I have asked in the forums over there and admin piped in and said that because it fits into the "loophole" it shouldn't be a problem but they were checking with Ebay to get the details
however, when ebay was asked for examples - Squidoo was named in the list
so a conflict is clear and obviously s'doo is hoping that they get to keep ebay for revenue reasons -- plus it will be the only hp-like site that can use ebay thus giving it an edge
anyone else know different?
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