Re: eBay and fraud
- From: "Mr. Jaggers" <lugburzman[at]yahoo[dot]com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Apr 2009 12:26:39 -0500
On Apr 11, 3:47 pm, "Bob F." <b...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Frank" <fr...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Fwankie, how is opining on your professionalism conducting a "false
Your behavior on Usenet has been one of constantly complaining that
people are conspiring against you. Don't deny it as it can be easily
Your history on eBay has, by your own admission, been one of being
repeatedly suspended and having your auctions yanked.
I don't like you Provasek and I don't mind letting the world know it.
If you don't like that, tough shit!
You constantly harass me and then whine when I respond.
It seems that in every case Frank has been suspended do to efforts by
you and a few others to wage a relentless smear campaign against him.
What is the real reason you dislike Frank?
I have no idea what Bob might be doing sub rosa, but it is incumbent upon
eBay to differentiate between legitimate reporting of violations and smear
campaigns, and I have enough confidence in them to make that call
accurately. Ebay generally removes auctions that its reviewers deem to be
in violation of their terms, providing that they become aware of them. It
normally does not happen automatically, though, and not in all cases even
when the most egregious auctions are reported. I suggest you more carefully
review your own accusations before you hit "send."
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