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Thread: CKCS Dog advertised for Stud on EBAY

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    Angry CKCS Dog advertised for Stud on EBAY


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    After various phone calls, it is clear that this individual has no idea about breeding, health etc etc
    There have been several complaints to EBay and they removed it , only to reinstate it saying a mistake had been made in removing it.

    Ads like this could set a precedent for a catastrophic chain of events, as they want pick of litter. Wonder what they intend to do with all these puppies??

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    Clicked the link looks like they removed it again.
    Gus(blenhiem) Pippin(tri) DJ(ruby)

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    eBay doesn't take animal listings -- I think it is likely the person putting it back up, not eBay. Keep sending a complaint to eBay as they will block the user.
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    Yes I was quite certain that ebay had a policy against advertising pets and animal services ( like studs) on their website. Unfortunately they also run the ' kijiji' free website which is puppymill heaven. Sometimes when I'm bored I sit down and report all the violators of the Federal Pedigree Act for false advertising. The opportunity is always available on ' kijiji'
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    Just thought i'd mention that i rang Ebay this afternoon & according to them, the listing does 'NOT' break any of it's rules

    Apparently they took it off a few days ago after recieving hundreds of complaints, then re-listed again after they found that it hadn't broken their listing terms

    You are allowed to advertise a dog for stud, but not sell it!
    (shakes head)

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    So you cant buy or sell livestock on EBay, but can hire it out? I think it was probably an oversight on their part when the listing rules were drawn up. Keep complaining!!

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