Thursday, April 3, 2008


It is so very difficult to understand why eBay would abruptly advise sellers that their business sales will end with only a notice from March 25, 2008 to March 31, 2008.

Being in disagreement with policy changes are not the issue as much as the time allowed to switch from listing 100's if not 1000's of digital items.

I am in disbelief that eBay would implement a policy change and enforce it by ending sellers listing with so little, almost no lead-time.

This astounds me.. It is hurtful that eBay would knowingly put so many sellers out of business at the drop of a hat.

There is something so evil about what they have done with, frankly, no notice at all (what is 7 days?), that I am expecting some retaliation.

The bomb they dropped will not go without firing back.

Making policy changes is one matter; however, making those changes knowing they were putting 100’s of people out of business is devastating.

In all my understanding of decency and the consideration to livelihoods, I am in awe over eBay’s immediate implementation to devastate so many people without allowing them to find safety from the bomb dropped. In other words, a minimum of 25-day notice would have been destruction enough!

I am so very saddened by this display of selfish, callous, indifferent, insensible, heartless, unfeeling, and hardhearted corporate action from a Public Company that is based in the United States of America.

My God, what has corporate America really become?

Evil begets evil….

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