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Christmas on Ebay certainly brings out all the tools.....

NEtech Avatar
2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
Over the past few weeks I have had a few headaches with some complete morons on Ebay that has cost me a small fortune due to their lunacy, however, even though this one has not cost me any money it certainly takes the biscuit!

Just had a negative feedback and it says:

"Not happy .The parcel was left where anyone could take it ! Not delivered to me!"

Lol, what an absolute tool, blame your mother because your next door neighbour bumped your car!

I sometimes wonder how people even remember to breathe, there really are some incredibly stupid people on this planet.

Do they really think we delivered this ourselves and that it was actually us who left this item wherever it was actually left?
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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
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I hand deliver all sales now to avoid neg feedback, following bad service from couriers, (or deliverers, as someone referred to them!) ,

This new international selling programme is a real ball ache.

Just got back from France, £4.36 richer though.



Edited By: logie31 on Dec 08, 2014 16:46: I inserted a comma.
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bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?



Edited By: NEtech on Dec 07, 2014 17:43
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I always pay the courier and then follow them until they deliver my parcel.

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#1
Hahahahaha
#2
Funny though!
1 Like #3
leave them feedback asking if they want you to wipe their backside when they run out of loo roll too
#4
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.
10 Likes #5
bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?



Edited By: NEtech on Dec 07, 2014 17:43
3 Likes #6
On the other hand I've dealt with some lovely ebayers recently

I'd be miffed if I got a neg feedback for a courier failing to perform the job I paid for him/her to do.

You should ask eBay to remove it as it's not a reflection on your performance, but that of the inept courier.
2 Likes #7
NEtech
bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?

I order stuff from the internet, very often it is left behind the bin or a bush, so far, touch wood I haven't had any problems. But I still think that as you are using a courier company you have a duty of care to ensure you use a responsible company. Or don't you believe in customer service?

Please can you let us know your ebay name so I don't make the mistake of ordering from you.

If you post something on here, don't expect all the comments to agree with you. But if you want to be rude, that's fine.


10 Likes #8
I always pay the courier and then follow them until they deliver my parcel.
1 Like #9
bubblegum2910
NEtech
bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?

I order stuff from the internet, very often it is left behind the bin or a bush, so far, touch wood I haven't had any problems. But I still think that as you are using a courier company you have a duty of care to ensure you use a responsible company. Or don't you believe in customer service?

Please can you let us know your ebay name so I don't make the mistake of ordering from you.

If you post something on here, don't expect all the comments to agree with you. But if you want to be rude, that's fine.



Can you let us have your ebay name bubblegum, I really feel the need to block you...
3 Likes #10
transit
I always pay the courier and then follow them until they deliver my parcel.

How do you feel whilst they're 'in transit' oO

Nervous? Sore? Happy? :pX)
1 Like #11
sickly sweet
transit
I always pay the courier and then follow them until they deliver my parcel.

How do you feel whilst they're 'in transit' oO

Nervous? Sore? Happy? :pX)

Burdened :)

Did you have any luck with the Catalogue?
3 Likes #12
to be honest it is up to you to deliver it, he should though have complained to you, you should then sort it out with your hired deliverer.

his contract is with you. if it went missing, you are responsible.

that though would be neutral feedback as not happy with the service but I got the goods. you're not exactly going to expect good positive feedback if he was unhappy with it.
#13
Flodd
bubblegum2910
NEtech
bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?

I order stuff from the internet, very often it is left behind the bin or a bush, so far, touch wood I haven't had any problems. But I still think that as you are using a courier company you have a duty of care to ensure you use a responsible company. Or don't you believe in customer service?

Please can you let us know your ebay name so I don't make the mistake of ordering from you.

If you post something on here, don't expect all the comments to agree with you. But if you want to be rude, that's fine.



Can you let us have your ebay name bubblegum, I really feel the need to block you...


I asked first
[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #14
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
#15
What feedback do you expect in such a situation?
1 Like #16
dogwalker1
What feedback do you expect in such a situation?

