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eBay Ending FREE History Reports For Motors Sellers

eBay Motors Announcing No FREE History Report For The High Rollers Club Members.Are you a member of the eBay Motors High Rollers Club? According to this announcement taking effect 04/01/2012. eBay is no longer giving away it’s FREE Experian Auto Check history reports to sellers.

Beginning April 1, 2012, eBay Motors will allow high-volume sellers – sellers that list 7 or more vehicles locally and/or nationally per calendar year – to subscribe to the vehicle history report provider of their choice, and will no longer automatically provide free vehicle history reports on every car and truck listing.

High-volume sellers will have the option to continue to receive vehicle history reports in their eBay Motors listings by subscribing to AutoCheck. AutoCheck is offering both eBay member discounts and exclusive eBay-only subscriptions for qualifying sellers.

All sellers with 7 or more listings per year are eligible to receive these discounted rates. Simply notify Experian by March 31, 2012 to take advantage of the discounts.

Sellers that list less than 7 vehicles per calendar year will continue to get free vehicle history reports displayed in their listings—just as they do today.

Former eBay Motors PowerSeller and retired licensed Florida used car dealer with over 40 years experience in the business blogs about eBay. He shares helpful advice for motor vehicle buyers and sellers. Have questions or need help? Ask Doc!

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