from http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5h9Q8vjOJMpOXnZuwqk07OvWDSxCAD96SIIKG0 Been frustrated with the recent ebay banning, troubles, and wooes? Well the same certainly happened with the very company your are trying to milk! eBay itself as a company is still struggling, with loosing profits and deteriorating market cap since the 2004. One of the comments that captivated my attention is this: Well what can I say, in the future, it will certainly be harder to sell as new ebay seller. While this may indeed frustrate the hell out of new sellers, we now know that ebay cares more about its buyers and finding those new markets. I would advise folks to nurture your ebay seller accounts and don't let them die out. As a lot of you may know, many critizes that this will deteriot the veteran sellers' trust, or the overall sellers in general, and that this will actually kill the business. I'd say Donahoe largely ignored sellers inputs and continues to make these radical changes that angers all of us sellers. So those coming-up "No Active-contents on auction page" is indeed going to befall upon all of us sellers, but certainly by the looks of this news, it may get stalled. eBay is still struggling internally and financially, along with the current economics environment, which may be obvious that they are redirecting all their efforts towards that and gets stalled on restructuring out ebay.com. May we hope it will get all stalled for a very very loong time. Nothing been said about EPN in the news obviously. But with that said, with the recent random ban on EPNs, it may be just that eBay is trying to cut its losses and trying to save its deteriorating financial position. They are trying to cut corners with this rigid, fraudelent method (to the white hats at least ) eBay is not making any money. How can its EPNers be? Well what the heck! It still works, so milk the hell out of eBay as much as you can still! What do you guys think the correlation between eBay's losing money and the random EPN banning? Isn't it just too obvious that they're trying to cut corners? Is this justification valid in legal court anyway?