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Boycott Ebay!

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Simming

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Never Used the site, and with this, probley never will.

What a nice thing to do, I bet they all go home, and lie down on there beds of £50s
 
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As far as I am aware, they have been unsuspended in the past few hours.
 

Ben

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the managing director of ebay has said all live aid tickets will be taken off the site
 

jonb

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Have only bought off Ebay once and probably won't again. Stayed up until 12.00 midnight one night bidding for a Louis Vuitton bag for my mum good thing was we did get it.
 
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Tom

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I use eBay sometimes, I do actually get annoyed when I don't recieve items, mind you - I bought a PDA for £40, and it's really decent.
 

Max

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I've bought a few things of ebay, and i have to say, I've been really impressed. However, you do have to be careful, as not all items are authentic :(
 

Met Driver

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I buy and sell things on eBay, and have only known them to provide a decent service. However they have really put their foot in it now, which is a shame really.
 

yorkie

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I wish a good British company could take over, but that may just be wishful thinking.

It's a shame so many things are Americanised/Globalised these days. :(
 
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