NEW EBAY RULES FOR HATCHING EGGS!!!!
Ebay has cancelled 3 of my hatching egg auctions sending me this message:
***&quot;You recently listed the following listing:
2**********4 - 24 &quot;Serf Turf &quot; Duck Chicken Hatching Eggs
2**********0 - 2 Sebastopol Geese/Goose Hatching Eggs
2**********0 - 2 RARE Sebastopol Geese/Goose Hatching Eggs
The listing was removed because it violated the eBay Animals, Plants, and Wildlife policy. All fees related to this listing have been credited to your account. We also notified members who placed bids on the item that the listing has been canceled.
Reasons:Live Animals: Other than the exceptions noted here, eBay does not allow sales of live animals or pets on eBay. eBay allows sales of tropical fish and domestic (i.e. not exotic) aquatic snails, provided the seller has the proper Federal and/or State permit(s) that allows for movement across State lines and provided that the seller guarantees in the listing that the animals will be packaged safely, and shipped via next day delivery.
eBay also permits the sale of hatching eggs domestically, provided the seller guarantees the item will be shipped via next day delivery.&quot;****
WE NEED TO STOP THEM FROM LIMITING OUR SHIPPING OPTIONS! THIS NEW RULE WILL RAISE SHIPPING PRICES TO 20.00 PLUS.
Please sign this petition and tell all your poultry friends to come here and sign this. I'm going to send it to Ebay when petitions reach 500.
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