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Fraud Reporting Leading Automotive Sites VS eBay

In this video we feature a 2010 Audi A5 Convertible for only $13,500 up for auction by 01woods01 who joined eBay just yesterday

We also compare the differences in fraud reporting between eBay Motors and AutoTrader.com, cars.com is similarly easy to report a fraudulent listing.

“Auto Trader and Cars.com both put their report fraud link right op top of a listing where it’s in plain sight. Click it and a pop-up window appears giving you choices of what the report is about, and a text box to give details.

Unfortunately, eBay Motors buries their fraud reporting link on the very bottom of a listing page. Clicking the report this item link prompts whoever is trying to report the fraud to sign into their eBay account. If you don’t have an eBay account you are prompted to register.”

eBay is making it difficult for someone to report a scam listing. It takes people staffing the site to review fraudulent listing reports, and that costs money!

2010 Audi A5 Sucker Bait $13,500 281111723196

2010 Audi A5 Sucker Bait $13,500 281111723196

Guess after paying eBay CEO “John Donahoe” $27.5 Million in compensation, there is not much left to hire staffers to review fraud reports. 😥

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