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  • Internet Fraud

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    Internet fraud is a problem that has become very widespread in recent years. Internet fraud was first monitored by the Internet Fraud Watch organization in 1996. The Fraud Watch has stated that each year after its inception internet fraud has increased. In 1998, the Securities and Exchange Commission established the Office of Internet Enforcement to fight online securities fraud which was another sign of how large the problem is becoming (Clausing). Despite the SEC¡¦s efforts this problem has not

  • effects of television on children

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    THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBES THE TERMS ON WHICH EBAY OFFERS YOU ACCESS TO OUR SERVICES. Welcome to eBay Inc.'s User Agreement. This Agreement describes the terms and conditions applicable to your use of our services at and our general principles of our International affiliates. If you have any questions, please refer to our User Agreement Frequently Asked Questions at ( or our User Agreement Revision Frequently Asked Questions at (http://pages

  • TWRF

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    limits the ability to target a larger audience. The market advantage is to leverage a hosted online auction storefront. A1. E-Commerce Solutions PayPal is the e-commerce solution that will meet the objectives for TWRF’s use of an online eBay auction storefront. eBay acquired PayPal in October of 2002 and fully integrated their online payment system into eBay’s platform, which make PayPal a perfect solution. With one of the objectives being to expand the target audience for online auctions, the leverage

  • Online Car Sales

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    promotion is the sales of vehicles. Across the nation and even worldwide, people are able to post an ad and sell their vehicle, a little less than two decades ago this was a luxurious option for individuals and even car dealerships. We can see how eBay,, and Kelly Blue Book have made a mark in the auto sales industry; each one of these sites have made their name distinct from one another and we’ll see the perfect fit when trying to sell your vehicle. When trying to sell your car,

  • Successful E-Business Systems: PayPal

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    Conference Keynote, Alex Kazim, VP Marketing, 05/08/03. Data available on ) In 2002, PayPal was acquired by eBay. It has quickly become popular. Today the company offers services in thirty-eight countries and has about forty million customers for today. In most of these countries it supports bank withdrawal service and is especially popular among eBay customers. Fig.1 briefly illustrates Company’s business. The system enables its users to send money, using computers. The same

  • E-Commerce

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    The Canadian Press. (2010).16 million Canadians on facebook: Report. Retrieved from R. Bauerly, (2009). Online auction fraud and EBay. Marketing Management Journal. Western Illinois University, USA (EBSCOHost)

  • Benefits of Selling on Amazon

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    Benefits of selling on amazon include the ability to add new products to the Amazon catalog, have Amazon handle customer service, shipping, and fulfillment with Fulfillment by Amazon service, use bulk listing and reporting tools from Amazon Marketplace Web Service, inventory enabled capability for professionals businesses, and customized shipping rates for products other than Books, Music, Video, DVDs, Software, and Video Games; at a cost of $39.99/month + other selling fees (Amazon Services LLC

  • Auction Fraud Case Study

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    promised or purchased of lesser quality than mentioned. Auction fraud can happen on places such as Ebay, where the potential auction fraud is high. Especially for sellers over-seas. I have even been a victim of auction fraud. If one is not careful and is able to research who they are buying from to confirm they are a legitimate seller, then they are subjecting themselves to fraud. Some of the things, such as Ebay, has in process is a strong investigative team to investigate any cases of fraud reported, though

  • Taobao Case Study

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    Critically analyze the factors that led to Alibaba sustaining its leadership position in the Chinese e-commerce market. Alibaba’s contributing factors include: Smart competitive and marketing strategies, first mover advantage, leadership and vision, local knowledge, and navigation of regulatory hurdles. The e-commerce company’s strategy focus allowed it to differentiate itself by providing better services to its customers. The company put an innovative business model in which customers would try

  • Difference

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    marketing from even third-party websites. The author proposes that Dell could allow advertisement of other contemporary eminent auction websites. Thereby, this further would generate revenue to Dell. For example, Dell could invite renowned website such as EBay, to advertise their services on Dell. Dell Auction could provide monthly or yearly subscription to renowned auction websites. In order to attract businesses to advertise on their website Dell could provide low subscription rates. Moreover