From: SS on

"Rob Morley" <nospam(a)ntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:20100227190618.52f3e2e7(a)bluemoon...
> On 27 Feb 2010 15:59:03 +0000 (GMT)
> Theo Markettos <theom+news(a)chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
>
>> Lordy.UK <spam(a)recycle.bin> wrote:
>> > > Surely once the buyer had paid for their item their part is
>> > > finished and so feedback should be left then.
>> >
>> > Why would a buyer be bothered about feedback?
>> > (Other than to play some silly counting game of course).
>>
>> Because it means they have a reputation by which they can sell things
>> later?
>>
> Only if people don't look at the "feedback received as a seller" count,
> or whatever it's called, which is the only relevant metric.
>

Interesting posts, I used to worry about this and now I just leave feedback
once a week regardless.
Another thing I now do , mainly because my items are low value I post
everything twice a week regardless of whether its paid or not, I have done
this for about a year and not lost one payment. Maybe fool me but I just
dont stress out over small stuff anymore.

I have had a couple of unfair negs though, but hey thats life.


From: petrolcan on
In article <jzWjn.140661$_W6.136732(a)newsfe30.ams2>, SS says...

> Interesting posts, I used to worry about this and now I just leave feedback
> once a week regardless.
> Another thing I now do , mainly because my items are low value I post
> everything twice a week regardless of whether its paid or not, I have done
> this for about a year and not lost one payment. Maybe fool me but I just
> dont stress out over small stuff anymore.
>
> I have had a couple of unfair negs though, but hey thats life.

I thought I might get a neg yesterday.

Sold a camera strap and buyer says its dirty, and not a wide strap.

"I'm not happy" he finished off with.

I gave him a full refund and told him to keep it, got a positive in
return.

As you say, not worth stressing over the small stuff.