Special Charity Announcement



Charity appeal

Every day, millions of ebay sellers struggle to get by, being forced to sell items that, whilst having no real financial worth, are obviously of great sentimental value, given the prices they attach to them.
Take the example of kymberley000 (222) 96.4% Positive feedback:
She is being forced to sell 3 broken Playstation 3’s, having already had to flog a broken Blackberry and a (broken) “Lifestyle Media Center”.

“1 PLAYSTATION 3 60GB IT TURNS ON AND BOOTS UP BUT IT HAS A FAULTY DRIVE I THINK THE BLURAY LASER IS WORKING BUT NOT 100% IT HAS A 40 GB HARD DRIVE IN IT”

40Gb? 60Gb? Oh, let’s not worry about it, I’m sure this is the least of our worries.

“2 PLAYSTATION 3 40GB IT WILL NOT TURN ON YOLD THIS ONE IS COMPLET BLURAY DRIVE IS WORKING”

YOLD? Yellow Of Light Death?
Well, at least it’s complet.
“3 PAYSTATION 3 IT TURNS ON BUT NO DISPLAY NO BLURAY DRIVE AND NO HARD DRIVE AND CADDY BUT IT DUS HAVE LOGG BOARD”
A Paystation with Logg board?

“THAY DO NOT CUME WHTH CONTROLLER OR CABES CONSOLE ONLY”

Please, give generously. Three people already have, driving the price of this worthless junk up to over £50 including postage – The purchase of a broken mobile phone can help pay for a decent dictionary.
If it comes with a charger then it can easily cover the cost of getting a caps lock key fixed so it doesn’t stick all the time.
Businesses! Buying a broken flatscreen TV (in it’s “ORIGINAL MANUFACTORY BOX“) as a piece of modern ‘installation’ art, speaking out about the state of the modern-day media, for display in your foyer/reception area can pay for sending an ebay seller back to school for pre-gcse english lessons.
Only through you can sellers like “FRISK FREE” Clarkson9732, who has already managed to overcome the temptation of selling landfill, receive the basic design and spell-checking help they so obviously need.
Or we can find someone to listen ‘Carfully’ to Mikolajvaz‘s slightly illegal cry for help.
Please, think of the sellers and what you can do to help.
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