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    eBay Partner Network Agreement & Terms & Conditions Changes‏
    The email that came today, is that blank for everybody else too? If not, can you copy and paste the content of it? Thanks.

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    Dear Affiliate,


    As you may already know, our newest release of the eBay Partner Network went live on September 10th. This new release incorporates additional reporting functionality to more easily track your traffic's performance on eBay, as well as a new Campaign Quality Report that will help you determine the quality of new registered users you send to the US program. As of November 1st, ACRUs payouts for all publishers in the US program will calculated using these quality tiers. For a full description of all the new features in this release, please check out our blog post about it from last Friday.


    Please also note that the Network Agreement and Advertiser Terms and Conditions have been updated with this release. Please review these documents thoroughly to make sure you fully understand the updated policies. Some updates you may want to pay special attention to include:

    - The eBay UK and eBay FR programs now allow eBay sellers to become affiliates (in their programs.)
    - Any transaction resulting from traffic that has been redirected off of an Advertiser site (e.g. eBay.com) will be disqualified, and you will not receive commissions.
    - Paid Search: Bidding on KW eBay or any variations is not permitted in any program.
    - If you choose PayPal as a payment method, your PayPal account must be verified in order for your payment to be released. To learn more about how to verify your account, go to https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/we...on-faq-outside

    The updated Network Agreement and Advertiser Terms and Conditions will go into effect for existing publishers on September 19th. If you choose not to accept any terms set forth by the new policies, you may end our affiliate agreement before September 19th by closing your account under the Account: Business Information section of the eBay Partner Network interface. Please ensure before you close your account that a payment method has been entered and is correct as you will not be able to edit this information after you have closed your account. If you have any questions regarding the new policies, please contact customer service.

    Regards,

    The eBay Partner Network Team
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    I haven't received it. Maybe they're giving you a clean slate to do whatever you want!



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    I got it across the board. Yawn.

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    Thank you for posting that. Mine was blank too. But then I remembered, that they post all the emails at the site as well. When you log-in, at the bottom of the dashboard is a list of unread emails.

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    The message is in a text file attached to the mail.

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    - Any transaction resulting from traffic that has been redirected off of an Advertiser site (e.g. eBay.com) will be disqualified, and you will not receive commissions.
    I think this could be a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gkear1974
    I think this could be a problem.
    No that is not a problem. That is to stop cookie stuffers and affiliates like Auctiva. Hopefully ebay can and will enforce it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakedgamer
    No that is not a problem. That is to stop cookie stuffers and affiliates like Auctiva. Hopefully ebay can and will enforce it.
    Perhaps that's why he thinks it's a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nakedgamer
    No that is not a problem. That is to stop cookie stuffers and affiliates like Auctiva. Hopefully ebay can and will enforce it.
    Fingers crossed.

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