ZollyMonsta: People are dumb.
Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.
Try Vultr using this link and get us both some credit:
gzt: Phones with apps are sold every day so I expect it might be more complex than that. There's a rumor that Nintendo claimed copyright on some of the artwork. That would explain a lot. [Edit: Nintendo is denying this rumor]
Well the reason eBay gave for pulling the auctions was:
Smartphones and tablets must be restored to factory settings before they are allowed to be sold on eBay. Please remove all content from your device, including the game Flappy Bird, before you attempt to list your item again. Please be sure your current and future listings follow these guidelines, keeping in mind that additional violations of this policy could result in the suspension of your account.
I don't know if Trade Me as a similar condition. I found this news story at http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57618745-1/you-cant-actually-sell-your-flappy-bird-phone-on-ebay/ but lots of other news sites were carrying it.