Cnet News is reporting that ebay sellers are set for a week long boycott over higher fees,
and other policy changes.
 

EBay recently announced plans to raise the commission sellers have to pay for items they sell, which goes into effect on Wednesday. The company also is banning sellers from offering any feedback on buyers, good or bad.
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  1. Carol February 20, 2008 at 9:11 AM  

    Really? That's one of the things I liked most about Ebay. Being able to check the seller's ratings. If I am going to buy something from someone I don't know online, I would at least like to know what kind of ezperience other's have had. This doesn't seem like a good plan to me.

  2. madWAHM February 21, 2008 at 6:46 PM  

    I was an ebay power seller and worked so hard to gain my status and feedback score, as do all sellers. One of the things that frustrated me the most was how just one cranky-idiot in a bad mood could affect my rating and I was basically helpless to do anything.

    eBay has ALWAYS centered everything around their buyers without pampering their sellers. After all, without their sellers they'd be S.O.L.

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