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August 20, 2006 8:01am CST Offers Disgruntled eBay Users a Free Alternative MILFORD, CT., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The monthly fee eBay charges will increase. By raising their fees, eBay is forcing people to seek alternatives., a Connecticut based company, has come up with a solution for store owners unwilling to pay the increased eBay fees. You can enjoy all of the features of eBay, but pay no fees. No fees to list, sell, or buy an item -- not even a membership fee. This site is for the regular person or small business owner. People that just want to sell their unwanted items, or businesses trying to market their products without all of their profits being swallowed up by overhead. This is a perfect opportunity for the person working from home. At, customers are encouraged to link their auctions to their own web sites. They are also allowed to email each other directly to allow for better communication. "I'm surprised that eBay increased their fees again," said Robert Finnimore, President of and former eBay seller. "This increase will wind up forcing buyers and sellers to find an alternative to eBay. I think we offer the perfect solution." The frustration of buyers and sellers is the main reason for introducing Buzzing with activity since the launch of their site, readily welcomes disgruntled eBay users to use their site totally FREE. "I made the decision to stop selling on eBay completely," said Shane McCormack, owner of Tailgate Tickets. "I registered on recently and have listed some auctions. I am planning on contacting all of my customers and business contacts to recommend this free site to them. Hey -- if it's free, it's for me!" While is still new and does not yet have the traffic that eBay has, the numbers of registered users are steadily climbing. People are registering and listing auctions from all over the country. Relief from fees is finally in sight! Website: ( Please help spread the word about ) Powered by -
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