Yardsellr.com raised it's 'Slice' without notice to a
minimum of $2.95 which made all items listed at prices of $5 and less just
about useless. These items became toxic to buyers because the new slice made
the final price higher than the product was worth. Some sellers had hundreds of
items at $5 or less and all the time put into taking the pictures and doing the
listings was substantial and we believe this is a legitimate litigation and Yardsellr.com should compensate those
sellers for that time.
We wish to start a class action law suit and require compensation for our time. This was an un-announced raise in Yarsellr's fees.
Myself, I had spent over 6 hours the night before the new 'slice' and they were
for items between 2 and 5 dollars. That time, along with the other items I had
already listed in that price range, were a waste of my time and I should be
compensated for it and so should the many other hundreds of sellers who found
themselves without sales. I didn't know what happened for a couple days as I
was averaging 5 to 10 sales per day and then nothing. When I inquired I found
that Yarsellr.com had implemented this new fee structure and that's why I
didn't have any sales. I believe this is a reasonable request that
yardsellr.com should comply with this compensation.
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Here you can read all the grief suffered by the low cost sellers and also my comments of warning Yardsellr that they didn't know what they were doing long before the collapse that forced them to do this.
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