I visited Goofbay to check out a seller, for another PF member and this is what I found: As some of you are aware we have been in constant communication with eBay regarding our tools and service to you the general eBay public. eBay have objected to a number of our tools and we have reasoned and tweaked the tools to try to fit in with eBay policies. Unfortunately our API (our programming interface to eBAy) access has been removed and as a direct result, none of our tools now work. We are not sure why eBay has revoked our access without dialogue, it may be because they object more strongly to the tools than they have told us thus far. We are keen to re-instate our access and re-enable the tools we have, we are therefore asking our community to show their support by adding their email address to our petition that if the need arises and we do not get back our API access we will show them the community solidarity. Sign our petition by entering your email address in the box below. (1019 Signatures so far) Frankly, it looks as though eBay's profits may be being affected by potential buyers having the ability to quickly and easily find out just how bad/unreliable many eBay sellers are. What other reason would eBay have for doing this?! Please show your support for easy and fair analysis of eBay sellers, by visiting this page and signing the petition (it will only take you a second!): http://www.goofbay.co.uk/ebay_tools Thank you!