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Is eBay back?

The online auction company waives listing fees and takes drastic measures in an effort to prevent further problems, well aware of the anger recent blackouts have provoked.


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The online auction company takes drastic measures in an effort to prevent further problems--and win back customers.

"This is not the most opportune time for us to have a problem like this."

- eBay spokesman Kevin Pursglove


eBay waives fees after major outage
update In an attempt to appease angry customers, eBay is waiving several million dollars in listing fees after See special report: 
The high price of auctions a nearly 22-hour service outage halted 2.3 million auctions.

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