No matter how persistent you are or even if a
couple of disgruntled eBay members
get together to report a fraudster or a serious security problem the chances are you will get nowhere and this all starts as soon as you try to navigate the maze of contact us pages and find none of selectable categories real apply to what you would like to report.
Once you have managed to file a complaint the usual pattern in the first instance is you get one of them
I can not begin to say how many reports I have filed reports with eBay ranging from fake login pages on www.eBay.About.com to script injection but lets take a look at a case I was asked to get involved in where
is selling so called real gold worth $980 for the remarkable knock down price of $5 but the sting is Paypal may refund your money if the sellers still has funds in the account and the fraudster may even let you keep your cheap fake but heís quite happy as he gets to keep the $19 postal costs and the negative feedback you leave will do you no good as he has dozens of accounts that you more than likely by now know about having have reported them to eBay but to only be meet with a wall of silence.
automated response from a machine usually referring you to a web page and then if your lucks in you may get a slightly more detailed response from a human saying thanks for reporting the problem they take such reports seriously blur.. blur blur.. and thatís about the last you will ever hear of the matter even if you continue to report the problem has not been dealt with or that the fraudster is still operation and is continuing to rip people off.