From: Legend-11 on
A couple of times, I've seemed to notice one or two positive feedbacks
appearing for me, all of a sudden, from sellers who had seemingly
'forgot' to leave it back when the transactions happened. It's always
from sellers who I had left positive feedback for at the time of the
original transaction, so I was wondering if eBay does this automatically
out of a sense of fairness? If not, it just must be a coincidence that
more than one forgetful seller decides to leave me feedback that is 3
months overdue.

Thanks.


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Legend-11
From: Fran on

"Legend-11" <Slitheen23(a)dropallthisgooglemail.com> wrote in message
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>A couple of times, I've seemed to notice one or two positive feedbacks
>appearing for me, all of a sudden, from sellers who had seemingly 'forgot'
>to leave it back when the transactions happened. It's always from sellers
>who I had left positive feedback for at the time of the original
>transaction, so I was wondering if eBay does this automatically out of a
>sense of fairness? If not, it just must be a coincidence that more than one
>forgetful seller decides to leave me feedback that is 3 months overdue.
>

They're using automated seller management systems.


From: Niel J Humphreys on
"Legend-11" <Slitheen23(a)dropallthisgooglemail.com> wrote in message
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>A couple of times, I've seemed to notice one or two positive feedbacks
>appearing for me, all of a sudden, from sellers who had seemingly 'forgot'
>to leave it back when the transactions happened. It's always from sellers
>who I had left positive feedback for at the time of the original
>transaction, so I was wondering if eBay does this automatically out of a
>sense of fairness? If not, it just must be a coincidence that more than one
>forgetful seller decides to leave me feedback that is 3 months overdue.

Some sellers just do feedback in bulk every now and again. At the end of the
day buyer feedback is totally irrelevent, now that buyers can only ever get
positive feedback what's the point other than ego stroking?



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From: Dr Zoidberg on

"Legend-11" <Slitheen23(a)dropallthisgooglemail.com> wrote in message
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> A couple of times, I've seemed to notice one or two positive feedbacks
> appearing for me, all of a sudden, from sellers who had seemingly 'forgot'
> to leave it back when the transactions happened. It's always from sellers
> who I had left positive feedback for at the time of the original
> transaction, so I was wondering if eBay does this automatically out of a
> sense of fairness? If not, it just must be a coincidence that more than
> one forgetful seller decides to leave me feedback that is 3 months
> overdue.
>
If they are like me , they just forgot , then when doing a more recent
feedback they spotted the old one and did them as a batch.

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Alex

From: Dr Zoidberg on

"Niel J Humphreys" <admin(a)sznzozwdzoznzczozmzpzuztzezrzs.co.uk> wrote in
message news:hsed0k$2bdb$1(a)adenine.netfront.net...
> "Legend-11" <Slitheen23(a)dropallthisgooglemail.com> wrote in message
> news:RNxGn.3943$Lg1.1918(a)newsfe17.ams2...
>>A couple of times, I've seemed to notice one or two positive feedbacks
>>appearing for me, all of a sudden, from sellers who had seemingly 'forgot'
>>to leave it back when the transactions happened. It's always from sellers
>>who I had left positive feedback for at the time of the original
>>transaction, so I was wondering if eBay does this automatically out of a
>>sense of fairness? If not, it just must be a coincidence that more than
>>one forgetful seller decides to leave me feedback that is 3 months
>>overdue.
>
> Some sellers just do feedback in bulk every now and again. At the end of
> the day buyer feedback is totally irrelevent, now that buyers can only
> ever get positive feedback what's the point other than ego stroking?
Well it still counts towards the number next to your star , and a lot of
buyers just glance that way before purchasing , so it does have a little
benefit.
Some people do seem to see getting the feedback as more important than
receiving the item itself though...

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Alex

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