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http://www2.ebay.com/aw/core/200707.shtml#2007-07-30094109



The Guy who owns eBay also owns PAYPAL and they don't allow gun parts to be sold, but charge a fee every time one part is sold when you use PAYPAL. They are hypocrites. They don't allow sales on eBay but anywhere else they charge a fee for doing so. You are getting it in the front and the back. We help them. Some of the sponsors are in the process of closing their PAYPAL accounts you should too. Where do you think people like the Liberal gun hating and lets erase the 2nd Amendment crowd get their campaign money?



Don't support them anymore, cancel your accounts, hopefully that will send a message...
 

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I've never used them either. I never understood why people were charging an additional % when someone bought an item with PayPal. I guess I found the answer.
 

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As you and Kris already know I'm done using PayPal as of 5-6 days ago when just shy of $400 was stolen from my account by someone, and then PayPal locked me out of my own account due to suspicions of unwanted 3rd party access. Nevermind their anti-gun policy bs.



F'em.
 

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I wrote to both today to cancel my accounts and would you believe I can't officially close my accounts for 180 day's. What can I do, what am I legally bound to here, I had know idea I sold my soul to these blood sucking faggots. I should have known better...
 

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I closed both my accounts years ago, only to reopen the paypal due to a lack of an alternative. I agree they are both from the same blood sucking soul, and people are making them rich as the devil x 2. I refuse to use ebay and get raped by their stupid fees and charges. Gunbroker is the best place for guns and parts imo. I bought 10 mags factory demo'd for $100 in good shape, can't beat that.



I could never find a phone number where i could call and talk to a rep about my account, so i just didn't pay them. And VIOLA account closed immediately!
 

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i don't guy anything gun related from E-bay. I don't have Paypal either. SO don't see big deal in it anyway.



But i wonder that means other buisness that sell gun parts(Like Fusion where i bought many 1911 parts before) that takes PayPal would no longer be able to do transaction?
 

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I havent been to impressed with paypal

and as for ebay the guy in the picture looks like a cheese d*ck anyway so I could do without
 

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There is a new eBay Petition in the General Topics area, go sign it... Its real easy, #103 here...
 

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I opened a GearPay account tonight. I haven't closed my ebay/paypal accounts as I hope they will come around. I know this is probably a pipe dream but they really are excellent resources so I will keep my fingers crossed. I did email ebay stating my reasons for ceasing use of ebay and paypal until such time as they change their policy towards legal gun related items.
 

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Use Gearpay or Gunbroker- depending on your needs.
 

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I try not to support any lib causes!

I've bought a lot of over priced stuff and a few decent deals on ebay in the past. As with most internet purchases, by the time you pay shipping and in the case of a firearm purchase, FFL fees, the little savings on local state taxes is negligible. Who really needs them anyway? :roll:

The libs didn't learn any lessons from the shootings at V. T. Like it might be nice to be able to shoot back when a moronic murder is going around slaughtering their class mates. Instead lets make it more difficult for us to defend ourselves. If you are going to buy crap off ebay you might as well have a big bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and watch a Sean Penn movie while waiting for delivery. :twisted:
 

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Re: I try not to support any lib causes!

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If you are going to buy crap off ebay you might as well have a big bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and watch a Sean Penn movie while waiting for delivery. :twisted:
That's the issue for me. If we knew the beliefs and political stance of every person we do business with we would do do business with very few people.
 

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Re: I try not to support any lib causes!

choochboost said:
[quote name='TxPhantom']If you are going to buy crap off ebay you might as well have a big bowl of Ben & Jerry's ice cream and watch a Sean Penn movie while waiting for delivery. :twisted:
That's the issue for me. If we knew the beliefs and political stance of every person we do business with we would do do business with very few people.[/quote]



Yeah, I agree. I just try to give as little of my money to lib business as possible but unfortunately sometime it's just unavoidable. For instance I use aol. They provide a good service but they are as liberal as they come. Their AP news headline coverage on my home page is a joke! :roll:
 

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I don't care for their policies either. I am glad the the vendor who I buy my knives from is working

more on his website and taking credit cards.
 
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