USiFF Online Auctions Traffic Jumps 200% Following eBay Feedback Announcement

CORONA, February 20, 2008 – online auctions announced a surge in traffic on following eBay’s plans to modify their feedback policy, which will take effect in May 2008. This feedback change is dramatic; eBay’s sellers will no longer be able to leave negative or neutral feedback for buyers.

According to Online Auction’s Vice President and Marketing Director, Teri Holliday, the global traffic volume on Online Auctions has surged 200% and surpassed the 15 million visitor mark, since the recent eBay announcement.

“We are fired up and ready to bring aboard all those discontent eBay buyers and sellers”, she said. Auction Sellers will still be allowed to leave neutral or negative feedback for dishonest buyers. auction feedback policy protects other online auction members from fraudulent buyers and sellers.

To appeal to the millions of eBay sellers in shock and disbelief, Teri Holliday said Online Auctions, will offer a $10 credit toward Auction Listing upgrades. online auctions will continue to offer 100% free auction listings and fees, if any, are paid on the back end. launched USiFF Online Auctions in June 2005. A comparison between eBay’s fees and online auctions’ fees is available at

About USiFF Online Auctions

USiFF Online Auctions was developed in early 2005; USIFF’s auction system allows auction sellers to list items for free, no upfront cost. Many online auction sites charge upfront fees for features like, bold listing or featuring an auction item on the front page, online auctions offers an outstanding shopping alternative to these sites.

For more information, please visit

USiFF [R] and Usellit4free [R]is are trademarks of, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

Traffic Source: ( ~