When talking about the best shopping sites in the world eBay.com will almost certainly come up in the choices. eBay is known for its auction-styles sales as well as the consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer transactions. Customers and buyers are free to use the website as much as they want, but it’s a totally different story for the sellers on the website; sellers are charged certain fees whenever they list items which they want to sell, they’ll be charge a whole different set of fess when the said items are sold.
You can find almost everything that you’ll need on eBay, even items that you thought you’d never buy. Millions of furniture, electronics, decorations, appliances and collectibles are bought and sold on eBay on a daily basis. Services and intangible items can also be sold, even huge companies like IBM choose to sell the latest products on eBay. People can auction just about anything on the website just as long as the item is not illegal and does not violate any of eBay’s policy; some of the banned items are human body parts of organs, lottery tickets, fire arms and ammunitions, ivory products, military hardware, copyrighted works and knives.Not only does eBay aim to provide customer with what they need and want, they also want to empower sellers all around the world by providing a platform where they can create their brand. Buyers are encouraged to rate their buyers and buying experience by rating in terms of four categories.
Neither the seller nor other buyers will be able to identify who gave to rating; this is added protection to the buyers. The purpose of which is to let other buyers know their opinion of the seller, it’s that buyer’s choice whether he or she wants to continue on with a transactions.