How to avoid bad sellers

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Greetings, a bad seller is someone who will not compromise when an item they sell you in broken on receipt, breaks that day, is not received etc, they choose to either ignore your emails, lie on their feedback or abuse you verbally via email/messages/Feedback or phone. New sellers as you may expect can often times fall into this category, but even worse when it is a seller who has been around for years on ebay, we have all read the seller comments on feedback that says the same thing a hundred times to all different negatives, 'if you'd only contacted me I'd have fixed it.' Really? 100 ebayers chose to loose their money by leaving negative feedback and not contacting  the bad seller-highly doubtful isn't it??!! I have had a terrible experience of late with a insulting, crazed new seller, She has been buying on ebay for around a decade, but only started selling in the last 4 months approx, in the feedback reply she gave me, she wished me dead, wondered when I would die and on her sale/auction pages slandered me badly, I have been a buyer and seller for 13 years here and have no negative or neutrals.  The mark of a bad seller is how She/He acts when an item is not as it should be. I cannot name her but if you scroll down my feedback left by you to others , you  will see how horrid her nature is. Even Ebay wanted to help me, but the rules are not in place yet to do so, see the pic above please. What I am getting at is that even a seasoned ebayer like myself  still gets caught by bad sellers at times, the best you can do is always read their neutral and negative feedbacks and if brand new pay with paypal and don't spend too much with a new seller, that's my advice  Have a great day.
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Again they agree what she is saying about me is not deserved



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