12-16-2013 05:55 PM
I left a legit negative feedback for a slimeball on a big purchase item. He tried to extort a positive feedback for $150 back after I called and explained my displeasure with the sale. This guy like lightning paid for netneutrals.com to swoop in and make my feedback invisible until they "make a decision".
I have a bad feeling this "neutral" company will side with the guy that paid $130 for thier service.
12-17-2013 04:19 AM
Instead of leaving feedback, you should have reported the seller for feedback extortion. You still can use this link.
Unless you violated one of ebay's policies about feedback, NetNeutrals, will not be able to get eBay to change the feedback.
You should also think about getting a separate ID just for buying. All you need is a diffeent email address for it. With the number of negs you have left, you do not want one of those buyers to buy something of yours just to retaliate.
12-17-2013 05:34 AM - edited 12-17-2013 05:38 AM
NetNeutral (singular, not neutrals) has nothing at all to do with eBay policies. Sellers pay $130 and the neg is removed.
OP, the xenophobic and nonsensical feedback that you leave is removable.
12-17-2013 07:06 AM
Your feedback left is ridiculous. Whey should eBay take any feedback you leave seriously. You obviously don't. They should all be removed and you should be blocked from ever leaving feedback again.
12-17-2013 10:01 AM
Kaboobie is correct, in spades. When you're dissatisfied with a seller, you make the most of your 80 characters and write something like, "Listed part in Va. Part ships from CA. No communications. Cheap China parts."
When you're happy with a seller, you write drivel like "car stop now, none killed" or "worky work, chicken jerky."
Indeed, why should eBay take you seriously?
12-17-2013 02:07 PM
In retrospect I should have reported the extortion attempt but I seem to remember not finding that an easy task.
The feedback I left was removed the day after pending thier decision.
I do like the idea of seperate used IDs. thanks
05-01-2014 02:49 PM
05-01-2014 03:43 PM
Never pay for a vehicle until after you have inspected it or had it inspected by a qualified mechanic.
eBay offers that referral service to buyers.
The best deal is pick it up in person and pay in cash.
Listen, know your risks any time you make a purchase. That is your best protection.
06-17-2014 09:59 PM
Most eBay sellers work very hard to make an honest living. Think about why they tried so hard to get the negative feedback removed. You went to them as their customer. They are happy. Honestly, do you think that they sold you something just to hurt you? On the other hand, you left negative feedbacks just to hurt them, because you didn't follow eBay's advice to resolve your dispute. No offense, eBay cannot become a safe trading place because some people just don't want to be peaceful.
06-17-2014 10:45 PM
Something to think about-
You just gave netneutral a free commercial. You could have conveyed your point without mentioning them. This is counterproductive I think. You just gave who knows how many slimeball sellers a great idea on how to keep ripping people off and get away with it.
I've never heard of this service. How does an outside entity get feedback removed? do they have a connection to ebay? Does anyone know how this works?
I work hard to get organic good feedback by giving good descriptions, good photos, and fast shipping. It p*******s me off that someone can just buy their way to good feedback.
06-21-2014 06:21 AM
I almost added someone to the BBL but decided not to since they gave me that free reference to netneutrals.