% promo lists are their big sellers or special people. Probably quite a few are eBay employees I would think.

    Never had a request to be part of one of these, but my three other accounts all get the same offer. “Get 10% eBucks up to a maximum of $100 on a single transaction. 5 transactions are allowed during this period”

    Go figure, it’s the same period as the other promo. Not buying a single thing.

  3. I received an invitation to the first one, but not the second. However, I was invited to a similar FVF sale a few months ago. While I am, of course, happy to have a discount on FVF, I noticed a significant drop in sales (almost down to nothing) immediately following my opting in to BOTH of these similar sales. I have no way to know that the FVF sale and the drop in sales are connected, but with the same thing happening the second time, I wonder what the chances are that it’s just a coincidence?

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