I found it to be a great site to sell on lots of people see and use it all the time. The only problem that I had was there selling policy. For the newbie or small time user it can be rough unless you have some cash overhead or you purchase in bulk. I personally am a drop shipper and it didn't work for me. Amazon has or had this policy about not charging the customers credit card for a purchase until the item is shipped and confirmed. (they put a hold on the money) That is great if you have the product in your inventory. Also if you are the consumer great protection. But if you drop ship you have to pay the money upfront and then once every two weeks they send you a deposit to pay you for the purchases. I don't know about you but if you have a good business going and you get 3 orders totaling 500 dollars a piece and you don't have 1500 in your pocket to spend and wait for a return on in two weeks your screwed. I feel it is just another legal way for big business to keep the average person or drop shipper off the big boys sites. eBay on the other hand works great for me because the customer pays for the merchandise upfront and you have the money to pay for the item with your drop shipper anything left is profit. Again the only problem as a consumer is that you take a chance that it is a scam and that you will have to spend weeks or months trying to get back stolen money if it turns out to be a scam. Alot of people dont like PayPal but I have not had a problem 'YET' with them. and they back you pretty good as far as purchases. I don't know just my opinion.