EBay Bans Spells and PotionsAugust 31st, 2012 - 8:37 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
New York, Aug 13 (THAINDIAN NEWS) People selling spells and portions will have to go somewhere else to sell their spells and portions. EBay, which is a renowned online site for selling and buying, has banned people who sell metaphysical goods such as potions and spells on its site.
The company has been allowing such sales on its site since 1995 and it had a lot of listings but it now does not want anything to do with such goods. This happened on Thursday. 50 year old Tabitha Berry said that she makes most of her income by selling psychic readings on the eBay site. The woman says that she should have seen this coming and that she feels so defeated. She says that she once tried to sell on Craigslist but all that people did was hit on her.
EBay says that the metaphysical goods are more trouble than they are worth. EBay states that they have had to deal with a lot of complains over the years from buyers who have bought the products but the products have refused to do the things that the sellers promised them they would do. It says that it wants a trusted market place where people will get what they want and have it do what it is supposed to do.
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