Cell Phone Accessories not allowed on eBay? Wow!, this is a new one. Cell phone accessories or (empty product/Manual boxes) or chargers not accompanied with a cell phone according to eBay customer service are not allowed on eBay yet many other sellers are currently listing empty laptop and iPhone boxes in many categories. Empty boxes are used for sellers that make repairs on items and need an original box to ship it in. In the video below you’ll here a Youtube (eBay Seller) call eBay non-customer service in the philippines who seems to be all confused and giving out the wrong information to the seller regarding the violation or the reason his items were removed. The seller’s auctions were removed due to a prohibited item violation, but further into the video customer service states the seller’s item was reported through what sounded like a VERO complaint. It seems as if this seller is being singled out or targeted for some reason in order for someone else to profit off an identical item listing or competitor.
eBay non-customer service takes this a step further when they tell the seller no phone accessory at all is allowed unless it comes with the original phone. What? The seller further proves that there are many completed item listings for that same item, and over 50 items currently listed that have ran for more then 5 days and that none of those listings were removed, only his. Further proof of eBay singling out small sellers to allow top rated sellers to bring in the pay toilet profits. This is another case of eBay trying to put someone out of business for no reason. At the 20:05 time mark of the video you’ll hear a lot of laughing in the background by other eBay customer service reps apparently making fun of the seller on the phone after he tells them something. This happens multiple times and shows exactly what we are dealing with at these call centers. eBay doesn’t have a clue as to what’s going on with these customer sabotage workers. They are sabotaging our listings then laughing at us. This video is going to be an embarrassment to eBay Inc.