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Warning as man admits online auction fixing

ONLINE auction traders were yesterday warned against bidding on their own goods to hike prices after an eBay seller became the first person in the UK to be prosecuted for online auction fixing.

Online auction braced for festive rush

EBAY traders are expected to swing into action today, sparking the start of an online shopping frenzy.

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Medical files found on disks bought on eBay

CONFIDENTIAL Scottish patient medical records have been found on a second-hand hard drive bought on the internet.

Banks warn millions after computer with personal details sold on eBay

ABOUT a million customers across the UK will be contacted by three high-street banks after a computer holding their personal details was sold on the auction website eBay for £35.

RBS customer details among those found on £35 eBay computer

PERSONAL details of customers of three high street banks, including the Royal Bank of Scotland, have been found on the hard drive of a computer sold on eBay for £35, it emerged today.

EBay ordered to pay £31m damages over fake goods

THE internet auction house eBay has been ordered to pay £31 million in damages for selling fakes over the internet, in a ruling that could have important implications for online businesses worldwide.

Get a life, says man who puts his on eBay

A BRITON launched an online auction of his "entire life" yesterday in an effort to make a new start following the break-up of his marriage.

The eBay of plenty

THE likes of Tartan Treasures, Burntisland Books and Timland Celtic are unlikely to be busying Scotland's corporate advisers any time soon, but they represent a burgeoning sector that has grown out of the online auction site, eBay.

1500 eBay city spin-offs

ONLINE auction site eBay is being used by up to 1500 entrepreneurs in Edinburgh to run their business.

Going, gone - Texas town sold on eBay

A TOWN sold for almost £1.5 million on the auction website eBay yesterday.

Down the line

Online auction firm EBay has conceded that it paid too much for internet telephony service Skype - dramatically writing down the value of its investment.

EBay admits Skype blunder

INTERNET auction site eBay admitted today that Skype, the internet telephone service it bought in September 2005, had not lived up to its hopes.

Eager students enrol for 'eBay University'

HUNDREDS of online wheeler-dealers gathered in Glasgow yesterday for a masterclass in how to turn trash into treasure.

Wedded bliss for just £6,000 on eBay

SCOTLAND'S first ready-made wedding went on sale yesterday, with a £6,000 price tag.

Net closes in on ticket sharks as festival pioneers sell-on system

SCOTLAND'S summer line-up of festivals, including T in the Park and the Fringe, attract millions of visitors every year.

Community sentence for eBay fraudster after £10,500 scam

A SCOTTISH computer student who conned buyers in the United States out of thousands of pounds by placing bogus adverts on eBay was yesterday spared a jail sentence.

Stars of silver screen return to the theatre

THEATRE workers bid around the clock on an internet auction website in an effort to buy back lost photographs, which sparked a police investigation.

Rowling's ire at Harry Potter and the pirates of Ebay

ONE of the world's best-selling authors and an internet giant are locked in battle over how to deal with online piracy.

If you make net profits, you're in the taxman's web

AUCTION website users are the latest to fall foul of Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC), as the government launches a crackdown on online traders who fail to disclose their profits to the taxman.

Online auction site eBay sees revenues hit £863m

INTERNET auction operator eBay has reported record quarterly sales, helped by strong demand in the UK and Germany.

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