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Re: Fraud Prevention Steps Taken at eBay
Posted by Gene J. Koprowski on 2005-07-22 06:07:01
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Online auctioneer eBay this week strengthened rules to prevent fraud on its site, as cases continue to emerge of disreputable sellers misrepresenting the products they market there. One allegedly fraudulent eBay merchant was sued this week by the Missouri Attorney General, Jay Nixon, after an individual, Michael D. Pickens, allegedly sold burned clothing purported to be new merchandise from Banana Republic and other leading retailers.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Fraud Prevention Steps Taken at eBay  Gene J. Koprowski  2005-07-22 06:07:01
Shill Bidding on eBay: A Case Study  PhilipCohen  2009-06-02 04:34:21
eBay introduces absolute anonymity for (shill) bidders  PhilipCohen  2008-07-20 04:23:05
Re: Fraud Prevention Steps Taken at eBay  gbullard  2005-07-22 06:59:20
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