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quote:I'm not sure in what form or frequency they will come (daily? on change only? Who knows?)
quote:Originally posted by Henrietta:
They fixed it by 'awarding every one a 5'
Now that makes me wonder what else they are 'fixing'
quote:Originally posted by chelsea-s-treasures:
ok I figured it out......I had time ending soonest checked but what I was getting was "best match"
quote:Try using that link to search I provided.
quote:do ya think that'll ever happen?
quote:We are their customers and they treat us like crap.
quote:Has Jeff been drugged?" you are saying.
quote:Originally posted by member_8880:
Overall I'm pretty happy with my DSRs (so far).
But a newbie just gave me a neutral because her item 'smelled a little smoky'. I live with bikers for goodness sake, they smoke & so do I and it says so in all my listings...nobody reads anymore, and new members just don't know any better.
quote:Originally posted by member_8880:
I just got an email today that says my DSRs have changed...but they havent, they're exactly the same
quote:I have a 100% positive feedback score
quote:Originally posted by JeanieB:
How many darn ratings do you have to get before the DSR score rises? It sure didn't take but a few to make it low.
quote:The final salt rub is that the wording used to describe the star rating to a buyer is woefully inappropriate to all but the experienced seller
quote:Originally posted by watrocket:
Personally, I feel that they are a bit of a farce. I know that these are now being used to filter out "bad" eBayers from eBays search engine, but to me anyway, they don't accurately tell the storey.
I have been selling empty ink cartridges for a while now, and it baffles me that I would only be rated 4.8 for "Item as described". They're empty!! What more would one have expected?
4.6 for "communication". If you ask a question, I answer it. I always let you know the item has been shipped and I always say, "thanks", after all of my auctions. Again I ask, what more was expected??
"Shipping time", 4.5. You pay me today, the label goes on tonight and it is in the mail the next morning. I clearly state to allow 2 days with the exception of weekend and holidays, which just for the record, I still make the time to slap that label on and walk to the mail box. What more do they expect??
Lastly, and this one irks me the most, "Shipping and handling charges",4.4. Again let me say that all my auctions CLEARLY state what the shipping costs are. If you think that they are too high, don't bid!
I represent my auctions clearly, accurately and fairly. I also state that if there are any concerns to contact me. No one ever does. As of this post, I have a 100% positive feedback score and have never had anyone ever contact me with any remorse, in fact most praise the speed to which their items arrive, how well they're packed, good communication, state just as describbed, and still these stupid ratings. I don't get it.
I guess I could only out do myself by beaming them the item, just like in Star Trek, and pay the for the postage instead of collecting S/H and call them after each bid, it might help. But lets face it, that ain't gonna happen!
Ditto for me, except my DSR scores are a little better. What I think is so unfair is how long it takes to improve your DSR score. When this new DSR went into effect, I know many buyers had no idea how much this affects our business. Ebay should have allowed time for this new policy to become familiar to all ebayers. If you got a couple of average scores in the very beginning you are screwed! Jeanie B
quote:Pretty crappy....really makes you wonder why ANY of us stay??
quote:Conversely, now I have 100% positive, as the negs I got years and years ago are gone. I sort of like that, I never liked 99.7% ;-)
quote:Pretty crappy....really makes you wonder why ANY of us stay?? Confused
Got to admire their exploitation of a virtual monopoly.quote:Ebay gets increased sales revenue in a sagging market.
So what? It works for eBayquote:The math does not work for the seller.
Only if you you want to take on e-Goliath with a catapult and wet spongesquote:Just more anxiety and desperation given to seller.