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Make the most of eBay

THE GROWING POPULARITY of the internet saw rise to a new form of shopping that doesn’t require leaving the house. In fact, now it’s unusual for a retailer not to have an online store available for perusing from the comfort of your own couch. And yet this convenience doesn’t always mean cheaper prices, that is unless you’re using eBay. Launching in the USA in 1995 and hitting Australian shores in 1999, eBay emerged as an online marketplace where people could sell and buy items over the web. Relying on an auction-based system, buyers were required to ‘bid’ on goods, with the highest bidder winning that product. While the first item to be sold on the site was a broken laser pointer, the offerings on eBay have expanded significantly, with goods ranging

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