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1 Like #1
Finding out who to leave feedback confused me for a while, could be they simply don't know how.
#2
Robj1
Finding out who to leave feedback confused me for a while, could be they simply don't know how.


​Ignored all messages, private and on the 2 threads. I gave that a chance.
#3
To be honest you can't make people leave feedback, some people will simply never bother. Chasing feedback will probably make some people less inclined to leave any unfortunately. I found the same selling on ebay.
1 Like #4
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.
#5
JohnnyRoller
To be honest you can't make people leave feedback, some people will simply never bother. Chasing feedback will probably make some people less inclined to leave any unfortunately. I found the same selling on ebay.


​I had many issues selling on eBay, not so much on Amazon, feedback is complicated on Amazon so I get why.
#6
MrScotchBonnet
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.


​Well I won't be selling anything to anyone unless they agree to leaving relevant feedback to their experience before hand. I went out my way to please a buyer and because of that, I feel annoyed. Is it mandatory to ignore someone and lie to them?
2 Likes #7
Pacman786
MrScotchBonnet
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.


​Well I won't be selling anything to anyone unless they agree to leaving relevant feedback to their experience before hand. I went out my way to please a buyer and because of that, I feel annoyed. Is it mandatory to ignore someone and lie to them?


​why do u want to sell at a loss u mean u got stuff u don't want and know want get rid of it just give it to a charity shop instead if u want make be nice to people or people who sleep on the streets selling things for a loss on a website doesn't make people think any different of you they don't know you or how much you got it for.
banned 4 Likes #8
Op seems like a whiner tbh if u got demands for feedback I'd ignore Ore him too
1 Like #9
You chose to sell at a loss. No one forced your hand.

As said no one is obliged to leave any feedback. If I was the buyer however, and I saw this thread I would be leaving you a Neutral
#10
Fair play, I do already give to charity, selling things for lower than they are worth, felt like it would be appreciated. Demands they weren't, they were polite requested which got ignored, now I created this thread because I felt hard done by. No whining or anything, just confused about some people's behaviour. Never mind. Win some, lose some. Lost this time. No more selling on here going on. Think what you will readers.
1 Like #11
No feedback is better than a 'neutral' or a 'negative'. So keep quiet and be happy !
#12
wood33pecker
No feedback is better than a 'neutral' or a 'negative'. So keep quiet and be happy !


​Why would I deserve a negative or neutral? The items were new and sealed, lots cheaper than they would be off anyone else. Sent off 10 minutes after payment was made and were delivered within 2 days. Pleases and thank you's were also used often. Buyer tried to sell one item for a profit too. Make your own mind up, but use your thinking prowess beforehand.
#13
Rage against the machine before I stay quiet about anything, silence of the lambs, this war was raged upon me. :{
2 Likes #14
MrScotchBonnet
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.
Pacman786
​Well I won't be selling anything to anyone unless they agree to leaving relevant feedback to their experience before hand. I went out my way to please a buyer and because of that, I feel annoyed. Is it mandatory to ignore someone and lie to them?

Leaving feedback before the sale is completed? Good luck with that.


If you gain feedback that you think is inappropriate (from this particular buyer, or from anybody) you can ask for it to be reviewed/removed. However, as MrScotchBonnet said, the feedback system is not a mandatory requirement for using the "For Sale / Trade" Forum.

There is no cost to you in using this Forum. No fees to pay, no identification documents to provide, or forms to complete. The only mandatory requests you are likely to receive are from the site's Moderators asking for proof of purchase (including the original price paid), the price of the item(s) being sold, &/or photographs of the same item(s) with your member name & a recent date within the same image.

So, if you do not like the site's rules, please do not use the free service.

Yes, the lack of Feedback may be annoying, especially if you feel you went above & beyond what you would expect to gain a sale, but such is life. Please just move on for your own sanity.

You did not need to sell (at any price), or with any terms & conditions imposed by another member. As long as a sale has not been agreed (by a buyer meeting your asking price & any of your sale restrictions such as acceptable payment method, or the postal service you wish to use), you can withdraw the offer at any time.

Finally, you also do not need to sell to the first member offering you the asking price. It is the seller's prerogative to select one of the members meeting the terms of sale. It is not a first come/first served arrangement.

