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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
Hi All,

This is just a question that I thought Id ask and see the replies I get:

Why do Mods quickly pick up petty rule breaking very very quickly but when a report is raised concerning non receipt of paid goods they dont reply, not even with an update?

I said it before and I will say it again, HUKD is becoming so frustrating!!!
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Its not a Mod issue if your sale goes wrong, that's why the rules are there for. You should be in possession of all details etc to take your own action.
banned 2 Likes #2
Its easy to see when the petty rules are broken such as overbumping. But trade disputes can take a bit of investigation to get the full picture of what's going on.

Or the Mods just hate you lol
#3
Paddy Charlie
Its easy to see when the petty rules are broken such as overbumping. But trade disputes can take a bit of investigation to get the full picture of what's going on.

Or the Mods just hate you lol

Thats probably the case lol!!!
banned#4
OP

Sorry about that, looking back on our log, it appears the report was cleared, but had that been the actual case, then it should have been noted within the relevant thread.

However I'll look at the report in detail now, ,meanwhile please consider getting in touch directly with the seller. We only expect reports when a trade dispute is in progress and both parties are unable to come to some sort of agreement.


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Apr 20, 2011 11:07
#5
aScottishBloke
OP

Sorry about that, looking back on our log, it appears the report was cleared, but had that been the actual case, then it should have been noted within the relevant thread.

However I'll look at the report in detail now, ,meanwhile please consider getting in touch directly with the seller. We only expect reports when a trade dispute is in progress and both parties are unable to come to some sort of agreement.


Thanks for the reply.

I have tried several times, via PM, through the thread and via personal email that she sent to me via PM for payment, but still no reply.
banned#6
We advise members to follow the trading rules and advice in full, failure to do so can be perceived as handing cash over to a complete stranger whilst blindfolded. I can understand some members may take a calculated risk and not follow through on all the details, but surely commonsense must prevail when there's little or no previous trading history to make a judgement upon.

Always follow the Trading Advice in full for agreed trades and prior to payment.

All buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that either party is genuine by providing and verifying the following via PM to each other:

* Landline telephone number – make a CALL to check out the area code and number are correct. Consider using the BT Directory or 192.com to verify.
* Name and address including postcode. Consider verifying via 192.com
* Valid e-mail address.
* If you’re using PayPal, check to see if the seller has eBay feedback. You can also make a small payment to and from each other to validate the PayPal e-mail address
* Only buy from Verified PayPal Members if possible

Do NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Apr 20, 2011 11:39
banned#7
One moderator now spends 96.3% of their time stalking me ready to banhammer me. It's probably down to that - they're effectively a man down until further notice.
#8
aScottishBloke
We advise members to follow the trading rules and advice in full, failure to do so can be perceived as handing cash over to a complete stranger whilst blindfolded. I can understand some members may take a calculated risk and not follow through on all the details, but surely commonsense must prevail when there's little or no previous trading history to make a judgement upon.

Always follow the Trading Advice in full for agreed trades and prior to payment.

All buyers and sellers should satisfy themselves that either party is genuine by providing and verifying the following via PM to each other:

* Landline telephone number – make a CALL to check out the area code and number are correct. Consider using the BT Directory or 192.com to verify.
* Name and address including postcode. Consider verifying via 192.com
* Valid e-mail address.
* If you’re using PayPal, check to see if the seller has eBay feedback. You can also make a small payment to and from each other to validate the PayPal e-mail address
* Only buy from Verified PayPal Members if possible

Do NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

Thanks!

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