I must have found the ultimate sale on eBay or the reporting went wrong!
On 4 sales from one hub, the revenue is: 184467440737095520.00
WOW did I just solve the US debt problem in 4 sales?
Be sure and get a printout. You will definitely need proof!
The only problem I see is that this isn't mine.
I'd be happy to take half or more if the amount is bothering you, Simey. I'm very selfless that way.
If you have a problem with this amount I'd be more than happy to take it off of your hands. =P
Here's the screen shot! I think I should buy shares in eBay - their revenue will be throuh the roof after this!!!
Thanks for reporting. I asked Fawntia to take a look. We will get it straightened out shortly. Thanks again.
I think you solved the European sovereign debt crisis, the US debt situation and any other countries future debt until the year 2068, lol
You must have got everyone elses earnings. I have not shown any earnings since Friday for Thursday.
SimeyC,maybe you should have kept quiet...would have been a nice Christmas bonus,huh?
Well I'm expecting my EPC to go up to at least $100,000 today - if it does I'm taking my money, closing my account and running!!!!
This is fixed...I'm confirming we pushed it out live today:)
My Rags to Riches story is now a rags to riches to RAGS story!
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