Ebay and Feedback

If you have ever bought or sold anything on ebay you know how important your feedback score can be.  I always leave feedback.  I buy more than I sell.  But by leaving feedback I am letting other buyers know if I had a good experience with the seller.  I have had some items take a little longer to receive than I thought necessary, but I can not think of more than just a couple of times in the years I have been dealing on ebay that I have left negative feedback.

So what is my point?

I may be the only person to have this happen but I think not.  It seems to me that the bigger dealers, are taking over ebay.  It is more of a E-store, for many of the sellers.  (Not All).   It makes no difference to me as long as I get what I pay for.  But it appears the BIG dealers, don’t care about feedback.  I figure I have left about 30 positive feedbacks for these people in the last 6 months.  I only get feedback from the small guy like me who may sell something on a rare occasion.  The BIG dealers, I suppose just don’t have time to leave feedback for everyone.

I suppose I can play that game too.  The BIG guy doesn’t need my feedback anyway.  What should I do?   Maybe take the advice of a friend and not leave feedback unless I receive feedback first.  After all I sent them the money (Paypal).  Shouldn’t they give me feedback when they receive the money?  I leave feedback when I receive the item.

I think I would feel a little guilty about not leaving feedback.  So I will most likely continue to leave it.  After all two wrongs don’t make a right

That Is How I See It.

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