On the contrary
by donno - Posted Thu January 24, 2008 @ 8:38 PM
If you give credit for all the Buyers that misread the ads before purchasing, this Seller's feedback would be more like 99.5%. I spent 20 minutes looking through the negative feedbacks. Many buyers posted negatives that showed they failed to read the descriptions carefully. This is clear from the Seller's responses. And you know what? I did not see a single Buyer post a Follow-up to those Seller's responses. Nothing like "Seller is lying," "Not true," etc You have to interpret feedback carefully. You have to go read the text comments, and not rely just on numbers. To say you wouldn't send your money to someone with a 98.9% rating has no meaning at all without backing it up with other evidence.
The seller is selling Chinese knockoffs, but their ads are written to describe that junk accurately. It is up to the Buyers to determine if an item suits them. If 99+ out of 100 people determine that Chinese knockoff cameras suit their needs, and are happy with their purchases, then so be it. People looking for those products would be happy with this Seller.