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|Thread Admin: ODOTER(72-0-1)||Post#11 - Posted: 10/11/2008 at 05:04:36|
|(no avatar)||gov2mod: Since we are not responsible for the actions of others and cannot determine why some people perform as they do, I don't think anyone would look at your example and think you were at fault for the lack of feedback from buyers. I certainly would not. I agree with axolotl. I would look at your statistics and determine you have done all you were required to do. That would be a plus to the present system. I cannot get that information from the feedback as it is displayed now. If it is there, someone would have to show me.|
|Seller: Bubba J(57-0-0)||Post#12 - Posted: 10/11/2008 at 06:14:17|
|As previously inferred, I really believe that with the issue of feedback, it may not necessarily be the number of them that counts, but the comments within each. These comments directly reflect how the poster really feels in most cases.
I have bought from one particular seller here on AA a couple of tomes that does leave feedback when he accumulates enough sales to evidently make it worth his effort. However, in my two cases, it has been just a positive with no words or comments. I try to leave comments that will give the seller/buyer, and anyone else who reads their feedback a good indication of what transpired during our dealings. I feel that this is more meaningful for all. JMVHO
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