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Thread: Who should I block on eBay?
12-13-2012, 03:38 AM #1
Who should I block on eBay?
I've decided to start selling on eBay regularly now, but one of the reasons I was very reluctant to was because of all the bad experiences I've heard from other people regarding the buyers.
If you guys can share some buyers who you've had the unfortunate experience to encounter please do me a favour and PM or list them here.
I'm looking to block buyers who will leave unwarranted negative feedbacks to drive away their competition, as well as fraudulent buyers looking to file a claim and receive cards for free.
12-13-2012, 12:23 PM #2
do not sell to buyers with less than 50 feedback , i have been a very good seller for a while now, but now we have these newbies that are ruining my feedback saying they never recieved there cards , or charge tracked shipping thats what im gonna start doing .I collect all Jordin Tootoo cards and memorabilia if you have any fs or ft lmk thanx
12-13-2012, 12:39 PM #3
I haven't had a problem yet, but the most I've sold anything for was only $65ish, so that may be why.
I did have one NPB, but that's really just an annoyance. A big one, but nothing more."He's gone crazy," "You have to snap out of it," "Take your meds," or, "Don't be such a downer" serve only to mock, belittle, and make light of mental illness. Such phrases only continue the negative stigma and keep those who suffer from getting help. If these phrases, or phrases like them, are part of your at-hand vocabulary, you are part of the problem. #STOPtheStigma
12-13-2012, 12:39 PM #4
12-13-2012, 01:53 PM #5
This could be a little bit of a mean-spirited concept. Yeah we've all had our share of one-off negative experiences, but asking for a blacklist before you've even started? You never know who could have just been having a bad day or a rough patch, and be shorting yourself out of some potential sales just relying on hearsay.
12-13-2012, 01:55 PM #6
Maybe you can only sell to confirmed addresses to weed out the less serious biddersCollecting:
- Non-Certified Autographed Cards
- Jeremy Roenick Numbered Cards
12-13-2012, 02:06 PM #7
I'm looking to block buyers who will leave unwarranted negative feedbacks to drive away their competition, as well as fraudulent buyers looking to file a claim and receive cards for free
12-13-2012, 02:20 PM #8
I don't see anything wrong with wanting an eBay black list. Why do some people on here protect eBay crooks?
Dumbfounded. I protect everybody on SCF first and foremost. I don't blame the OP for asking for names. I just might give him 100 of them.
You may not know this but I have been able to shut-down 10 forgery sellers in the past 3 years on eBay. Mostly crooks from China in another category from ours, but still, that's 10 more crooks not able to hose somebody.
12-13-2012, 02:22 PM #9
Be that as it may, how many people are actually the type to do that? It's kinda looking for .001% of the people and investing a disproportionate amount of time into it. But that's just my way of thinking, relying on people to just do the right thing and all that. LOL
12-13-2012, 02:43 PM #10
I think preparing a Block List is a good idea with eBay nowadays doing less and less to penalize bad buyers. A seller can't even leave negative feedback for a buyer anymore.