Discussion in 'Ebay' started by boozie, Dec 10, 2010.
Anybody have any insights of the possibility of this?
Bad feedback from a forum? Or from any site which is speaking bad of you?
Negative feedback received from some asshole on Ebay. Only one out of 700.
Oh! Thats sad!
Spoke to the Ebay Support? And Why did the client leave a negative feedback?
If this douche gave you a neg, if they are also a seller create a few buyer accounts and blast them neg feedback and low dsr s
you can open up a dispute case directly through ebay via the case manager feature on ebay if you have legitimate reason to believe the negative feedback was unwarranted (provided you have evidence to back yourself). This is especially good for sellers if you feel your competition is trying to hijack your business by buying goods under alternate screenames SOLELY for the purpose of messing up your feedback score.
my ex girlfriend used to also utilize some pay service (forgot the name and dunno if they're still in business) who would erase negative feedback from your overall score for like 40 bucks per case (the feedback didn't get erased from your history, but it did get deleted from your displayed feedback percentage score)
Yes, there is a way...
You have should have that persons address since they bought something from you...
Well, you are going to create a new account with all that person's information. Then, you will have to verify the account with a phone number so you can use a google voice number or whatever. You may need a credit card too in which case you can just use a VCC.
Anyway...once you set up the account you sell fake shit or whatever just do things to get yourself banned. Then, they will link your account to the other guys account and ban his account too. How does that get rid of feedback? Well feedback from deleted members goes away.
Just make sure you do all this NOT from your home. Go to starbucks or something because otherwise they would see the same IP addresses and then bam your account is gone too. It is a lot of work for one feedback but it should work.
holy crap, that's beautiful. Thanks!
No it doesn't
To the OP: As an occasional eBay buyer, I don't care about negative feedback, in fact I expect it. 1 out of 700 means you are real. 0 out of 700 makes me wonder if you are crooked and cooking the numbers.
The REAL thing for you to think about is the impression you leave to the negative feedback in response. Yes, most people, heck EVERYONE is going to zero-in on the negative feedback. HOW you respond to it is critical. Come off like an azzhole? Defensive? Look like you are retaliating in some way? Avoiding the facts presented?
You could look at this as a positive, and opportunity. I don't know the circumstances, but a GOOD response might be, "Not sure how this happened. We try to ship within 4 days, and my records show we shipped on the 5th day. This is the first time something like this has happened..."
(Or words to that effect, I know you don't get to many words, but you get my point.)
1 disgruntled douchebag out of 700 is normal. 1 disgruntled dooshebag and a azzhole Seller means I'll buy from someone else.
(This Automod thing is really getting annoying.)
That is just pure freaking GENIUS. Can I be your friend? Wash your car, polish your shoes? Anything?
Can I hang out with you when you take over the world?
Feedback from deleted members does not go away! You can file a claim with ebay.. and if they have been banned for fraud then you will have a much better chance of getting the fb removed from ebay anyway
Sometimes you can bargain with the buyer, full refund + keep product always removes feedback. If not, tell them you are really sorry and make up some story how your supplier fucked you and PULL your listing for the day. That has worked for me once in the past.
Too much effort? Don't want to lose any $$$? then the fb must not be that important to ya!
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