Originally Posted by popatim
Thats awesome news radomir!
Did they ever send you the return label? (i'm a bit out of touch with this thread...)
(must be easier to ask for an update than read?)
Radomir, congratulations for getting your refund. Now let'* sit back and review what happened: You ordered an item that was advertised for sale, got sent the wrong part -twice- and spent months getting a refund after being blackmailed to withdraw your honest feedback about your transaction before getting the problem resolved with a refund. (Because we presume they never did figure out how to just send you the damn part you bought from them in the first place.)
Would you call that good service? Would you be itching to do business with them again in the future? (You really have that kind of time?)
This experience was negative all over. Do yourself and the rest of the eBay community a favor and leave the negative feedback stand. During the time that you have been waiting for your refund, eBay changed many of their feedback rules, and beginning in May, sellers can no longer leave negative feedback for buyers. Just leave the negative feedback standing. If this seller REALLY cared about their feedback rating, they'd be a lot more interested in making their customers happy, don't you think? In the event that they do leave you negative feedback, you can post a comment of your own below the feedback, and when that happens, all you need to do is just write something like "Seller left retaliatory negative feedback, sent wrong item 2x, refund took 3 months." Seriously, future [honest] sellers that you do business with don't care about that sort of neg on your buyer record.
They didn't seem very interested in getting you the right part or in giving you a refund since they utterly, completely, totally failed to send you the right part. -Twice. -Makes one wonder how they ever do any business at all, you know?
Leaving a negative feedback is the only way other eBayers will be able to make an informed decision whether to do business with this seller or not. I always review a seller'* negative feedback before I decide to buy. Just go to http://toolhaus.org/
and type in your seller'* ebay username. Try it. Take a look at how much negative and neutral feedback you seller has received JUST THIS MONTH. Do you think you would have bought from them if you'd done that first? (Probably not.) -That'* my point, you're doing the rest of the community a favor by sending up a flag that there'* a problem with this seller. When you look at how many other people sent up the same flag, it starts to tell a picture about the seller. In this case, it'* not one that I'd ever do business with. They simply DO NOT GET
that all it takes to get good feedback is to. . .Oh, I dunno. . .actually send the stuff they sell? How hard should that be????
Also, I don't think the title of this thread indicates the true nature of your experience, I think it should be something like "Finally got a refund from ebay seller that sends wrong clear corners."
I wouldn't want other B'ville clubbers thinking it'* a good idea to do business with this seller.
-So did you ever get any clear corners elsewhere?
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