>I have determined that the listing violated eBay's Keyword Spamming
>policy. Although the listing has already ended on its own, I have
>alerted the member to the violation.
>We appreciate your concern regarding this listing for the fur pelts. It
>is very important to us that eBay remain a safe and fun place to trade,
>and your help with this effort is priceless.
>However, sometime members will post items or services on eBay that could
>be considered morally wrong or objectionable. Even though these auctions
>are not liked by many, please remember that often the law does not
>prohibit the items.
>Due to the fact that eBay's focus is to have a free and diverse community,
>we are reluctant to interfere with auctions that are not illegal. Please
>keep in mind that many of us at eBay may also share your distastse with an
>item, and may not support the sale. However, we do our best to understand
>and tolerate the many viewpoints held by our worldwide community. As a
>result of this, eBay will not edit the contents of a member's listing if
>the item is legal to sell, and it is not prohibitive due to internal
>If the community feels that a listed item or service is not consistent
>with community morals, they may want to think about communicating their
>opinions to the seller. Sometimes many individuals may not be aware that
>the item or service they are listing might be offensive. The option that
>you have chosen in contacting the member is currently the only option
>available at this time. Unfortunately, they may not always welcome your
>email, but at least they will know how you feel.
[Posted in FML issue 3656]