Have you clicked any ebay link in hubpages and bought anything?
If the item that are selling through others pages attracts you, is it advisable to click the link?
I personally wouldn't advise it. I would make a note of the item and open another browser and go into eBay directly to look it up and buy it.
I know you will get varying opinions on this, but I personally would never chance someone losing their eBay affiliate account because eBay thought they were part of some scheme to have friends or other hubbers buy from their links. It's just not worth it.
Same goes for Google ads or Amazon links.
Just my opinion.
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