EBAY: Allow the resale of Django Action Figures on Ebay
  • Petitioned John Donahoe Ceo of Ebay

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John Donahoe Ceo of Ebay

EBAY: Allow the resale of Django Action Figures on Ebay

    1. Will M
    2. Petition by

      Will M

      Jersey City, NJ

Ebay Says! We don't allow listings that use racially offensive terms on eBay? Where is this the "item Im selling" a toy Django Action Figures based on a movie in this category? I did not use racially offensive terms on eBay. Django Unchained and the names of the other characters are not racially offensive terms. Its a toy.

To:
John Donahoe Ceo of Ebay, www.ebay.com
Allow the resale of Django Action Figures on Ebay

Sincerely,
[Your name]

Recent signatures

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    1. Reached 25 signatures
    2. Should eBay Be Banning Sale Of These Controversial Toys?

      Will M
      by Will M
      Petition Organizer
      Should eBay Be Banning Sale Of These Controversial Toys?

      Last week, news came out that the National Entertainment Collectibles Association's (NECA) Django Unchained action figures had been discontinued after drawing controversy from groups like the National Action Network and Project Islamic Hope. Director Spike Lee has been particularly critical of them. Naturally, once discontinued, the toys became instant eBay shopper bait.

    3. 'Django' Steals Overseas Box-Office Show With $42M 2nd Week

      Will M
      by Will M
      Petition Organizer

      "Django Unchained" stole the spotlight in a week of high-profile overseas box office debuts and milestones. Quentin Tarantino's slave saga, a Best Picture Oscar nominee, brought in a very strong $42.9 million over the weekend and is proving an international hit.
      That was the best of any U.S. film at the foreign box office and comes on the heels of its $48 million international debut last weekend. It launched No. 1 in Australia ($4.2 million) and New Zealand ($385,000), and held the top spots for a second week in Germany ($8.1 million, $21 million total) and France ($6.6 million, $16.4 million), and was No. 2 in the U.K. ($3.8 million. $11.5 million).
      With the $146 million "Django" has made in the U.S., where it is distributed by the Weinstein Company, its worldwide total is now $261 million.

    4. Reached 10 signatures
    5. Reached 5 signatures
    6. Contact Ebay

      Will M
      by Will M
      Petition Organizer

      eBay Inc.
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      Phone: (800) 322-9266
      Fax: (801) 838-6105
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      2145 Hamilton Ave, San Jose, CA 95125-5905
      http://www.ebay.com

    7. Amazon.com is where to sell and buy them now

      Will M
      by Will M
      Petition Organizer

      According to some sources, only 1,000 Django Unchained action figures, toys and dolls were ever released, so these have become pretty rare and highly sought after. The only place we know of that you can buy them online is Amazon.com

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    Reasons for signing

    • karsten frooninckx ANTWERP, BELGIUM
      • over 1 year ago

      beacause it's a form of censorship, and that is just wrong

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    • Ramon Hernandez COSTA MESA, CA
      • over 1 year ago

      Ebay is being very hypocritical by not allowing the sale of these figures yet their are hundreds of listings for Mammy related items, talk about racist.

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    • Sornram Supphakamnerd PAK-KRED, THAILAND
      • over 1 year ago

      I've not seen this film before so I can not comment for this case. But I still disagree with this because it's just a toy.

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    • Mr TRAG ALEXANDRIA, VA
      • over 1 year ago

      They removed my django listing 7 times!

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    • Sam Downton-Jones STALBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 1 year ago

      Collectables are awesome!

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