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 "On my nerves... etiquette questions" 

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"On my nerves... etiquette questions"
Posted by destiny on Apr-15-17 at 12:47 PM (Eastern)
Last edited on Apr-22-17 at 12:50 PM (Eastern) by 70.214.44.179

Last edited on Apr-22-17 at 12:48 PM (Eastern) by

Pressure into leaving feedback when the trade was less then satisfactory. I don't want to lie. I want to tell the truth!

Tells you to cye and then you never get any email from them

Tells you to email THEM when it was YOU who ran the ad.


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1 . "I hear you...when pressured to leave feedback...leave FACTUAL feedback. It isn't a compliment board...it is a feedback board so others know what to expect when they trade with the person."
Posted by Chicagoclipper on Apr-15-17 at 01:08 PM (Eastern)
Posted on Apr-15-17 at 01:08 PM (Eastern) by 75.26.242.150

I usually don't end up emailing people that write "email me, I want these" in my posts. Reason #1? I post the list and move on. I am watching my email. If someone wants something from me....write me! If I want something from amazon, I don't write them a message on their comments section and expect them to write me. I order.

Answering ISO posts I will do. But that is different. They said they needed something...so, I write them.

Eh, if things don't go as they should, I don't sweat it too much. If the person that says "email me I want this" doesn't email me...someone else will

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2 . "I feel that"
Posted by destiny on Apr-15-17 at 09:36 PM (Eastern)
Last edited on Apr-15-17 at 09:37 PM (Eastern) by 70.214.42.198

Posted on Apr-15-17 at 09:36 PM (Eastern) by 70.214.42.198

I strongly feel that leaving feedback for someone should be a person's choice and not having to be pressured into doing it.

And as for running an ad, the person running an ad has a right to control it in otherwords, if someone is interested in your ad, they should be the one to contact you. I agree about what you said about Amazon.


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