First of all, congratulations to former Ebay CEO Meg Whitman for cashing in her Ebay stock before the new feedback changes were implemented this past Monday. According to my sources, she made a $6 million dollar profit:
This is in direct proportion to the money that will be lost by sellers on Ebay as their feedback numbers and percentages drop. New changes too dreary to go into detail about mean that companies such as Buy.com can list on Ebay in unlimited quantities alongside the smaller sellers. Many Powersellers have seen their 100% feedback badly dented by the new changes. Yours truly must confess that my percentage dropped from 99.6 to 99.3 because of 1 negative received in the last twelve months.
However, yours truly is fighting the good fight. Ending in two days, this exquisite peach crepe 30s/40s "cusper" glamour girl gown, XXL (it is not sheer, the effect is due to the camera flash):
And I shall be listing quite a bit of smaller-size vintage wholesale lots on Ebay in the next few days, so keep an eye out!
Sellers will also no longer be allowed to have outside links on their "About Me" pages, including links to their own stores. However, so many sellers are leaving in droves, that change may not mean much in coming months.
Meanwhile, browse at my Specialist Auctions shop, for some lovely vintage jewelry:
And so much more!
Elisa & Bucky the Wonderdog