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Ebay Feedback

Updated on January 5, 2013

Ebay feedback

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Ebay feedback stars

eBay feedback gives sellers, buyers and ordinary observers the opportunity to see user’s rating on ebay website. After each transaction on the website, each party writes a feedback which can be positive or negative depending on how smoothly the transaction was carried out. Any problem arising from shipping, pricing, and improperly described items may raise issues in the course of a transaction. In general, each party leaves feedback after successfully completing the transaction. This implies that once the buyer receives the item bought, they write feedback for the seller and vice versa.

This feedback is used by ebay to establish a user's reputation thereby giving other users the opportunity to make their decisions as to who they would do business with. A low or negative feedback rating will drive other users away while a high or positive feedback will attract other users to them.eBay feedback gives sellers, buyers and ordinary observers the opportunity to see user’s rating on ebay website. After each transaction on the website, each party writes a feedback which can be positive or negative depending on how smoothly the transaction was carried out. Any problem arising from shipping, pricing, and improperly described items may raise issues in the course of a transaction. In general, each party leaves feedback after successfully completing the transaction.

This implies that once the buyer receives the item bought, they write feedback for the seller and vice versa. This feedback is used by ebay to establish a user's reputation thereby giving other users the opportunity to make their decisions as to who they would do business with. A low or negative feedback rating will drive other users away while a high or positive feedback will attract other users to them.

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feedback on ebay

How to write positive feedback on eBay

When you want to give positive feedback, you should explain the exact reason that made the transaction positive. If it was fast shipping, seller’s attitude or just the whole transaction, you should briefly explain that. You don’t want to take much time to give great detail of what made the feedback positive.

Instead of doing that, you should focus on the transaction highlight and give a concise explanation of that. This provides other eBay users an idea of things they should expect from another user. eBay users use positive feedback to boost their reputation and to ensure that transactions go smoothly in the future.

How to write negative feedback on eBay

Before you write negative feedback on any transaction you performed, make sure you take the time to contact the user to know what happened. A lot of eBay users hurried to leave negative feedback only to find themselves to blame in their fight with the other user with whom they have an issue. If you are unable to resolve your differences, then leaving negative feedback is the only way out to provide explanation of what happened.

Ensure you take the time to provide exact explanation of what happened and you should only state the facts. Negative feedback can put the user in a messy situation, so be precise as much as possible and never write with emotions. Otherwise, you may find yourself in a situation where you are defending your negative feedback or you get blacklisted by other ebay users who think that your action is immature.

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      Mark Berson 

      5 years ago

      if you need 60 ebay feedabck with 1 day please contact with me on skype (mark.newyork40)

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