eBay imposes sales restrictions on Nexus 4 due to overwhelming demand

As many Nexus 4 customers are being forced to wait until 2013 to get their hands on the new device, eBay has found it necessary to impose sales restrictions on the stock Android 4.2 smartphone. The online retailer usually warrants these types of restrictions to prevent fraudulent listings from being posted, most often for items that have overwhelming demand.

The official message reads:

ATTENTION SELLERS: LIST YOUR GOOGLE NEXUS 4 NOW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BUYER DEMAND

The launch of the Google Nexus 4 is underway, so now’s a great time to list these highly anticipated devices. Follow these guidelines for listing the Google Nexus 4 and take advantage of strong buyer demand.Google Nexus 4 Product Post-Launch SalesYou may list a Google Nexus 4 with some limitations:

  • Authorized resellers will be allowed to list an unlimited number of items per week.
  • eBay Top Rated Sellers will be allowed to list up to 8 items per week.
  • All sellers meeting minimum performance standards will be allowed to list 4 items per week.
  • New sellers who’ve confirmed their personal information may list 1 item per week.
Note: Sellers not meeting minimum performance standards or that haven’t confirmed their personal information will not be allowed to list the Google Nexus 4 during the post-launch sale period.
So, if it wasn’t hard enough to get your hands on a Nexus 4 already, things are looking to become even tougher over the coming weeks. If you’ve been fortunate enough to receive one, but plan on selling it, you’ll want to hit the source link below for the full run-down.
Source: eBay

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  • Skarton

    Its not like you can get one for a reasonable price quickly anyway