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... or to to protect buyers from ever knowing who the cheaters are by hiding the evidence and making those cheaters look like sellers in good standing. It's all very well for the seller, of course, while it deliberately misleads the buyer.fishnchips wrote:you can't read each individual comment... ... to retain a seller's or buyer's online reputation.
That is my complaint with iOffer! They hide all of the important information, like recent history, you have to go through great effort to find the information in order to make an informed decision.fishnchips wrote:I personally would go through a seller's history
And if eBay liked them (eBay kicked off over 10% of their sellers because of buyer dissatisfaction,) those sellers wouldn't have gone some place where a dissatisfied buyer doesn't amount to squat. A place like iOffer.fishnchips wrote:If (sellers) liked eBay, they wouldn't have gone some place else.
My post wasn't so much a critique of iOffer as it was a warning bell to buyers. iOffer is set up to protect sellers from ever having to show negative feedback and to keep information like that as far away from buyers as possible. There is only one reason a site does that: to protect cheaters.fishnchips wrote:So iOffer is on even grounds again.
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