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Do not compare items in your titles
On eBay, sellers are not permitted to make comparisons between items in a listing title. For example, the title "Gold Rolex at a Swatch price" is not permitted on eBay because it makes a comparison between the item you are offering, a Rolex watch, to a Swatch watch.
Violations of this policy may result in a range of actions, including:
Some examples for the items which are not permitted on eBay
Use of words such as "like," "style," and "not" in the title of your listing will often result in a comparison violation, so avoid using these terms accept when they are related to the item, e.g. a listing of the movie "Some Like it Hot".
Comparison of items in the title results in a poor shopping and finding experience for buyers since comparison returns listings in which the buyer may have no be interested
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