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== Citation ==
 
== Citation ==
   
'''MacNeil v. Trambert,''' 401 Ill.App.3d 1077, 342 Ill.Dec. 314, 932 N.E.2d 441 (2010) ([http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=4972289493660456700&q=MacNeil+v.+Trambert&hl=en&as_sdt=2002 full-text]).
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'''MacNeil v. Trambert,''' 2010 WL 2222805 (Ill. App. 2 Dist. June 3, 2010) ([http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=4972289493660456700&q=MacNeil+v.+Trambert&hl=en&as_sdt=2002 full-text]).
   
 
== Factual Background ==
 
== Factual Background ==
   
Defendant Trambert, a resident of California, listed a Toyota SUV for sale to the highest bidder on [[eBay]] in November of 2008. Defendant was later notified that Plaintiff MacNeil, a resident of Illinois, was the winning bidder, and the two made arrangements for payment and delivery. As part of the [[eBay]] Terms and Conditions, MacNeil was responsible for pick-up or shipping of the vehicle. In December, Plaintiff’s agent in California inspected the vehicle and accepted title and possession, and delivered Plaintiff's cashier's check, which was drawn on an Illinois bank. After personally inspecting the vehicle Plaintiff discovered that there was no [[satellite radio]] and no [[DVD]] [[screen]]s in the headrest, as had been indicated in the [[eBay]] listing. In February of 2009, Plaintiff filed an Illinois [[small claims court]] action for $2,546 and Defendant [[motion to dismiss|moved to dismiss]] for lack of [[personal jurisdiction]]. The trial court granted defendant's motion and the plaintiff appealed.
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Defendant Trambert, a resident of California, listed a Toyota SUV for sale to the highest bidder on [[eBay]] in November of 2008. Defendant was later notified that Plaintiff MacNeil, a resident of Illinois, was the winning bidder, and the two made arrangements for payment and delivery. As part of the [[eBay]] Terms and Conditions, MacNeil was responsible for pick-up or shipping of the vehicle. In December, Plaintiff’s agent in California inspected the vehicle and accepted title and possession, and delivered Plaintiff’s cashier’s check, which was drawn on an Illinois bank. After personally inspecting the vehicle Plaintiff discovered that there was no satellite radio and no [[DVD]] screens in the headrest, as had been indicated in the [[eBay]] listing. In February of 2009, Plaintiff filed an Illinois [[small claims court]] action for $2,546 and Defendant [[motion to dismiss]] moved to dismiss for lack of [[personal jurisdiction]]. The trial court granted defendant's motion and the plaintiff appealed.
   
 
== Appellate Court Proceedings ==
 
== Appellate Court Proceedings ==

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