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February 06, 2008



"A better solution might be to prevent buyer and seller knowing how the other has rated them before making their ratings."

- I'm not so sure. I would suspect that a bad seller might preemptively give the buyer a bad rating since the sellers only feedback is his perception of whether he has been a good seller.

ebay no more

I realize this is merely anecdotal, but eBay is dead to me ever since I bought nightmare car from a "powerseller" with a 98+ rating only to later learn they had solid "F" rating with the BBB. That should not be possible.

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