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Re: eBay Promotes Social Consciousness With New Site
Posted by: Rachel Metz 2008-09-07 11:16:21
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Most consumers probably associate eBay more with vintage lunch boxes and low-priced electronics than with laptop bags made from recycled plastic by women in New Delhi. The online auction operator is trying to change that perception with WorldofGood.com, a Web site due to launch Wednesday to sell goods produced with social and environmental goals in mind. eBay developed the site with World of Good Inc., a startup focused on "ethical supply chains" behind consumer products, and licensed the group's name for the marketplace.


They must be joking
Posted by: alanlonsing 2008-09-07 11:28:43 In reply to: Rachel Metz
Let me check this out; whilst eBay are dumping sellers they have had for years by enforcing a no feedback policy, they are charging third world sellers to replace them. Or am I missing something here?

We don't even try and charge the third world customers to sell online.
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