Ebay.com Sells E-Commerce Sites

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Online auction site Ebay.com, San Jose, CA, will auction five fully developed e-commerce sites next month, which will be capable of selling virtually anything. The bidding for each of the sites will begin at $25,000. Those interested in purchasing an existing golf pro shop must be willing to begin bidding at $150,000 on www.golfliquidators.com.


Five sites will be auctioned each month. The sites were designed by Interfund Financial, Seattle. The package includes Web-ready software for ordering product from vendors, pricing, item entry, accounting, ad tracking, accepting credit card payments and shipping products to customers. Interfund also will offer design and technical support.
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