Have you recently bought a new Blu-ray movie?
If so, there has probably been a code included, called “Ultraviolet Code”, that allows you to save a digital copy of the movie on your computer.
Have you ever thought to sell that ultraviolet code? If you thought about putting it on eBay, I caution you!
eBay might consider selling ultraviolet codes as copyright infringement, take the listing down, and slap a policy violation on your account. I said “might” because it’s not always the case.
I haven’t tried it myself but I know some sellers tried to sell ultraviolet codes on eBay and got a bad taste in their mouths.
The funny thing is that eBay allows some sellers to sell ultraviolet codes but takes down some other sellers’ listings and reward them a policy violation. You know, the typical selective policy enforcement going on by eBay.
However, if you really want to sell the code, maybe this tip helps you out:
experiment selling it as a bonus to another item (maybe a low-value item you really don’t care about). In that case, I recommend you put only the word “Bonus” in the title, maybe twice. Don’t mention ultraviolet code in the title.
Like I said, I haven’t tried selling ultraviolet codes on eBay so this is only a tip that may or may not work.
If you have any experience or thought about this type of interesting eBay behavior, please do share.