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eBay update its seller policy and bans the sale of other paranormal and psychic services and products
It’s not uncommon to encounter weird stuff on eBay. You can even see someone selling their souls up for sale. The site has updated its seller’s policy and has placed a ban on selling specific metaphysical products and services.
Selling magic spells, cursing, hexing, conjuring, magic, prayers, blessing services, magic potions and healing sessions are set to be prohibited in the site.
The update is an effort to prevent scammers and deluded minds from lurking the site. The new policy will take effect this August 30.View Article Source »
Andre, the avid game collector, sold more than 7,000 video games in eBay
A 32 year-old avid game collector is now a millionaire thanks to his game collection, which he sold in eBay. Andre, who did not disclose his full name, sold his collection of more than 7,000 video game.Read the rest of the article »
Lori N, puts her soul for sale on eBay, tries to sell it for a starting bid of $2,000
Just when you think that you have seen all kinds of things sold on eBay, well you haven’t seen something as bizarre as a soul for sale. Lori N, a woman from Albuquerque tried selling her “slightly used soul” with an opening bid of $2,000.Read the rest of the article »
The Queen of England's old undergarments fetches $18k on eBay
The estate of the late “Baron” Joseph de Bicske Dobronyi” has placed Queen Elizabeth’s vintage underwear on Ebay. It fetched an amount of $18k.
The later Baron allegedly got the Queen’s undergarment on a private plane, that the Queen rode when she flew to Chile in 1968. The Queen was said to have left her undies on the plane.
Whoever purchased the Queen of England’s knickers must have an insane fetish.View Article Source »
An anonymous bidder pays more than 130,000USD for Princess Beatrice’s Hat on eBay. Now that's a royal price for the royal hat.
A Philip Treacey creation, the controversial headpiece worn by Princess Beatrice last month at her cousin Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding fetched £81,000 (around $131,648), on eBay last Sunday evening.
The hat’s eBay page described the hat as a “unique sculptural celebratory headpiece in delicate tea rose silk.” The page has been taken down since the item has already been sold.
The proceeds will be given to UNICEF UK and Children in Crisis. The bids were more than 64 including one from Australian children’s TV stars The Wiggles, according to the Guradian.
“I’ve been amazed by the amount of attention the hat has attracted,” the Princess said.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to raise as much money as possible for two fantastic charities,” she added.View Article Source »
Yahoo's recent days have been threatened by major departures. One main man on the job has headed outside the door, following another's resignation, and found an open door in a new company.
Vice President for Social Platforms Neal Sample has exited Yahoo to enter the eBay pool, where he will be the e-commerce’s chief of architecture. This move happened within the same week when Yahoo Communications Product Head Jason Titus also left the Internet giant.
Sample used to manage the recently launched social media and publishing platforms. Yahoo is a late bloomer in the social networking landscape, and the integration of Facebook and Twitter into their service has just been put into play.
Sample and his colleagues were the force behind the all-encompassing strategy to employ all social networking services and coming up with an understable social dashboard for global users. Needless to say, Sample’s move is a big loss to the company at this point.View Article Source »
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