EBay Complaint - EBay Uses Double Standards To Fit Their Own Agenda
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA -- I had intended to become an eBay seller in fine stamps when all the changes began to swamp sellers. The latest ones have been almost unbearable for both good buyers and sellers alike.
That eBay operated for their own interest is an unquestionable statement. I have bee having problems with being held to terms of the user Agreement that actually has conflicting portions with that agreement. eBay does care one way or another and I have never seen a company operate with a flawed Standard Operating Procedure with conflkicting provisions. We members agreed to abide by that User Agreement but when the rules are being applied differently across the board in a highly subjective manner as well, utter chaos abounts resulting in a cacophany that tightens the muscles that create tension headaches.
I even submitted those conflicting portions along with how it is effecting us memebrs. People are being NARUd unfairly, especially if they are vocal in an effort to bring them under a blanket of silence.
I could never sell under those circumstances where a buyer who is not knowledgeable about DSRs, etc, can literally ruin a business. That is extremely poor judgement. That same type of poor management and oversight is passed down to the lowest worker. Training and morale are also extremely bad as is evidenced by employhees who have the gumption to speak out.
I have been NARUd as of today,13 Jan,09 for such dastardly deeds as posting links to the USPS in reagrds to the upcoming price increase and using an occasional mild curse word on the eBay Blogs. There are exceptions for blog use which allows for mild profanity and linkage as long as it doesn’t encourage off eBay selling. I have been a memeber since 2003 with almost 5000 pourchases and many many thousands of dollars spent. I am questioning whether or not I will even return to eBay and utilize other web sites for stamp sales and auctions. That would be a shame because I spend good hard money for the fine offerings found on eBay, but enough is enough.