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Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay

I do not need to know your reasons for why the listings are the way they are. They are your listings period. I think they are in violation of Ebay policy under spamming. Your 200+ Nevada Casino names list, in item description of every one of your listings, makes all 950+ of your listings show up in results every time I put a casino name that matches one from your list in a Ebay search. That is Bull $hit. Maybe one, two, or NONE of your 950+ items actually match my search yet I have to run through all 950+ of your listings. That's not right. It may take a couple weeks for Ebay to correct this, as I will not let this go unchallenged. Look at other sellers listings and see how they send potential buyers to their other items. A simple " I have several hundred items from various Nevada casinos running now - check them out " From you wanting me to call you as to why you are listing this way leads me to believe you see nothing wrong with how your listings read. I think I have come up with a solution to make things right between you and me. If you will remove just one Casino name ( Thunderbird ) from your list I will not bring this up again on this board.

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Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Try without "include description"
Re: Try without "include description"
Re: Sorry, only trying to help..........
Re: Sorry, only trying to help..........
Re: No problem........
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Use Advanced Search .. and exclude the Seller.
there you go!
Re: Use Advanced Search .. and exclude the Seller.
exclude that Seller ID from search results
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
Re: Spamming : Policy Violation on Ebay
and you can exclude multiple sellers
Re: and you can exclude multiple sellers
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