eBay kills CVS camera auctions? Why?

Cvs-1-1-1 I was bidding on a CVS camera to hack, and eBay pulled the auction. I am not sure why. Dear phillip m torrone- The following listing: 7536840005 – CVS One Time Use Digital Video Camcorder With Sound – has been removed from eBay for violating eBay policy. Since this listing was removed, you are not required to complete the transaction. For a complete list of eBay’s policies, please visit. Any ideas?

0 thoughts on “eBay kills CVS camera auctions? Why?

  1. Is the person listing the camera using images taken from the CVS website? My understanding is that eBay has some kind of automated scanner that checks if images used in auctions have a copyright that does not belong to the lister, and will pull those auctions.

  2. Is the person listing the camera using images taken from the CVS website? My understanding is that eBay has some kind of automated scanner that checks if images used in auctions have a copyright that does not belong to the lister, and will pull those auctions.

  3. Did you try emailing the seller to complete the transaction privately?
    I do this often when I find an ended auction with no bids.

  4. Check ebay for other camera auctions, there are several still listed with ending dates from 1 minute to 6 days. On a side note, I suggest the quickinstaller for the camera, it is much easier to use than any other driver.

  5. Anyone is free to use my pictures, just please host them yourself.

    The anti-circumvention policy? That only applies to devices that hack, not the devices that get hacked — they wouldn’t pull xbox sales because they are hackable. But even the anti-circumvention clause wouldn’t hold water because the photographer, as the copyright holder, is the only person that is has the authority to decide who can download the videos.

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