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eBay Seller’s Go Postal Over USPS Impending Rate Increase


Dallas, Texas — April 23, 2007 - World’s largest eBay seller’s group, Dallas eBaybes & eMales, will host a meeting with USPS officials to discuss looming rate increases. The meeting will be held at 6:00PM on Monday, April 23rd in Plano, Texas. The success of an eBay seller is directly affected by shipping costs and many eBay sellers are extremely upset about the impending doom of the USPS changes, which include eliminating some of the services completely.

eBay is a business partner to USPS and the majority of eBay sellers rely on the post office to ship all of their packages, as it has always been the most affordable option. As of May 14th, many eBay sellers may decide not to go postal after all and switch to one of the competitors, like FedEx, UPS or DHL. eBay sellers bring billions of dollars in revenue to the USPS, so it’s very important to their bottom line to maintain that partnership.

The Dallas eBay group has been together since 2002, meeting once a month to discuss eBay and how they can improve their bottom line and make a difference for all eBay sellers. Tonight’s meeting should be very interesting, heated and hopefully, none of the attendees will go postal.

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