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What do you do when you get burned?

  • I play nice & leave no feedback even though I'm out the $$ I spent

    Votes: 4 13.3%
  • I leave negative feedback b/c I don't want anyone else to get burned

    Votes: 26 86.7%
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If you get burned by someone you bought a diaper from? If you've tried everything else w/no results, do you leave negative feedback, or do you just give up, be nice (i.e. leave no feedback at all) and hope that the seller doesn't burn someone else too?
 

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Originally Posted by Ifluffedthree
In my experience, if I were clearly burned without doubt and time has proven this, I feel this is what a feedback forum is for, a warning to others and an acknowledgement to the less honet party involved of their actions.

I however, use carefull judgement making sure that there are NO unusual circumstance in the situation. Life in general has a funny way of simply ripping apart your best laid plans and intentions at the most inconvenient times and occassionally with small children, illness, accidents, unexpected job losses, layoffs, earthquakes etc. you just never know what could be bringing a delay to the situation.
ITA! But what if the person in question refuses to answer any of your emails, even when you know that this person is around b/c you've found recent posts by her? It's one thing if you're given an explanation for the other person's behavior; it's another if the other person lies to you or refuses to get into contact with you.
 
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