Letter to Ebay Customer Service, Part-2

Email Account – Brian Henley

From: Brian Henley [henley_b@hotmail.com]

Sent: Wenesday, February 11, 2009 1:30 PM
To: Ebay Customer Service [support@ebay.com]
Subject: Re: Rules for selling on ebay

Dear Ackley T.:

Thank you for answering my question regarding the sale of human material on eBay. I am glad, for two reasons, to hear that the sale of human remains, body parts and whole human beings is forbidden. One, it would be immoral to traffic and trade in something as sacred as our very bodies and beings. Kudos to you, eBay. Second, it appears that there is currently no rule to stand in the way of my ambition, which is to auction off my immortal soul.

I’m unsure if this is unprecedented or not. Please contact me if the sale of one’s divine soul violates any of eBay’s policies. I want to be sure I am in compliance before I post my soul for bids.


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