A buyer’s dream car Corvette Z06 listing gets shut down by eBay Motors the minute it got listed. eBay Customer service is caught telling the seller that he needs to accept PayPal in order to list and sell his Dream car Corvette on eBay Motors, and that the MC999 shut down is normal, and its just the way they conduct business. It’s time eBay retires the MC999 in order to save eBay Inc. Shutting people down after a listing disenfranchises sellers from wanting to do business on eBay. The seller is not willing to accept a risky PayPal transaction in this case, and the audio proves that eBay is still monopolizing payments. The seller was forced to enter his credit card information when he placed the listing.
The customer service rep tells the seller that accepting PayPal protects the credit card information of the seller. (What???). Clearly the CS rep doesn’t know what she’s talking about or is trying to blow smoke up the sellers behind. eBay’s method on new listings is a poor one and drives sellers away from spending money on eBay. The eBay Inc shareholders should be surprised at the way eBay Inc conducts it’s business in 2014. Buyers would have flocked to this auction to buy this vehicle but because of eBay policies, both buyers and sellers won’t be spending any money for this listing, because as you can see it has been pulled.
Seller tries to sell his Dream Car Corvette