I saw a DVD I wanted to buy. The seller has 99.5 feedback rating. Looks pretty good right? Uh...no.
I click on their feedback and they have had over 500 negative feedbacks in the last 12 months. So why the sparkling feedback number? Because they do such volumes in sales that they retain a great rating.
If I had even 3 neg feedbacks in the past 12 months it would have dropped my rating from 100% to 96%... So what's up with that eBay?!
Okay, so a seller sells thousands of DVDs every year, but according to many of the negative feedbacks, they fail to send DVDs, they send the wrong ones, and some of the DVDs they sell are bootlegs. On the "bootleg" reason alone eBay should shut them down or at least tell them to pull any listings that are bootleg copies.
If a low volume DVD seller sold or listed even ONE bootleg DVD, eBay would be calling the feds on them.
Can someone explain the illogical logic with this topic?