A New Zealand woman put her husband on auction on e-Bay Style Site, TradeMe. In the advertisement, Linda McAlister auctioned her husband with some qualities like, will be loyal until fed and watered, six feet tall, beef farmers and easy to handle. Furthermore, the sale with "no return or exchange" disclaimer reached New Zealand $100 (£49). However, due to breach of rules and conditions, TradeMe, took down the sale advertisement.
Due to repeated violations of Amazon's Community policies, around 600 Chinese brands have been removed and banned from its platform. It was stated that the ban against the Chinese brands was not a campaign against China but to prove to companies that Amazon promotes healthy and fair competition. Chinese companies are now venturing into other E-Commerce companies like eBay and Ali Express.
Courtesy: The Times Of India
After a six-day auction on eBay, a single piece of McDonald's BTS meal chicken nugget was sold for $99,997. The chicken nugget, which was posted up for auction on May 28, was said to have an uncanny resemblance to an 'Among Us' game character. Interestingly, the bid started at just $0.99 after which it shot up. This is said to be one of the biggest bid related to BTS.
Courtesy: The Times of India