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e-Bay was sued for monopolistic and predatory trading practice ...

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A Justday

Buffalo, NY

#1 Apr 28, 2013
A posting that is much close to my planned suit: Now Companies Suing eBay For Giving Others Better Listings from the give-it-up dept - Jul 11, 2008 Ebay has quite a few monopolistic business practices and terrible ..big companies from engaging in predatory sales practices


Remember all those lawsuits against Google by people who didn't like how Google listed them (i.e., they felt that Google had them too far down the rankings)? Well, it appears that some similar lawsuits are being filed against eBay. One jewelry sales company, Windsor Auctions, felt that it should have been making more money via eBay and sued the company after realizing that a competitor was using tools eBay provided it to get better listings. Windsor mostly relied on a depression-era law that tried to stop big companies from engaging in predatory sales practices (using its marketing muscle to force suppliers to give it better deals). As Eric Goldman points out in the link above, the law makes almost no sense today (and it's questionable if it ever did). It certainly doesn't seem to apply to this case -- and the court has agreed, tossing out those charges, though leaving some others dealing with a implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. It's difficult to see how eBay can be at fault here for offering up tools that will help sellers, but as we've seen with all those Google cases, companies always look for someone to blame..

Signed, A Justday
A Justday

Buffalo, NY

#2 Apr 28, 2013
As a Gesture of dis-satisfaction, I decide not to make any purchase at e-Bay from this moment on!!

I spent tens of thousands of dollars (> 30K) on e-Bay for the last couple of months...But, it officially ends!

Besides, I will send my letter of complaint to E-Bay + John Donahoe, CEO and Ben Parker at President's Office in San Jose on May 1, 2103 for sanction and restriction of my rights to post on e-Bay Coin Discussion Board/ Forum plus
the practice of monopolistic and predatory trading policy to refuse my listing of A 1804 Silver Dollar with A Broken
Arrow Stem for Auction!!

This letter will be posted by USPS certified mail for their timely response...By the end of May of 2013 if no satisfactory resolution to overcome the Prejudice and Discrimination with intent to harm my financial interest is accomplished, I will file A Suit at Federal District Court in Buffalo, NY!! It is a promise!

Let the Freedom of Trade Shine in America and Let the Facts + Law prevail!

Signed, A Justday

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#3 Apr 28, 2013
Question to all the members of this forum.

Did any one ask "A Justday" about his experience with eBay and how he felt for getting the cold shoulder from them?

I didn't !

What next? He will tell us about how often he takes his cat to the local park?

A Justday

Buffalo, NY

#4 Apr 28, 2013
I said this before: David Cheever benefited from my posting in more ways than one: He learn English as well as rare coin knowledge!

Ass Kisser!

Signed, A Justday

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