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Does Ebay allow to sell for free?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by dklimov, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. dklimov

    dklimov Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I thought about spreading an Ebook (that's stuffed with CPA, of course) via Ebay. I'd simply state in the description, that the customer would not have to pay me a dime, just send me his Email.
    That way I'd get Ebay feedback and spread my CPA offer.

    Does anyone if this is against any Ebay policy?


    Thanks in advance
     
  2. footfall99

    footfall99 Regular Member

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    Well having people email you from an auction is against the TOS and it costs money to list things on ebay. If you open an ebay store the listing fees are only $.01 or something but you have to pay monthly.
     
  3. dklimov

    dklimov Newbie

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    Well, i thought about offering it for 1€, but simply stating in the description, that, after buying the auction, they do not have to actually pay me the 1€.
    And yes, I'd have to pay a 0,08€ fee per sale. That would be worth it, if I could potentially make up to 50€ through CPAs per Ebook.

    Edit: I just browsed through Ebay and found several offers of that kind, mostly free pre paid cards. Even from Topsellers.
     
    Last edited: Mar 10, 2010