They could wait until the matter is resolved!
4 Likes #17
bensimmo
to be honest it is up to you to deliver it, he should though have complained to you, you should then sort it out with your hired deliverer.

his contract is with you. if it went missing, you are responsible.

that though would be neutral feedback as not happy with the service but I got the goods. you're not exactly going to expect good positive feedback if he was unhappy with it.

Get a grip. I would no way leave bad feedback for something someone had no control over ffs.
Anyone with half a brain would know it wasn't the sellers fault, I would have just gave the seller a heads up and be glad
I got my parcel ok.
#18
If you have an IQ in double figures you will realise that many EBay buyers do not - There's always at least one! - one of the many accepted perils of selling on EBay .
11 Likes #19
I hand deliver all sales now to avoid neg feedback, following bad service from couriers, (or deliverers, as someone referred to them!) ,

This new international selling programme is a real ball ache.

Just got back from France, £4.36 richer though.



Edited By: logie31 on Dec 08, 2014 16:46: I inserted a comma.
1 Like #20
bubblegum2910
NEtech
bubblegum2910
So what would you have said, if the parcel had been knicked? Surely as you are providing a service you need to ensure the courier company etc that you are using leaves it in a secure location.

Are you for real, I suspect you do not use the internet much for shopping and am not really clued up on how couriers work?

Of course if it went missing I would and always do look after my customers. But your comment is stating that I am responsible for the couriers actions which I am not and no seller is, yes we are responsible for the safe delivery of the package but you can't neg someone for the actions of a 3rd party.

Or were you the tool that negged me?

I order stuff from the internet, very often it is left behind the bin or a bush, so far, touch wood I haven't had any problems. But I still think that as you are using a courier company you have a duty of care to ensure you use a responsible company. Or don't you believe in customer service?

Please can you let us know your ebay name so I don't make the mistake of ordering from you.

If you post something on here, don't expect all the comments to agree with you. But if you want to be rude, that's fine.



oOoO

You are unreal! Please for the love of God I hope we never ever do business together!
2 Likes #21
dogwalker1
What feedback do you expect in such a situation?

Really?

So I am to blame for DPD not doing their job? WOW! I expect some of you people blame your local painter and decorator because someone gratified your back wall!

On antoher note, you order something from Argos, Argos send your item via Royal Mail and it goes missing. You do not contact Argos but decide to leave a review on the internet blaming Argos for stealing your money and not sending your item.

Some of you lot really are beyond belief. No wonder the world is they way it is with such people!
1 Like #22
The person had messaged me and apologised for thier feedback. Please note that this person only has 3 Ebay feedback and only ever left one feedback and that was my negative, so they clearly do not care about sellers on Ebay. They have not left any positives for their other transactions and only decided to take their frustration out on me. :(

"So sorry ! Not your fault , I realise that ! I was just so mad ! I live in an upstairs flat . The entrance door is clearly marked to show where each flat is located and that idiot just opened the entrance door and left the parcel against the wall. As I have had problems with parcels before, this is the last thing I wanted ! I am so sorry to have given you negative feedback but now I have calmed down, how can I remove it ?"

For the Trolls, I take it it is still my fault? If so then please educate me on how to get around this problem?

I will answer it for you, I can't! Sh*t happens with couriers from time to time, the same with any job, but to take it out on an innocent party is not the correct way to do things.



Edited By: NEtech on Dec 07, 2014 22:56
#23
NEtech
The person had messaged me and apologised for thier feedback. Please note that this person only has 3 Ebay feedback and only ever left one feedback and that was my negative, so they clearly do not care about sellers on Ebay. They have not left any positives for their other transactions and only decided to take their frustration out on me. :(

"So sorry ! Not your fault , I realise that ! I was just so mad ! I live in an upstairs flat . The entrance door is clearly marked to show where each flat is located and that idiot just opened the entrance door and left the parcel against the wall. As I have had problems with parcels before, this is the last thing I wanted ! I am so sorry to have given you negative feedback but now I have calmed down, how can I remove it ?"

For the Trolls, I take it it is still my fault? If so then please educate me on how to get around this problem?

