As I said in an earlier post, I do feature kiloware from reliable sellers, with good feedback at the time of posting. I do check feedback. Good sellers, the best ones, will one day or another come across a bad buyer. that happened to the vast majority of sellers, even the best one. There is some buyer you can never please. So yes, from time to time you will see here some seller sporting some negative on their profile. That’s normal, that’s reality. I have been buying on Ebay for over 10 years and only once did I run in a bad seller.
Now let’s Talk about the “Top Rated Sellers”. You know, those sellers with a little ribbon next to their name telling you how Ebay think you should only buy from them? Don’t get me wrong..they are indeed amazing sellers….most of them. But did you know it has little to do with their feedback and everything to do with the amount they sell in a month? You cannot be a top rated seller if you are a small mom and pop shop..even if you have better feedback. Why? because you do not have enough sales: to be a Top Rated Seller you need to be a powerseller in the first place. So next time you search on Ebay, don’t let them fool you by using the best match search! I would rather buy from a small seller than from one of those Top Seller with 20 000 feedbacks and an average of 20/25 negs a month (yes you can be a top rated seller with this kind of feedback). Of course the majority of those TRS are great, but so are all those smaller and less visible shops.
In conclusion, here, my feature sellers are not necessarily the Top Rated Seller. I feature all good sellers that sell worldwide, point.