Galaxy Foamposites at Center of Lawsuit against eBay

Galaxy Foamposites at Center of Lawsuit against eBay

Galaxy Foamposite Ebay Lawsuit

If you’re a season eBay seller you’ve probably had an auction fall through for one reason or another. But have you ever had eBay pull the plug on an item? That’s what happened to the Mofo brothers of Quebec, who had a pair of the Nike Air Foamposite One “Galaxy” up for sale last year that reached up to $96,750 before eBay removed the auction, apparently because “as first-time sellers they didn’t qualify to sell them”. What’s followed is a legal battle, as the brothers decided to go after eBay for disallowing them to get off their Galaxies. Read the full story at the Montreal Gazette and tell us in the comments what you think of this lawsuit.

Nike Foamposite Galaxy Ebay Lawsuit
Source: Montreal Gazette

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