As trading cards of all types continue to be a hot commodity, eBay has updated its bid retraction policy as it relates to trading cards. Starting on June 30, people will no longer be able to retract a bid for a trading card without permission from the seller.
This comes as trading cards of all types have had a massive influx of sales in recent months. Pokemon, MLB, NFL, and NBA cards have all seen a rise in popularity, even prompting Target to stop selling cards in stores because people cannot behave themselves.
eBay has become a popular place to buy and sell cards since people can sell any rare cards they pull for a markup, something people even did with the McDonalds Pokemon cards back in February. The updated policy removes the ability for people to retract bids on trading cards without the seller’s permission.
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