EBay’s newest set of policy changes bans the sale of “advice; spells; curses; hexing; conjuring; magic; prayers; blessing services; magic potions; [and] healing sessions.”
Which got us wondering: Are people actually buying and paying for spells?
Below I present actual real seller feedback:
Wow. A++ spells. -Stacy
Screenshot by CNNMoney
Potassium iodide pills protect the thyroid gland from radiation exposure by temporarily stopping the thyroid from functioning. They can’t protect the rest of the body, but that hasn’t stopped consumers worried about radioactive fallout if any of Japan’s nuclear reactors fail from scooping the pills up and clearing them off store shelves. The suggested retail price on a box of 14 tablets is $12.85 - making that $202.50 price an almost 1600% markup. -Matt