I thought the message you sent was in a private email since I didn't see your question posted, so I responded there. I will get the hang of the delayed postings yet. Here is the response I sent to Norm to better illustrate what I was asking.
I should have given more information in the post. What I was refering to is that after buying something and I go the page with my shipping address, there is a little notation next to it that indicates whether my address is "confirmed" or somthing to that effect. It always indicates that it is since I have bought a lot using my home address.
I was wondering if eBay needs to have a stable address in order for that to be so indicated. If not indicated, what happens? If not confirmed, do they just note it as such, and warn the seller? If the seller sees that the address is not certified, can they refuse to ship?
Was wondering if eBay checks your address against other data sources to check for consistency, and if that would be a problem if your address changes periodically while traveling.
I hope that states my question better.
Since you have not experienced any difficulties when ordering and receiving stuff while on the road, there probably is nothing to be concerned about.
Since then, Carol has responded with her experience, so it looks like there could be an issue with the seller. Best to connect with seller if questions about the address arises.