Could you explain further why this is not good? Does this mean that negative feedback has likely been received and petitioned for successful removable by eBay
instead of by resolution by appropriate action taken to satisfy the buyer?
I'm pretty curious because this seller really talked up their 100% positive feedback score.
This is how I use eBay
feedback. Look at how many feedbacks the seller has and pencil in 1 neg per 1,000 for a honest seller. So this seller has 5,000+ feedbacks with no recorded revised feedbacks showing. This is a good example here of "not good". All this sellers negs have been removed by eBay
. This tells us heaps about the seller.
So I have had 2 negs over 10 years selling on eBay
with 100% pos feedbacks and have 2 recorded neg sores of 2 feedbacks revised which shows up on my profile. This system is to keep honest people in place. It is a big mistake to think this feedback is going to stop the criminals etc because if you get eBay
to remove feedback it disappears, no record anywhere. If you were a honest seller you would have a revised feedback counted because you have worked with the buyers to get a revised feedback score. If a seller gets to a large amount of sales and no neg....I do not believe it. Something is wrong big time. It just does not happen. It means the seller has had many, many negs removed by eBay
is what I think.
Corrected feedback "count" remains on your feedback prolife. Have a neg feedback on my 1st eBay
sale over 10 years ago and it is still up on revised feedback "count" with my profile. But it is not recorded if eBay
removes feedback from your score. It is gone with no record of this taking place. It just does not happen. Really suits the dishonest sellers. My count does not show the 5 or 6 feedbacks that were changed by eBay