From: blackbat on
Just had my first non-payer - 8 days with no response, sent invoice
and a couple of emails.
The item I sold was only for �6.50, don't wanna risk getting a neg for
such a small amount.
If I report a NPB what's to stop them negging me out of spite?
Any advice?
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From: blackbat on
On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 22:01:20 +0100, G a z . <Spam(a)NoEmail.Com> wrote:

>In article <iokc33dv60gc8jv3tbllc8kpfog7ld8rvd(a)4ax.com>,
>invalid(a)invalid.invalid says...
>
>> Just had my first non-payer - 8 days with no response, sent invoice
>> and a couple of emails.

<snip>

Thanks for the reply. Seems like I might have to swallow this one
then. I'll probably try a NPB but avoid a neg at this stage. He does
have a neg for exactly the same problem but still has 95% positive.
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From: Kim Andrews on
On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 22:01:20 +0100, G a z . <Spam(a)NoEmail.Com> wrote:

>Again, likewise, seeing as this cnut buyer responded to the UPI dispute,
>eBay will still allow him to leave feedback! But I do not want to risk my
>100% on the lies of a deadbeat cnut buyer! So I have made the decision not
>to leave him any feedback negative or otherwise.

If you don't leave negs for people who deserve them, you're doing your
bit to make the whole system utterly worthless. And if it's worthless,
you might as well take the occasional neg and not worry about, right?
So have the courage of your convictions!

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From: Nospa on
Just wonder if he is a disgruntled customer, who has set this account up to
neg you, as he doesn't want to get a retalitory on his real account. Think
back, did you really ?iss one of your customers off recently?
Ric.

> Mind you the way in which he responded to UPI dispute makes we wonder if
> he
> is more experienced at eBay, than he would like people to think, as the
> eBay account was set up in January of this year and 0 feedback? He has not
> used that account since I still like to keep an eye on twats like him...


From: Kim Andrews on
On Mon, 30 Apr 2007 23:27:29 +0100, G a z . <Spam(a)NoEmail.Com> wrote:

>I do find it tiresome that those of you who say that, if you want to earn
>points then get a supermarket loyality card, yet you then say how important
>honest feedback is.

I'd be fascinated to see where I've said anything of the sort. :o)

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