Ebay doesn't want to play with you any more...

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No doubt by now, you are thinking, how dare they! Doesn't Shaggy fancy me after all?  XYZ posts worse stuff than me!

No doubt you are right, but the problem is that you were the one caught.

 Don't be tempted to continue posting, no matter how righteous you feel and DON'T let family members post on your behalf

or the big one!
                              NARU (Not A Registered User)

and we have all seen those evil people and shivered deliciously as we speculate on their crimes:



Dear XXXXXXX,

We regret to inform you that your eBay account has been suspended for the following reason:

* Public Board Abuse

While this suspension is active, you are prohibited from registering under a new account name or using our system in any way. Any attempt to reregister will result in permanent account suspension with no possibility of reinstatement. This suspension does not relieve you of your agreed-upon obligation to pay any fees you may owe to eBay.

Respectfully,

Investigations Department,
eBay Trust & Safety


During this period which may last a minimum of 30 days, ebay will not correspond with you.

If you have won (and even paid for an auction) the seller is no longer obliged to post your item. You are no longer a person in the ebay orbit.

Your entire selling career has been cancelled. You don't exist.

 You will, however, still get daily notifications of new items on your watch list as they are listed.

If you can behave you will be rewarded and welcomed back...although unfortunately they will have forgotten your name.


Dear <member1/>,

We are happy to inform you that your eBay account is now reinstated. Please note that any listings or bids that were cancelled with your account cannot be reinstated.

*Please do not reply to this email. If you have additional questions, billing inquiries, or concerns pertaining to the status of another account you own, please visit the eBay Help system for information and access to assistance from eBay Customer Support. You can visit our Help system by clicking on the "Help" button at the top of every eBay page.

We hope that your future experiences on eBay are pleasant and successful.

Regards,

eBay Trust & Safety

If you can't behave....I can't help you there.

                                                       So the moral is:  'When up to your nose in poo, keep your mouth shut!'



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