This is so nasty when I first read it! Ebay seller got sued selling legit books putting himself through college Supreme Court case may affect your rights as a seller–act now
Sent: Tuesday, October 2, 2012 6:12 PM
Subject: Supreme Court case may affect your rights as a seller–act now
We’re writing today to encourage you to consider joining eBay Main Street, a grassroots organization of eBay members taking action to promote smart government policy and protect the rights and interests of ecommerce sellers like you.
Right now, eBay Main Street is working to protect an entrepreneurial eBay seller who will be at the center of a case in front of the US Supreme Court later this month. This eBay seller, a student putting himself through college by selling authentic books that he legally purchased, was challenged by a publisher clinging to an old business model that relies on restricting trade to geographic borders. The outcome of this case could have significant implications for your rights as a seller. Learn more and join other eBay sellers on eBay Main Street and make your voice heard.
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