JAJAH Buttons is in trouble after less than one week of launch. Online auction eBay has informed some of its users that placing JAJAH Buttons on offers within the eBay marketplace is not allowed.
eBay’s email to JAJAH sellers states: “The listing was removed because it violated the eBay Inappropriate Links policy… links or other connections to live chat systems are not permitted.”
“We were seeing great excitement for JAJAH Buttons on eBay and we are dissappointed that some of our users’ listings are now being removed. We are currently seeking to get clarification from eBay as the situation varies from country to country. While we get positive feedback from within eBay in several countries we see other countries removing listings that contain JAJAH buttons,” says JAJAH Co-Founder Roman Scharf.
JAJAH is now encouraging its users to vote with their voice and join the JAJAH campaign to “FREE YOUR VOICE”, by placing the JAJAH buttons on as many properties on the web, blogs or emails.