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Ebay has wrecked this app. The easily usable & navigatable app is gone! Ebay has disabled the older version of the app which I really liked and left me with this new version 5.18.0 which I can't stand. There is no user customization anywhere! Now the home page is nothing but suggestions, “deals of the day” & ads, where is my user data? I have saved searches, members & collections which I am not able to set as my home page nor am I able to view anywhere else either. At least on the desktop version I can switch from the home page to the “saved” page but that option doesn’t exist on the app. The “my ebay” page also has no user customization, I would collapse the left hand column while looking at items in my watch, purchased & recently viewed lists, instead the viewing window is only 1/2 the screen while the left hand column just takes up valuable screen space. There are a myriad of other issues I would alter through user customization but I can’t go over all of them here. When Ebay updates their app; give the users, whose sales and purchases finance Ebay, the opportunity to customize their experience. I’ve been an Ebay user for over 16 years and I hope the designers of the Ebay app read these reviews and incorporate the users suggestions into the next round of updates. I won’t be using this app until further updates are made, instead I’ll use the desktop version on my ipad, which is set up with my preferences.
my acc got locked and suspended for no reason whatsoever. I had literally just created it two days prior. I was trying to start selling things. And for my efforts i get acc ban without any explanation or recourse for me to undergo. Guess what im not making a new email adress just to get banned for no reason again. Ontop of this absurdity ebay and paypal have a monopoly where the seller is forced to use paypal or have to pay 30$ a month for a "online marketplace" acc or something. And when you are using paypal they take a tax from the money u make, ebay takes a tax and in the end you wait extra week to receive 50% of the earnings you made. Also Never sell more than 1 item at a time because ebay buyers are all scammers who request refunds on items you clearly have labeled "NO REFUNDS"... Why does ebay allow a buyer to request refund and receive their money back even when a seller has set the option "no refunds". That defeats the purpose of having the option in the first place. So if you sell 2 things and 1 of them request refund when you already withdraw the money, ebay will take the money you made from the 2nd item and give them to the scammer buyer. Without question ebay returns the money to the buyer, therefore scamming the seller. I used to have a negative balance on paypal because ebay steals money from there for the buyers refund even if i have nothing on the account. Ebay is actually on the scammer side, and paypal is their method.
Buyer beware! EBay has not changed one bit. After ten years I thought I would give them a second chance. OMG! Big mistake! I made 6 purchases from various different eBay sellers and what I discovered was. EBay is only as good as it’s best seller. The worst sellers are just straight up scams. They claim their system can detect these people and automatically boots them out. It doesn’t. If you have the unlucky fortune of buying something from a scam artist seller and want to get your money back. Good luck for the next 30-60 days, some cases take even longer to refund. In this case the seller sold me car parts, eBay claimed they would arrive by the 4th of the month. Time came around, I noticed the parts had not even been shipped yet. Contacted the seller for an updated ETA. Got a can message auto reply stating the seller was out of the office and would not return till next month. This is the scam. You can not get a refund because it has to be done by the seller not eBay! EBay insurance policy has time reporting and other restrictions which eliminate you from being able to claim fraud via their 100% guaranteed insurance. So just like last time ten years ago. I had my Credit card reverse the charge and learned never to do business with eBay’s scamming sellers again. Keep in mind you are not doing business with eBay! They are not involved with the purchase beyond introducing you to the scam artists they call sellers!
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