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Last week’s news: eBay feedback and defects updates, Amazon price fixing and more [video]

By Dan Wilson July 31, 2016 - 5:04 pm

There was lots of news last week, including news on eBay’s feedback an defects system and also news from Amazon related to drones and a price fixing seller who may be extradited to the USA. Find out more in the video, it’s less than 3 minutes long.

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And here are the referenced stories:

eBay UK Feedback test on feedback left for others tab

eBay extends Royal Mail defects protection to year end

Amazon drones ar free to fly in the UK

Price fixing Amazon seller could be extradited

Flubit takes on TV ads

Allegro seeks a suitor

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