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Old 06-07-2018, 11:05 AM
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normally you can't even see the items of someone who has blocked you. Not sure how you came across his listings.
I get messages from people I have blocked all the time...............usually to ask me why they are blocked.............except for the last guy who just jumped straight into calling me a "Piece of Sh*t" when his bid didn't go through for him.

So if Ebay is claiming your listings are invisible to blocked bidders, that's just one more thing they're not very good at.
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Old 06-07-2018, 11:34 AM
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I think the OP has it right. If you are not logged in obviously they can't block you.
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Old 06-07-2018, 04:02 PM
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As a seller, I have my feedback automated to leave it once the buyer leaves feedback. The reason I do not leave feedback upon payment any longer is I have multiple regular customers who have requested me NOT to leave them feedback. I asked a couple of them why.... simple, they do not want others (wife, fellow collector, etc) reviewing their buying feedback and seeing who they are buying cards from.

IMO, there are more buyers who do not care if they receive feedback or not than there are buyers who have to get their feedback fix off of each purchase.

This is also in response to Dave's comments. I don't sell on ebay anymore, but when I did I always left feedback when someone paid and they then left me feedback. I would include in my listing that once the buyer left feedback I would know that they received the item and were happy with it.

Even though it does not mean much to most sellers, I look at it as common courtesy. As a buyer, I will always leave you feedback on an item. I have never left a negative and maybe 1 or 2 neutrals in 18 years. If I do that you should at least extend the same courtesy to me.
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:26 PM
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I seldom leave feedback. It's a hassle.
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:32 PM
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I got blocked by one eBay seller for asking a simple question about a magazine they had listed.
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Old 06-07-2018, 08:36 PM
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I seldom leave feedback. It's a hassle.
I rarely leave it either. Not a hassle but I really do not see the point of it. How many people call and tell Walmart that there purchase was A OK or better yet expect Walmart to thank them for the purchase.
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:47 PM
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This is also in response to Dave's comments. I don't sell on ebay anymore, but when I did I always left feedback when someone paid and they then left me feedback. I would include in my listing that once the buyer left feedback I would know that they received the item and were happy with it.
This makes no sense to me. I leave feedback for everyone who buys from me. I appreciate their business and I say so in my feedback. Telling your buyers that you will only leave feedback after they do is poor customer service in my opinion. Are you trying to sell cards or get the highest feedback score possible? I could care less if they leave me feedback, I still appreciate them buying from me. I would rather have the sale than the feedback.
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Old 06-07-2018, 11:39 PM
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This makes no sense to me. I leave feedback for everyone who buys from me. I appreciate their business and I say so in my feedback. Telling your buyers that you will only leave feedback after they do is poor customer service in my opinion. Are you trying to sell cards or get the highest feedback score possible? I could care less if they leave me feedback, I still appreciate them buying from me. I would rather have the sale than the feedback.
It makes immense sense to me. It accomplished two goals. I know they received the item and if positive, that they were happy with the transaction. I don't care about the feedback, but it served a good purpose when there was less focus on every item having delivery confirmation.

If you 'could care less' that means you care. If you couldn't care less that means you do not care at all.
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It makes immense sense to me. It accomplished two goals. I know they received the item and if positive, that they were happy with the transaction. I don't care about the feedback, but it served a good purpose when there was less focus on every item having delivery confirmation.

If you 'could care less' that means you care. If you couldn't care less that means you do not care at all.
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I certainly could care less than you about buyer's feedback, since I don't put preconditions on giving it.
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I rarely leave it either. Not a hassle but I really do not see the point of it. How many people call and tell Walmart that there purchase was A OK or better yet expect Walmart to thank them for the purchase.
But here's the thing I have a low feedback # compared to my peers; I am not sure if it matters or not to buyers. I do provide 5* service that's all I care about.
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