I just noticed this and as you can see these figures are for the USA only.
So what's the real position?
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If the same item is listed as being available to USA for example, then it goes towards the USA count too.
But the number of auctions on the whole of eBid is that as shown by Craigs link
The item on the left is a rabbit outdoor light. Over 25% less than Amazon.
http://uk.ebid.net/items/raindropsies All items
http://raindropsies-catalogue-shop.ebid.net Mixed bag items all new
Brand new really low prices
http://raindropsies-vinyl-decades.ebid.net Just Vinyls
That would mean that 80% of listings listed outside of USA are available to USA. . . It's just not feasable due to weight and postal restrictions.
80 to 90 % of my listings are for UK only for those exact reasons. I'm sure it's true for most sellers across the board.
Without a proper explanation those figures are worse than useless.
UK 2,642,625 listings ?
[The USA figure is not made up just from listings outside of the USA]
Exactly my point! Are we to believe that the vast majority of listings on ebid are either ;
posted for worldwide view or 80% of ebid listings originate from USA?
Either scenario is ridiculous!
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