Old 05-26-2013, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by shagino View Post
The reverse is also true though. I guess I'll only leave feedback for sellers who leave me feedback first or someone I bought from before.
And you would be 100% wrong. A seller should not have to leave good feedback for a buyer just to get feedback in return. Feedback as a seller is much more weighted than buyer feedback. What you are basically doing is wanting the seller to base their feedback on if you paid quickly or not. What am I supposed to do as a seller when I leave you a positive feedback when you pay and then you change your mind and reverse the charge or file an unfounded claim? What about an instance when a buyer waits a month to "test" the item and it magically stops working? Once the buyer is satisfied they get feedback, plain and simple. I've always followed this as a seller and it has never failed me.
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