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There have been several issues lately with trader ratings, so to alleviate
confusion we decided a post may help clear it up.
In many instances, there have been sellers leaving "revenge negatives" on
buyers. If you sell an item that is defective, not properly described, or
not shipped, you the SELLER deserve a negative. This does NOT give the
seller the right to leave a negative on the buyer. The seller made a mistake, at best, or was deceptive or failed to deliver the merchandise. The buyer
did nothing wrong.
This has caused several recent suspensions, and takes a lot of mod time, as
we get pm's, e-mails etc., then a global mod must get involved to correct the undeserved negative.
I hope this clears up any confusion
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