I received an e-mail from ebay :
"We've determined that some of your listings haven't followed our Item location misrepresentation policy. Therefore, we had to take the following actions:
- Listings that didn't follow our policies have been removed. A list of removed item(s) is available further down in this email.
- We have credited all associated fees except for the final value fee for your listing(s).
We noticed a mismatch between the item location you used in your listing and the tracking details associated with shipping this item.
When a buyer purchases an item, they expect it to be shipped from the location stated in your listing. If this information isn’t accurate, it can lead to confusion over delivery times and shipping costs, as well as questions about where the item was manufactured.
Please update the Item Location field and any references to the item's location in the description of your listings so that they're accurate."
And see they have removed my some of best seller items.
I am working from amazon to ebay. So how can i manage this position guys?Background Info: My items ALWAYS get removed for allegedly violating their "Item Location Policy", but then I call in and they fix it after I show them that I am in perfect compliance with it (I put in "United States, Multiple Locations" on all my listings) and they un-suspend my account and let me re-list the item that was flagged.Today on the phone, the representative told me that since this keeps happing to me, he was putting a PERMANENT NOTE on my account that I always get suspended for "item location" policy violations, and that they are always wrong, because the system keeps falsely flagging me.He explained to me in detail that that means that whenever I call ebay and they pull up my account, that is the first thing that they will see before anything else. If you have anything you have to call ebay about repeatedly, might be worth asking them to make a permanent note on your account.