From: Bob Hardwell on
In message <1p8jaibj0p91e$.ubvhok80rz4k.dlg(a)40tude.net>, Appelation
Controlee <me(a)privacy.net> writes
>On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 08:34:40 +0100, Bob Hardwell wrote:
>
>> Has anyone else suffered sellers not leaving feedback lately?
>>
>> I have bought 3 items in the last 10 days and none of the sellers have
>> left feedback despite my sending an e-mail asking for feedback.
>>
>> Although there are no rules governing feedback I have always believed
>> that the seller should leave feedback first upon receipt of the payment.
>> The buyer should then leave feedback on receipt of the item.
>>
>> Is this a sign of the times and the new policy of preventing seller from
>> responding with negative feedback?
>
>I haven't receive feedback for three of the items I've bought over the last
>month, but who cares?
>There's simply no way I would go whingeing to the sellers about it.
>Why is it so important to you?

It's down to something that is all too often ignored nowadays e.g.
principle and courtesy. It appears that feedback is not important
anymore and I have read with interest the comments posted in response to
my question.

Thanks to all, I shall now concentrate on weightier matters.
--
Bob
From: Appelation Controlee on
On Fri, 18 Jul 2008 11:23:41 +0100, Spacker wrote:

> Appelation Controlee <me(a)privacy.net> wrote:
>
>
>>On Tue, 15 Jul 2008 08:34:40 +0100, Bob Hardwell wrote:
>>
>>> Has anyone else suffered sellers not leaving feedback lately?
>>>
>>> I have bought 3 items in the last 10 days and none of the sellers have
>>> left feedback despite my sending an e-mail asking for feedback.
>>>
>>> Although there are no rules governing feedback I have always believed
>>> that the seller should leave feedback first upon receipt of the payment.
>>> The buyer should then leave feedback on receipt of the item.
>>>
>>> Is this a sign of the times and the new policy of preventing seller from
>>> responding with negative feedback?
>>
>>I haven't receive feedback for three of the items I've bought over the last
>>month, but who cares?
>>There's simply no way I would go whingeing to the sellers about it.
>>Why is it so important to you?
>
> If you're planning to rip someone off, the more feedback you have the
> more likely you are to get away with it.

Yeah but, fair do's, I don't think that's applicable to Bob.