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(02-11-2012 01:52 PM)soccerscrub Wrote: For those of you saying to leave negative, "take a chill pill!" The cards arrived on time and as expected. There was no damage, so in that respect, the seller did his part. That isn't to say that it will always happen this way, but in this instance, it was a 100% positive experience and the buyer got the cards in the condition expected. You can't ding someone for what "could have happened," you can only ding them if it happens.
(02-11-2012 03:54 PM)superynaldo Wrote: No, you are missing the point... You ding him in his shipping practices due to the fact he took the cheap way out and threw them in an unprotected envelope... I mean, who does that??? I just love eBay sellers...
(02-11-2012 07:16 PM)soccerscrub Wrote: I'm not missing the point at all... I'm just saying that there is no way to ding him on this transaction as it was explained. The deal was clean and if the description didn't say anything about how he was shipping, there is nothing to complain about. If the cards were dinged up, complain away. Leave a comment in explaining how it was shipped, but leave the positive feedback.
(02-10-2012 08:53 PM)patsfan129 Wrote: id give him negative still
(02-11-2012 08:48 PM)superynaldo Wrote: Ok fine, ding him for being too cheap and lazy to ship them the right way... Will that work???