(11-08-2012 08:39 PM)dlcarst Wrote: I sent one to Canada, and DC said it had been accepted by my post office but nothing after that, which I've heard tracking information doesn't update at all going to Canada until it reaches the destination. Buyer said he never got it, filed a claim, and ebay ruled in his favor, saying I didn't provide valid tracking information, which is bogus since I used paypal shipping which automatically provides tracking information....anyway it was only an 8 dollar card, but I will never send any card more than 20 bucks to Canada.
(11-08-2012 08:43 PM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: I too think you're okay because of the DC.
(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote: Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
(11-10-2012 06:41 AM)chrisa19978 Wrote: Honestly I just ran into this situation and I didn't receive the card I was supposed to get. I emailed the guy telling him I never received the package even know it showed delivered. We both have a 100% feedback and I ask if we could split the price so I don't take a total loss and he wanted to just go through eBay and he won. So if you can prove the DC # you should be OK. But looking at the other guys side like myself as wasn't happy and being dissatisfied with the transaction though it was neither of are faults I left a neutral feedback as I didn't think it was fair to get the total loss as I lost the $66.00 and the card.
(11-10-2012 08:18 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: wow, i think that was really wrong of you to leave a neutral. really absolutely dead wrong. it wasnt his fault whatsoever.
honestly, you should go back and ask him to request a feedback revision from you
(11-10-2012 07:52 AM)ktcardshop Wrote: I would think that anybody sending anything with a value greater than you are prepared to loose would at least insure the package.
(11-10-2012 09:42 AM)nyyankeesfan28 Wrote: I agree completely.
(11-10-2012 09:28 AM)jacobystealshome Wrote: but the nuetral hurts his rep, hurts his ability to sell on ebay, and most probably hurts his ability to get the vaunted 20% discount that is incredibly hard to get
all for something that is in no way his fault
that's more than unfair. your beef is with the post office, or a neighbor that stole the package, not the seller. taking it out on him is just petulant.
he sent it on time, he sent it correctly. he did nothing wrong. it sucks for you, but why should he shoulder the blame or cost? it wasnt his fault.
and im a huge buyer as well. i would have NEVER left him a nuetral, hit his stars, or anything else. i would have just not given him feedback at all