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Started by DavePEI, May 26, 2012, 04:43:54 AM
Quote from: pbghmike77 on May 29, 2012, 10:11:11 AMThe high price listings is not smart even if they are "baiting" a rookie. Sometimes its hard to find the right price point so start high and work from there. I'm waiting to see one of my listings on here... Its not always a mindset of hoping to bait a novice in, keep in mind as you have seen on here there are some collectors with deep pockets on ebay and $100 bucks is not a big deal.
Quote from: pbghmike77 on May 29, 2012, 12:01:44 PM I guess all in all its just a defense mechanism because I am a seller. I have yet to see a post on here that shows how well an item was packed or "I emailed a seller and told them about there item and they were very grateful."
Quote from: DavePEI on May 29, 2012, 12:32:32 PMActually, defending sellers is natural when you sell. After all, it is these guys that make sellers look bad though and the good sellers need to realize this. and push for effective enforcement. What form that enforcement might take, I don't know, but it is something sellers should be discussing amongst themselves. I know that it appears any time eBay has a problem, they take it out against the sellers. If eBay get complaints from both sides, sellers and buyers, they will be more likely to sit up and take notice and make the right decisions. In fact, they should be asking sellers the best way to solve problems .I also state: "Feedback doesn't do it, but it helps, but then you get the stupid buyers who will buy the wrong item, and it won't work for their purposes, or those who don't pay, and who the seller can't leave bad feedback for."
Quote from: Doug Rose on May 29, 2012, 02:02:49 PM<snip>....just so you know the seller has no power with eBay at all. ZERO. Seller cannot leave feedback, unless it is positive. If there is a dispute, the seller is always found to be wrong....
Quote from: Dave F on May 29, 2012, 03:29:39 PMThis is simply not true. Over the years, I have been involved in several disputes as a seller and, IN EVERY CASE, eBay has ruled in my favor.
Quote from: Doug Rose on May 29, 2012, 02:02:49 PMI do agree that with all its warts, I would miss eBay dearly if it went away...Doug
Quote from: Doug Rose on May 29, 2012, 02:02:49 PM<snip> ... the seller has no power with eBay at all. ZERO. Seller cannot leave feedback, unless it is positive...