I will answer it for you, I can't! Sh*t happens with couriers from time to time, the same with any job, but to take it out on an innocent party is not the correct way to do things.




You can give them a feedback revision form or something pal
3 Likes #24
So....you come on a forum and cry about some understandably frustrating negative feedback from a site that attracts 'tools' which seems a little like going to Africa 5 times a year and saying 'Oh look a Black person....I didn't know....' on the 5th visit....can we expect to have to wait for your exciting 'I had to refund a buyer because an item never turned up' whinge thread....do you sell tools BTW as you seem to know a lot about them....and....

"Some of you lot really are beyond belief. No wonder the world is they way it is with such people!" is only yourself talking about yourself, you do know that don't you....and a little over reactive because people don't agree with you....there's some underlying problem obviously....

Oh and as everyone who's used eBay for more than 5 mins knows, it is full of tools all year round and not just buyers....off to stock up on Popcorn now for the next thrilling adventure....



Edited By: Likely2 on Dec 08, 2014 11:17: Added more info.
banned#25
Wow, the OP deserves no sympathy given his terrible terrible attitude problem here.
3 Likes #26
If they can take the time to leave a negative then I guess they can take the time to drop the seller an email explaining their frustrations. Then the seller would of course take it up with the courier. Is that not how it should work? Think we're all in agreement that there's no shortage of clowns about.

I seen a review on Amazon with 2 stars (2 or 3) and it read something like "Bought for my grandson, so not sure if it's good or not"

=

Clown
2 Likes #27
op I am here to help you

1 go and make a cup of tea
2 you have to address of the buyer so pay a visit and poo on their door step
3 complain to the carryer
4 find the name and address for the driver
5 go to the drivers house and burn it down
6 make another cup of tea
7 warn buyers what happens to ppl who leave neg when its not your fault

8 always ask uncle miles what to do to bad ppl
banned 2 Likes #28
I think NEtech should be banned on ebay, allowing that courier to leave goods outside where anyone can take it.

Whatever next.

oO
#29
I don't know if it was sent via a crap delivery company with terrible reviews online and dirt cheap costs, I would blame you OP to some extent as you put profit ahead of providing a good service.

if I am told how things are going to be sent, I do happily buy from more expensive places because they are using decent delivery companies.
1 Like #30
NEtech
dogwalker1
What feedback do you expect in such a situation?

Really?

So I am to blame for DPD not doing their job? WOW! I expect some of you people blame your local painter and decorator because someone gratified your back wall!

On antoher note, you order something from Argos, Argos send your item via Royal Mail and it goes missing. You do not contact Argos but decide to leave a review on the internet blaming Argos for stealing your money and not sending your item.

Some of you lot really are beyond belief. No wonder the world is they way it is with such people!

I'm not sure what gratifying a back wall is but it sounds dirty is it somekind of slang?
4 Likes #31
My wife spends a lot of time on eBay.





But no, I still haven't had any bids for her..
#32
I agree that you're paying the parcel people to deliver your parcel, so they should do so in a safe and professional manner, this is in no way the seller's fault if this isn't achieved! To the OP- have you contacted eBay? They'll remove the feedback for you as it was beyond your control.
1 Like #33
iCoxyyyy
I agree that you're paying the parcel people to deliver your parcel, so they should do so in a safe and professional manner, this is in no way the seller's fault if this isn't achieved! To the OP- have you contacted eBay? They'll remove the feedback for you as it was beyond your control.

Yeah sent them a message. The feedback is not such a problem, just the mentality of some people that gets my goat right up.

Have 3 negs and every one of them is a bit silly. 1st one I got said "all ok". Hmm, cheers mate, thanks for the neg.

Second one was because I had the wrong RRP in the title as I took it from a different model. Listing and photos were perfect just the RRP was from the next model up. I offered to cover all postage costs with prepaid labels and refund the buyer. They just went off on one calling me a fraud and all sorts, could not believe it....well yeah I could to be honest as you get them from time to time.

This was my third one, again no idea why, but these things happen.. I just like to highlight things from time to time to show how unreal some people can be.

