From: Niel Humphreys on
"A Sellers" <Sellers(a)Hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:8ckjg8Fia1U1(a)mid.individual.net...
> 1. The seller didn't inform the buyer when they've despatched the item.
> Ideally
> all sellers should do this, but many don't in my experience. This in
> itself
> however, hardly merits negative feedback.

Not in itself no*

> 2. The buyer should have been informed once a delivery had been attempted
> normally by a card through the door. I don't know of any carrier or
> courier
> who as a matter of policy don't leave a card. The fact that one wasn't
> left
> in this case, or left in the wrong door, is presumably the fault of the
> driver.
> Again hardly the fault of the seller, or deserving of negative feedback.

Not in itself no*

> 3. Once the seller informed the buyer that a delivery had been attempted
> but
> had failed and provided the buyer with all the necessary information i.e.
> the phone
> number and address of the courier to arrange re-delivery there was nothing
> else
> the seller could be expected to do. The fact that they didn't offer any
> addition
> "help" whatever that was supposed to consist of, again hardly merits
> negative
> feedback.

The seller did not give the buyer the phone number and address of the
courier though, or even identify what courier was used.

> 4. The fact that the telephonist at the Couriers didn't have a clue -
> another beef
> of the buyer, is again hardly the fault of the seller. Maybe the regular
> telephonist
> was on holiday that week. Again hardly deservong negative feedback.

The buyer was not dealing with the courier, he was dealing with the seller's
shipping agent.

* I should point out at no point have I advise the buyer to leave negative
feedback.


From: petrolcan on
In article <8ckg25FtprU1(a)mid.individual.net>, A Sellers says...
>
> "petrolcan" <petrolcan(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote in message
> news:MPG.26cf08924b0379a998988d(a)news.virginmedia.com...
> > > Exactly. If the buyer is a regular on this Group that would certainly explain why
> > > you should side with the buyer so readily when you haven't even seen a single one
> > > of these messages he sent to the seller, asking for "help".
> >
> > I'm going on the info provided by the OP unless you can provide an alternative
> > veiw.
>
> As I said.
>
> You're recommending the buyer leaves negative feedback without having read a
> single one of these messages he left for the seller.
>
> You have no idea of the content of these messages, what they acually said
> at all, have you ?
>
> Maybe they were the kind of message that didn't warrant a reply of any sort.
>
> You don't know that, do you ?
>
> Maybe in addition to getting help in using a telephone, the buyer also needs
> some help in using "copy and paste" as well.

So no alternative view then.
From: petrolcan on
In article <8ckh7iF53qU1(a)mid.individual.net>, A Sellers says...
>
> "petrolcan" <petrolcan(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote in message
> news:MPG.26cf06dba80cbcdc98988c(a)news.virginmedia.com...
> >
> > > and when for all you know the buyer could be
> > > trying to pull a fast one - now with your help.
> >
> > Ah, now you are accusing the buyer of being dishonest.
>
> No I'm not.
>
> I'm giving the seller's point of view, when dealing with a complete
> stranger who he's never spoken to.

Of course you were.

> I've come to the conclusion that you're either a very stupid person,
> or someone with rather too much time on their hands.

Ah, insult time, is it? Straight from the book of fran.

> All the more so, given the frequency of your messages to this Group.
> As compared with the fact that you've only around 800 eBay transactions
> to your name, spread over almost 10 years.

Number of feedback does not equal amount of transactions. Have a better look.

Another thing to consider is that that is not my only ebay account.
From: TOG on
On 13 Aug, 11:14, petrolcan <petrol...(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote:

<Fracker mode>

> Another thing to consider is that that is not my only ebay account.

Oh, so what have you got to hide?

</fm>
From: A Sellers on

"petrolcan" <petrolcan(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote in message
news:MPG.26cf2b43d94558b6989890(a)news.virginmedia.com...
> In article <8ckh7iF53qU1(a)mid.individual.net>, A Sellers says...
> >
> > "petrolcan" <petrolcan(a)SPAMgmail.com> wrote in message
> > news:MPG.26cf06dba80cbcdc98988c(a)news.virginmedia.com...
> > >
> > > > and when for all you know the buyer could be
> > > > trying to pull a fast one - now with your help.
> > >
> > > Ah, now you are accusing the buyer of being dishonest.
> >
> > No I'm not.
> >
> > I'm giving the seller's point of view, when dealing with a complete
> > stranger who he's never spoken to.
>
> Of course you were.
>
> > I've come to the conclusion that you're either a very stupid person,
> > or someone with rather too much time on their hands.
>
> Ah, insult time, is it? Straight from the book of fran.

According to you, I'm the seller, I'm possibly called Renner, and now it seems
this fran making your life a misery.

Got a crush on you has she ? She can't take rejection, is that it ?


>
> > All the more so, given the frequency of your messages to this Group.
> > As compared with the fact that you've only around 800 eBay transactions
> > to your name, spread over almost 10 years.
>
> Number of feedback does not equal amount of transactions. Have a better look.
>
> Another thing to consider is that that is not my only ebay account.


So that's common knowledge on the Group as well then, is it ?

Otherwise the buyer would only be able to buy camera lenses from you on this
account ****everyone*** knows about, wouldn't he ? Not any of the things you
sell on all these other, secret accounts



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