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Welcome to EBay! - Promoting and Trading Ban Article - Naresh Kadyan

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- 3010 days ago -
"Antique Indian Ankus elephant goad Indo Persian" promoted and traded by the eBay, where as ANKUSH is banned now in India, great VICTORY of PFA Haryana / OIPA in India, if any one use it on Elephants then it be the contempt of Rajasthan High Court orders.

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Donna B (2)
Saturday February 27, 2010, 11:14 am
This seems like a very dangerous item to be sold on Ebay. I made a complaint.

Past Member (0)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 12:02 am
there needs to be more rules defining what is acceptable and what is not on the internet.

Naresh K (1180)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 12:51 am
eBay Customer Support - rswebhelp
to Naresh Kadyan, Chairman of the PFA Haryna

show details 2:19 PM (0 minutes ago)

We will thoroughly review the listing(s) you have reported for
violations of our Prohibited and Questionable Items policies. In order
to keep eBay a safe and fun place to trade, we often rely on members
like you to bring such items to our attention.

In light of our privacy policy, we cannot share with you any action
taken by eBay with respect to this listing. If we determine that the
listing violates eBay policy, we may:

1. Send the seller an informational alert;
2. Remove the listing; or
3. Suspend the seller.

Account suspensions are usually reserved for those sellers that
continuously disregard policy.

If you would like to review our Prohibited and Questionable Items
Policies in more detail, please visit:

Thank you for your report.


The eBay Community Watch Team

Jere W (9)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 4:53 am
Noted thanks

Barbara West (0)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 9:42 am
I have not been to Ebay for a number of years. There were some things I was not happy with and decided to not return. I have found alternative places to go and deal for what I really need.

Pam Burton (25)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 3:22 pm
I USED to sell on Ebay.....They are not consistent with sellers...Some sellers can rip off over and over again while my items were removed-Navajo Sterling and Lapis Jewelry-Because I could not PROVE[even tho the pieces are signed] who made them and WHEN....I also sold 1100 hanks of seed beads-and after the fees and shipping-"CLEARED" $59.00....Ebay is the biggest rip off FLEA MARKET in the world and people want YOU to pay for them to take items...I believe this item should be in a MUSEUM in India...It is a piece of Historical Culture....I only wish Ebay DIDN'T OWN PAYPAL....

Patricia C (96)
Sunday February 28, 2010, 5:19 pm
Thank you Kadyan, for bringing this to light.

Fiona O (565)
Monday March 1, 2010, 6:53 am
E-Bay is all about profits, most of their dealers are greedy. There is no high road for this scandalous company.

Miriam Lesvy Coello Franco (0)
Monday March 1, 2010, 7:09 pm
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