But to weigh things up I have a person who ordered something on the 22nd November and they have been patient as a Saint as it has not arrived. We agreed to give it a little longer as the couriers are behind schedule and eventually I told her I would post another out today with guaranteed next day delivery to make sure they got it for Xmas. I did just that, cost me an arm and a leg but the customer wants their item for Xmas and I needed to make sure they got it as they had waited long enough for the original one to show.

All it takes a little bit of common sense from both parties and everything will turn out OK. But, when one party starts being a bit of an idiot and starts firing unreasonable demands then that is when things start to get messed up.

This time of year I get about a dozen messages a day that are at times mind boggling, and just clog up my inbox and take up time that could be put into dealing with orders or genuine customers who are not rude and do not demand that I do something because they say so.

Edited By: NEtech on Dec 08, 2014 18:05
#34
Likely2
So....you come on a forum and cry about some understandably frustrating negative feedback from a site that attracts 'tools' which seems a little like going to Africa 5 times a year and saying 'Oh look a Black person....I didn't know....' on the 5th visit....can we expect to have to wait for your exciting 'I had to refund a buyer because an item never turned up' whinge thread....do you sell tools BTW as you seem to know a lot about them....and....

"Some of you lot really are beyond belief. No wonder the world is they way it is with such people!" is only yourself talking about yourself, you do know that don't you....and a little over reactive because people don't agree with you....there's some underlying problem obviously....

Oh and as everyone who's used eBay for more than 5 mins knows, it is full of tools all year round and not just buyers....off to stock up on Popcorn now for the next thrilling adventure....



The underlying problem is that the world is full of tools. It is nice to vent from time to time. You go get your popcorn and come back and enjoy the ride.
#35
NEtech
Likely2
So....you come on a forum and cry about some understandably frustrating negative feedback from a site that attracts 'tools' which seems a little like going to Africa 5 times a year and saying 'Oh look a Black person....I didn't know....' on the 5th visit....can we expect to have to wait for your exciting 'I had to refund a buyer because an item never turned up' whinge thread....do you sell tools BTW as you seem to know a lot about them....and....

"Some of you lot really are beyond belief. No wonder the world is they way it is with such people!" is only yourself talking about yourself, you do know that don't you....and a little over reactive because people don't agree with you....there's some underlying problem obviously....

Oh and as everyone who's used eBay for more than 5 mins knows, it is full of tools all year round and not just buyers....off to stock up on Popcorn now for the next thrilling adventure....




The underlying problem is that the world is full of tools. It is nice to vent from time to time. You go get your popcorn and come back and enjoy the ride.


and ppl who do not likeing your posts when you give good advice
1 Like #36
BuzzDuraband
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
Lol, Ive just done something very similar. You don't sell t shirts do you? (I felt so stupid! Only realised after I pressed send!)
[HUKD Deal Editor]#37
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
Lol, Ive just done something very similar. You don't sell t shirts do you? (I felt so stupid! Only realised after I pressed send!)

I do sell t-shirts ;)
#38
BuzzDuraband
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
Lol, Ive just done something very similar. You don't sell t shirts do you? (I felt so stupid! Only realised after I pressed send!)

I do sell t-shirts ;)
On Amazon? I think your tool was me!! X)

Edited By: Angel_Of_The_North on Dec 09, 2014 08:39
[HUKD Deal Editor]#39
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
Lol, Ive just done something very similar. You don't sell t shirts do you? (I felt so stupid! Only realised after I pressed send!)

I do sell t-shirts ;)
On Amazon?

Yes on Amazon ;)
#40
BuzzDuraband
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
Angel_Of_The_North
BuzzDuraband
I don't get it? I wouldn't be happy either if my delivery was left randomly, what courier service did you use?

Aside from that, I trade quite heavily on the internet, and surprisingly the most common one I get, and it has to be twice a month....

"How do I message you with the details I require?"
Lol, Ive just done something very similar. You don't sell t shirts do you? (I felt so stupid! Only realised after I pressed send!)

I do sell t-shirts ;)
On Amazon?

Yes on Amazon ;)
Keep calm ones?

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