Re: [SWCollect] New eBay fees

2002-02-07 Thread Jim Leonard
C.E. Forman wrote: expense of really useful features such as completed search, which, if you'll check, you'll see now only goes against about 10 days of closed auctions. This, I agree, angers me the most. The fact that they don't retain anything past 30 days is just abhorrent. They had to

Re: [SWCollect] New eBay fees

2002-01-21 Thread Dan Chisarick
All of ebay's new features: Another case of over-engineering where the designers are not users. To add to C.E.'s comments, somewhere burried under all the crud is something that says Its you're auction, you're in control. That's why you can block bidders, cancel bidders, and end early.

[SWCollect] New eBay fees

2002-01-20 Thread Alexander Zoller
eBay's uncontrolled growth requires a bunch of fee changes. The first increase in Final Value Fees in over five years, an additional $1 for reserves over $200, and a new fee for using the BuyItNow feature. I don't sell regularly on eBay, and since the despicable behaviour of charging eBay fees to

Re: [SWCollect] New eBay fees

2002-01-20 Thread Jim Leonard
Alexander Zoller wrote: eBay's uncontrolled growth requires a bunch of fee changes. The first increase in Final Value Fees in over five years, an additional $1 for reserves over $200, and a new fee for using the BuyItNow feature. I don't sell regularly on eBay, and since the despicable

Re: [SWCollect] New eBay fees

2002-01-20 Thread C.E. Forman
, January 20, 2002 8:40 AM Subject: [SWCollect] New eBay fees eBay's uncontrolled growth requires a bunch of fee changes. The first increase in Final Value Fees in over five years, an additional $1 for reserves over $200, and a new fee for using the BuyItNow feature. I don't sell regularly