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How to rid the "Ask an Expert Seller" Pop-up

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Greensands12/08/2020 11:55:18
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Has anyone come up with a means of getting rid of the extremely annoying "Ask an Expert Seller" Pop-up currently being experienced on ebay?

Henry Brown12/08/2020 12:02:51
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Not seen here and I use ebay a lot! Is it something google is trying to be "helpful" with?

Grindstone Cowboy12/08/2020 13:52:59
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Firefox browser has pop-up blocking enabled as standard, as does Microsoft Edge, so if you are using one of those maybe you have (inadvertantly) allowed pop-ups on the Ebay site?

I've not seen any whilst using Ebay recently.

Rob

Greensands12/08/2020 16:04:54
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Blocking Pop-ups on Firefox does not have the required effect. There is a current thread elsewhere on the topic where a number of people are having the same problems where it is also being suggested that it is impossible to remove - watch this space

Michael Gilligan12/08/2020 16:32:34
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It seems that this pop-up has a long history:

**LINK**

https://community.ebay.co.uk/t5/Seller-Central/Am-I-the-only-one-instantly-annoyed-with-the-ask-an-expert/td-p/6702076

I don’t recall having ever suffered it though

... is it exclusively targeting sellers ? 

 

MichaelG.

Edited By Michael Gilligan on 12/08/2020 16:35:03

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