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06-10-2013 06:39 PM
Sometimes one word or a combination of words will trigger a rejected listing. Try listing it again and remove the word that may have triggered the rejection. For instance I had a book with paper dolls to punch out and play with. Unfortunately, PUNCH OUT is a term used to describe some sort of damage. I had to come up with another way to describe the book. In another instance I had a book where the publishing company had the word REPRINT in their name. Also the word MOISTURE will trigger a reject. Also don't put any links or .coms in your listing.
06-16-2013 06:14 AM
We've not seen this situation before. I checked your ID and, as you say, you have no items listed for sale. Usually, an mc999 means a "listing violation" to us. Did they give a transaction or item number with that notice? Have you had any recent problems with an item you bought? It is possible that it is an error by customer service.