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(10-10-2012 05:35 PM)23isit Wrote: You not knowing any circumstance of his situation why dont you just leave it go? You lost nothing but some time. Do you realize how much time buyers waste of sellers time? Perhaps find peace in that it cost you nothing.
(10-11-2012 01:37 PM)joe callahan13 Wrote: I would leave a negative for that too, Haze. I mean, I guess I am a jerk, but Ebay is not a complicated endeavor for me. If I have a positive experience with you as a seller, you get a positive feedback. If my buying (or trying to buy) from you is a negative experience, you will get a negative feedback. I hardly EVER give a neutral because, like I said.... it is a very simple transaction. You either follow through on what you promised by posting the auction, or you don't.
(10-11-2012 11:20 AM)joe callahan13 Wrote: He didn't cost any seller's time. The seller screwed him over. Why should he let it go because other buyers waste other seller's time?
Ok, I guess I am the only one then. I would have left a negative for sure. If you offer to sell me something, I pay you, and you don't follow through.... yeah, you're getting a negative feedback. Maybe he has a logical explanation, in which case I would retract my feedback. But if you don't follow through on your end and then ignore me on top of it, you better believe I am going to leave a negative. If you waste my time and I effectively give you a 30 day interest free loan and ignore me, I guarantee you that feedback rating isn't going to be perfect any more.