Google and Yahoo are using domainkeys to verify paypal and ebay email. This is a good thing, but it's really late. Still, since paypal and ebay are amongst the most phished services, this has the potential to do a lot of good. Now, if only banks would start using it.
Hell, it's only a few thousand over the MSRP... why the hesitation to sell the damned thing?
I swear, if I get one more package in the mail from an eBay seller with an 7x shipping cost markup, I'm going to scream.
The last package I got shipped from Florida, in a letter-sized bubble mailer for two tiny specialty screwdriver bits. What was the shipping cost? $10.00. What was the postage on the bubble mailer? $1.00.
I know a bubble mailer doesn't cost that much (50 cents maybe?). Combine this with 30 seconds to fill out the customs form, and another minute to tape all the address info to the package. Two minutes of work for $8. I gotta get myself in on this racket...
Judge judy flaming an ebay scammer who was selling photographs of phones.
You're an Idiot!
She left feedback saying that I was a scam artist, that I was from Nigeria
Yes, I know she's not a real judge but I enjoy the endless criticism that some people get from her. Not all of it I agree with mind you, but she's good at criticism.
I'll just go back to selling photographs of merchandise, X-Box boxes, and p-p-powerbooks on eBay.