I will say I am pretty proud of myself with not letting problem buyers get to me. I used to take it so personally and felt the buyer was trying to steal from me. Now I just sigh, roll my eyes, count it as a tax deduction and move on.
Well yesterday morning I got the dreaded red circle.
U SHOULDNOT lie!! I could clean but looks 2 OLD & ITS RIPPED 4 corners!!
This is the item in question :
When I looked it over there were no tears that I saw. However the description did say the entire bag was dirty and needed a cleaning (particularly on the bottom). What is your definition of "too old?" To me that is in the eye of the viewer. I would have no problem using this purse....except I hate magnetic snap purses :D
This buyer never asked for a refund, return, or opened the case.....you don't ask you don't get. But is it OK (as a person) to just flat out call someone a liar? LOL. To be honest, I think I have called a seller dishonest in feedback....but that was after multiple attempts to fix the problem with a seller (usually with no response). In this case I never got a message.
I think this buyer might have been having a bad day....or week. They typically leave positive feedback but left a few negatives right in a row.
And once again I am reinforced to the idea that I shouldn't take low offers....even to get rid of it. Just donate it already :D $5 isn't worth the headache :D
In the last 2 weeks most of my packages have been *very* late going out....which is why I switched to 5 day handling for now. I received several where is my package emails. I promptly responded to them (thank goodness for smart phones) and all were understanding and awesome. The vast majority left positive feedback. I honestly did deserve neutral/negative FB; its not the buyers fault I have health problems. These buyers reinforce my thought that most eBay buyers are pretty awesome :D
Thankfully this is my first problem customer in a few months (since Christmas....I think). Anyone else having bad customers now? Or do the majority of your transactions go smoothly?