I understand not allowing groupings of amazon items, but I think that ebay items are often collectibles and antiques and things where the items add real value to the page. Also, it is very common to see ebay items in small groups across the internet. You rarely see just one listed.
I would like to see 2-3 items allowed in the ebay module.
The eBay capsule used to display multiple items and was reduced to just one in the last two years. It's extremely unlikely that the policy will be given a reversal.
It's always possible to use multiple capsules.
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by TIMETRAVELER24 years ago
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by Gable Rhoads3 years ago
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by Auto Faction5 years ago
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by Mary Wickison4 years ago
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