Edited By: fanpages on Nov 13, 2016 16:48: Now out of moderation queue.
#15
I sold a dlc code on here and left the person feedback but never received feedback myself. Some people are just ignorant and ungrateful but nothing we can do about it
#16
reddevil2015
I sold a dlc code on here and left the person feedback but never received feedback myself. Some people are just ignorant and ungrateful but nothing we can do about it


​Thanks. :{
#17
fanpages
MrScotchBonnet
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.[/quote
[quote=Pacman786]​Well I won't be selling anything to anyone unless they agree to leaving relevant feedback to their experience before hand. I went out my way to please a buyer and because of that, I feel annoyed. Is it mandatory to ignore someone and lie to them?

Leaving feedback before the sale is completed? Good luck with that.


If you gain feedback that you think is inappropriate (from this particular buyer, or from anybody) you can ask for it to be reviewed/removed. However, as MrScotchBonnet said, the feedback system is not a mandatory requirement for using the "For Sale / Trade" Forum.

There is no cost to you in using this Forum. No fees to pay, no identification documents to provide, or forms to complete. The only mandatory requests you are likely to receive are from the site's Moderators asking for proof of purchase (including the original price paid), the price of the item(s) being sold, &/or photographs of the same item(s) with your member name & a recent date within the same image.

So, if you do not like the site's rules, please do not use the free service.

Yes, the lack of Feedback may be annoying, especially if you feel you went above & beyond what you would expect to gain a sale, but such is life. Please just move on for your own sanity.

You did not need to sell (at any price), or with any terms & conditions imposed by another member. As long as a sale has not been agreed (by a buyer meeting your asking price & any of your sale restrictions such as acceptable payment method, or the postal service you wish to use), you can withdraw the offer at any time.

Finally, you also do not need to sell to the first member offering you the asking price. It is the seller's prerogative to select one of the members meeting the terms of sale. It is not a first come/first served arrangement.


​Sanity is intact, dignity not so much. Thanks for the response, just builds a trust barrier having positive feedback, 2 items were sold and not a single word since. Putting this to bed.
#18
fanpages
MrScotchBonnet
Feedback isn't mandatory. Annoying as it is, you just have to get on with it.[/quote
[quote=Pacman786]​Well I won't be selling anything to anyone unless they agree to leaving relevant feedback to their experience before hand. I went out my way to please a buyer and because of that, I feel annoyed. Is it mandatory to ignore someone and lie to them?

Leaving feedback before the sale is completed? Good luck with that.


If you gain feedback that you think is inappropriate (from this particular buyer, or from anybody) you can ask for it to be reviewed/removed. However, as MrScotchBonnet said, the feedback system is not a mandatory requirement for using the "For Sale / Trade" Forum.

There is no cost to you in using this Forum. No fees to pay, no identification documents to provide, or forms to complete. The only mandatory requests you are likely to receive are from the site's Moderators asking for proof of purchase (including the original price paid), the price of the item(s) being sold, &/or photographs of the same item(s) with your member name & a recent date within the same image.

So, if you do not like the site's rules, please do not use the free service.

Yes, the lack of Feedback may be annoying, especially if you feel you went above & beyond what you would expect to gain a sale, but such is life. Please just move on for your own sanity.

You did not need to sell (at any price), or with any terms & conditions imposed by another member. As long as a sale has not been agreed (by a buyer meeting your asking price & any of your sale restrictions such as acceptable payment method, or the postal service you wish to use), you can withdraw the offer at any time.

Finally, you also do not need to sell to the first member offering you the asking price. It is the seller's prerogative to select one of the members meeting the terms of sale. It is not a first come/first served arrangement.


​Agree to leave feedback relevant to the experience, obviously after it, not before. How could that even happen... I'm not silly.
[mod]#19
As per our Guidelines:

Trading Feedback.
Please make sure you leave clear and honest trading feedback for any trade you have completed. This helps good traders build a healthy reputation and warns others about the bad ones.

Feedback should only be left after a trade is completely entered into, such as items paid for, exchange of items commenced etc. Please do not use it as a retaliatory tool at any time for any site issue, as that will at least result in an infraction, suspension or your exclusion from trading altogether.

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So we cover it under our guidelines but if a member chooses to not leave feedback at the end of the day that is their decision. We wouldn't punish someone for not leaving feedback. It is frustrating if you're trying to build up a healthy reputation but I don't see many reports of trade partners not leaving feedback. On the whole everyone is pretty good.
#20
I think MJ says it all.

I'm short of around 10-20 feedback. I'll live.

I've also refrained from leaving some (as yet) as it won't be positive (nor negative - not responding to PM's and not posting until after a week after payment doesn't warrant a negative for me), so indications may be there still.

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