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(09-20-2012 12:56 PM)nthnoak Wrote: ha, i would tell him just that. im not leaving positive feedback if he doesnt do what he says. but at the same time, i totally agree with you. i wouldnt be mad really at all but getting those stupid reminders for feedback is annoying. id would just politely ask him if you are going to receive anything.
(09-20-2012 12:52 PM)y2hood Wrote: I took part in an Ebay Box Break and wound up not getting anything from my team pulled. No problem, I understood the risk. I had to explain to my boss (my better half) why there was $x.00 deducted via Paypal and I have nothing to show for it. "BUT! The listing says that all participants do get something so that they remain within Ebay guidelines therefore it's NOT a chance auction."
A month later I've never received the "something." The user has perfect feedback so basically I'm feeling like I'm going all "sour grapes" on it and don't want to be "that guy."
Should I try to get my "something" or just accept that's the way the cookie crumbles with these things? It's the first time I've ever done one of these and I anticipated getting "burned" but I'm not TOO mad about it. At the same time every time I log into Ebay there's a feedback reminder and I'm not leaving positive feedback if I didn't get what the description stated.
Penny for your thoughts.
(09-20-2012 01:03 PM)nineof Wrote: If you're unhappy, I say blow the seller up. Being the bigger person is soooooo overrated.