Friday, July 25, 2008

eBay Software Pirate Sentenced

In yesterdays post I gave suggestions on how all online sellers can go about increasing the trust that buyers have for us as a whole.

Today I want to point out a recent news story that shows what not to do to foster trust in online selling.

You can read PCMag.com's coverage of the story Software Pirate Sentenced to Four Years.
The Software and Information Industry Association said this week that a key seller of fraudulent software on eBay, Jeremiah Mondello, had been sentenced to 48 months in federal prison.

Mondello pled guilty in May to counts of copyright infringement, mail fraud and aggravated identity theft. He was also sentenced to three years supervised release after the conclusion of his sentence, as well as 150 hours of community service.

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