eBay Canada issued a note on Wednesday explaining that it is cracking down on abuse buyers by clarifying its policies.
“We’re updating eBay Money Back Guarantee and other policies to clarify existing enforcement measures against buyers who violate the Abusive Buyer policy.”
“Buyers may not misuse our feedback, returns, or buyer protection programs. Engaging in activity as described in this policy may result in a range of actions, including the loss of eBay Money Back Guarantee coverage, issuing warnings to buyers, blocking buyers from requesting returns or refunds on eBay, and account suspension.”
eBay Canada Notice to Sellers
It doesn’t appear that these are actual policy adjustments, more clarifications about the consequences to buyers if they abuse the policies described.
eBay did not issue similar notices on other marketplaces.
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