I'm sorry to hear that. It seems the hysteria is going to cause us all issues.
Ridiculous KMO, check this out.Well, after selling thousands of items, mostly firearms related, on eBay over the years, I have decided to severe all ties with them. Sadly, they don't seem to realize how much revenue they generate from online auctions for gun parts and accessories, and they just tossed away a seller with a 100% positive feedback record (me). Everyone should understand that the anti-gun attitudes over at eBay mirror the same views held by California politicians. Whatever direction the political winds are blowing in California determines eBay's attitude toward sellers of legal (and popular) products. As a gun owner, I've had it with eBay, and I would encourage others to find alternatives for online purchasing as well.
I never broke ANY of eBay's rules during the years I built my 100% positive feedback record as a seller, so you're running down the wrong trail here. The problem is, eBay's employees are entirely inconsistent with one another, and if a seller has a gun-related product up for auction, the seller can expect to be harassed by individual eBay employees who are using their own anti-gun feelings to selectively target sellers for canceling auctions. Then, there is no recourse for the seller, and the auction fees still get charged. Hey, some will believe me & others won't. I'm speaking from experience, though, and I can positively state that eBay is not the place to be if one is trying to sell firearms-related items.It is their house, so their rules.
I've sold a lot of firearm related parts on ebay and only recently had one pulled. It was 100% my error as it was an item I wasn't aware was on their "disallowed" list. Got a polite yet standard form letter and my fees credited back to me. Have yet to have any harassment on any times prior or since.Then, there is no recourse for the seller, and the auction fees still get charged. Hey, some will believe me & others won't. I'm speaking from experience, though, and I can positively state that eBay is not the place to be if one is trying to sell firearms-related items.
I've sold more than 1,000 Mo-Rods on eBay, and had several auctions yanked because of inconsistent eBay employee discretion. Most recently, a buyer complained that two 1911 mags I sold were used, and not new, even though the auction clearly indicated the two magazines were used. eBay stole the payment back from me by giving me a negative balance in PayPal. Get this...I had a 100% positive record as a seller, and this was the buyer's first-ever purchase. eBay does not support sellers who market gun-related products.What was this item that you posted up that I'm guessing got pulled?