Do you ever wonder whether you are ever communicating to a real person when you send messages to eBay? I do.
Anyway here is the bug in case anyone from eBay reads this and actually wishes to try it for themselves rather than just telling me to try erasing temporary internet files, and all the other valuable advice I received.
Step 1. Sign in under your account and list an item for sale.
Step 2. Sign out of your account.
Step 3. Sign in under another account and list an item for sale.
The item you just listed gets listed under your account, not the account that was actually signed into at the time.
The problem happened to me when I listed some items for sale, then my girlfriend signed in to her account and listed her items, but they all showed under my account. Strangely, it showed her account at the top of the window ("G'day x") but in the item preview it showed my account. I have replicated this problem several times.
I use IE7, not sure if it happens with other browsers.
If I close the browser before signing into the other account then there is no problem.
I would consider this a serious bug, wouldn't you?
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