July 9, 2013
The ebaY laughs just keep coming!
I’m not really sure who they’re trying to reach? The general public? Other employees? And why don’t any of them have 4 colored hair?
Recently, in a seller recruitment effort, ebaY wanted it’s sellers to sell out their friends’ personal confidential info for a hefty sum of $10 per referral. How much do you think ebaY gave it’s employees for appearing in the video?
Can’t they just beam some new sellers down from Planet Remulac or somewhere now that Paypal Intergalactic opened up?
Published on Jul 8, 2013
eBay staffers discuss their favorite selling experiences, as well as tips and advice for new sellers. Meet some of our very own staff that sell on eBay – and love it. Start selling today at http://ebay.com./startselling
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May 1, 2013
I believe readers here may like to watch this.
If you don’t have time to watch it all at once, you can search youtube for smaller segments or use some downloading extension or what have you. Lots of people like DownThemAll for Firefox.
Can you spot any comparisons/similarities between Enron and any certain or sundry present day corporations?
February 24, 2013
Oh my! I haven’t been around too much lately so this is the first I’ve seen of this:
FORTUNE — “I’d like to take you on a journey.” A group of 2,500 eBay employees is assembled at the San Jose Civic, a concert venue a few miles from company headquarters. Their boss, CEO John Donahoe, is onstage, asking them to reflect on their work. “Close your eyes,” he urges in a deep baritone. “What is the thing you are most proud of that your team has accomplished this year?”
Donahoe then begins to ruminate on his eight years at eBay (EBAY), five of them as CEO. He’s delivered a variation of this speech to employees in Ireland, Germany, and other eBay locations in the U.S., yet on this December morning Donahoe still sounds raw, almost confessional, as he recounts his moments of self-doubt — such as the night in June 2008, before he was due to appear at a sellers event in Chicago. It was months after he had announced sweeping changes to eBay’s fee structure, and sellers were irate. One went so far as to create a YouTube video comparing Donahoe to a Nazi guard in Schindler’s List. (Seriously.) Donahoe recalls, “I remember sitting in a hotel room that night and thinking, Is this worth it?”
Here’s the video which commemorates that event, from yours truly, if you haven’t seen it yet. It’s more true today than it ever was. ;p
The article above continues on… more pap and BS from sleazebay.
What do you think? Is ebaY ‘back’, or is it actually worse than ever before?
November 9, 2012
When I saw this video, I was instantly reminded of the edropoff shill bidding/SLAPP lawsuit scandal, and those fly-by-night, secret changes to the shill bidding policy and tutorial which allow ebay sellers’ employees and consignment shops to shill bid away!
LoLz! I have I feeling they aren’t really telling all.
You will get shilled, it’s their policy, and there is plenty of real evidence that they’re shilling like there’s no tomorrow.
August 27, 2012
…and ebaY hates me.
I wonder why that is?
Now take 48 seconds to learn all you need to know about ebaY. It’s not safe. IT is even worse now in so many ways.
Keep scrolling down or click the main page to see real issues regarding ebaY and Paypal’s’s state of non-safety.