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Community Member
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎10-24-2008
what is best way to request feedback from buyers?

Is there a way to bulk request feedback?

Other Answers: 8
simba6
Community Member
Posts: 5,515
Registered: ‎01-10-2005
Answered
in reply to kkment

With feedback, no news is good news.

 

Some buyers think giving a one for a DSR means number one service!

johnsattic
Community Member
Posts: 10,023
Registered: ‎02-18-2003
Answered
in reply to kkment

NEVER NEVER bug your trading partners about feedback.

 

It is optional, it is voluntary and about half of all ebay members never or seldom participate in the feedback program.

 

Sometimes a buyer may not be completely happy with the item they purchased from you but are willing to let it slide until they receive a request for feedback, then they are willing to post it, but you won't like it.

Wish my fingers would pay closer attention to what I spell correctly.
karl*katz
Community Member
Posts: 5,522
Registered: ‎08-13-2011
Answered
in reply to kkment

Don't ask.

 

eBay sends reminders you don't have to.

 

If you pester them you may not like the feedback you get.






karl*katz
Community Member
Posts: 5,522
Registered: ‎08-13-2011
Answered
in reply to kkment

Phone them up at 2am  ]:smileyhappy:






centerhill73
Community Member
Posts: 17,659
Registered: ‎01-23-2011
Answered
in reply to kkment

LOL... I like Karl*Katz suggestion best

centerhill73
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Posts: 17,659
Registered: ‎01-23-2011
Answered
in reply to kkment

You are asking for feedback? That is a good way to get feedback you DON'T want. I have seen this listed with a red doughnut "here is the feedback you have been bugging me about".

 

Feedback is voluntary. NOT mandatory. Less than half of the buyers ever leave anything at all.

sbm-ventures
Community Member
Posts: 5,224
Registered: ‎08-16-2007
Answered
in reply to kkment

Phone them up at 2am

 


Is that PST or EST

Community Member
Posts: 11,582
Registered: ‎10-21-2011
Answered
in reply to kkment

Best to never request feedback at all-you may not like what you receive.

 

Also it is voluntary - for both parties.