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Wakefield, NH, United States, 2006/09/16 - 'One upset eBay® seller' has retaliated by creating an auction website which is attracting a large number of other disgruntled eBay® sellers and buyers..
The cost of selling items on eBay has recently been increased, and that has many sellers anxious to find a better place to sell -- one of those sellers created IBidFree.com.
"We created IBidFree to help entrepreneurs worldwide to become more independent and successful, and our goal is to help empower everyone to buy and sell items on the Internet totally free of any fees and help the economy by having our users buy, sell, and trade items from their homes or businesses," explained Shane McCormack, president of IBidFree.com.
The news is spreading rapidly among eBay sellers and buyers both, and the migration to IBidFree is growing rapidly every day.
Robert Finnimore, owner of Tailgate Tickets, is a typical example of unhappy eBay sellers who have left eBay for IBidFree.
"I left eBay in a flash when I found out about IBidFree," said Finnimore. "My profits have gotten smaller and smaller because of the fees charged by eBay, so I was thrilled to learn that there is a place where I can sell withing paying any fees at all. IBidFree is a breath of fresh air."
Competition goes beyond just the lack of fees. The company also offers marketing advantages not found on eBay®, and none of the unfair rules eBay imposes that make selling a real challenge.
"Unlike eBay, at IBidFree.com sellers are encouraged to place a link in their auctions back to their own websites. They are also allowed to directly E-mail each other to allow for better communication and help sellers market their auctions to potential buyers and past buyers," said McCormack.
Fewer rules and no fees are a winning combination which are attracting thousands of auction buyers and sellers to IBidFree.
Shane McCormack created IBidFree as a free alternative to the high fees required to sell on eBay®. The rapidly growing company is located in Milford, Connecticut.