Lower Store Fees on Ebay

This petition is a request for Ebay to not raise their fees for store sellers that is to take effect on August 22, 2006. Ebay is one of the wealthiest businesses in the world and they are raising fees for store sellers because they claim they are losing money. Ebay claims that it wants to return to its core way of selling which would be auctions. They only thing this will accomplish is that many stores are now closing and moving to another site or hosting their own website. Those that are staying will be passing the increased fees on to the customer. In the long run Ebay will not only lose sellers, but buyers. This petition will be sent to Bill Cobb on August 20, 2006. Thank you for your support.


This peition is sponsored by an Ebay seller.


Click here for details of the fee changes. http://pages.ebay.com/sell/announcement200607/overview/fees.html


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