As a purchaser, some of the time I’m extraordinary about leaving inputme of the time I’m extraordinary about leaving input, and some of the time not. Amazon offers quite a while period amid which a purchaser can leave input, though– so perhaps a circumstance where, when the criticism window has terminated, each 3 “no criticisms” could be accumulated into 1 “5 star” input.
Kid, that is a bodes well proposal. Could be placed directly into the Feedback record as a
1 for 3 modification.
frsystems1Aug 16 uniquebooksplus
I got a Neutral with positive remarks and my score went from 100% to 98%. This sounds like a Negative rating to me!!!
The main thing that I have heard that Amazon has considered doing is to make it so the client should contact the dealer before leaving negative input, similar to ebay is doing.
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I simply purchase stuff and don’t leave input for issue free exchanges.
I too view no criticism as positive.
uniquebooksplusAug 16 frsystems1
That is a begin and it would do incredible great to deal with any purchaser vender issue rather than a trigger input being left that regularly prompts no goals. I ordinarily keep running at 100% fulfillment and goals if the purchaser first reaches me for any reason.
DS777Aug 16 frsystems1
That would be extraordinary!
I wholeheartedly concur. The criticism framework here is absolutely broken and isn’t at all a reasonable or precise portrayal of vender execution.
Rundown of smart thoughts:
Require the Buyer to speak with the Seller before being permitted to leave a “Negative” Feedback.
Change the Neutral Metric so it doesn’t tick negative on a Seller’s Feedback score.
Actualize a Positive Feedback Conversion (perhaps 1 for 3) for Seller satisfied requests following 90 days that “No Feedback” was cleared out.