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Remove Negative Feedback from eBay

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by Kosher1, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. Kosher1

    Kosher1 Power Member

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    If you know how to safely remove negative feedback from an ebay account, please contact me and let me know so we can further discuss. Looking to hire someone asap.

    Thanks.
     
  2. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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    be careful with paying someone, It is pretty much impossible anymore.

    prime target for someone to rip you off.
     
  3. Nihilist

    Nihilist Registered Member

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    If someone knows how to do that - That person is going to be an instant millionaire. I believe only the originating buyer who left the feedback, can remove or modify it to positive/neutral. You have to do a "Feedback Revision", I believe.

    There are some things you can do to raise your feedback quickly on the + side. But they teater on "feedback manipulation" and (IF caught) can get you banned... that's another topic though. :cool:
     
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    Cyb3r Don BANNED BANNED

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    Well, i had read some articles that ITS PRETTY possible but its Very Very Darkhat.
     
  5. Westernstar

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    Your best bet is to try and work out a solution with the buyer.

    I have had success in the past calling the buyer and being nice
    to them. Let them know you really want to resolve whatever
    the problem is. Explain to them you are unemployed and have
    a family. Tell them eBay is your only source of income and that
    the negative FB will make it harder to provide for your family.

    This method works many times if you are nice when you talk to them.
    Nobody likes to know they are responsible for children being
    without.

    If they are wanting a refund then use it to your advantage also.

    Unless you can get the buyer to revise the feedback it is almost
    impossible to get the FB removed.
     
  6. Kosher1

    Kosher1 Power Member

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    Thanks all for the great input..... i appreciate it..... well i noticed if you provide some court documents then they will remove them... i am wondering how carefully they look at those.... :)
     
  7. johntan09

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    wow..difficult question.
     
  8. Limelike

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    if you provided court documents it will mess it up even more LOL

    Like the other guy said call them up and resolve the matter with them even pay them double what they paid.
     
  9. Kosher1

    Kosher1 Power Member

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    Thanks for all the help! I got scammed good here by someone....
     
  10. supamanjon

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    I've done ebay before...i believe they allow you to contact the seller to retract up to 2 negative feedbacks and then an additional based on how many feedback volumes you get......ask the ebay people that's the easiest way :) Or sell a lot of low cost items to balance out the negative.....it's all about the % if i remember correctly and feedback has to be like 4.5 or higher to be a power seller.
     
  11. Bostoncab

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    Just for the record when an EBay seller screws me I do enjoy imagining his children starving to death..

    I dont get how people wind up with bad ebay feedback in the first place. Be honest about what you sell and the time it will take to deliver and there should be no problems.