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Liebe Gemeinde,

 

ich habe über den Forumsgebrauchtmarkt einen Variosucher für die M verkauft. Der Verkäufer war zufrieden und würde mir gerne ein positives Feedback geben. Wie funktioniert dies?

 

Gruß Gregor

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Ich habe das noch nie versucht, aber mir scheint, der Käufer beginnt auf dieser Seite:

 

http://www.l-camera-forum.com/user/961-kunzhobel/

 

Dort die Rubrik "Feedback" wählen (links, eher unten), dann die Schaltfläche "Leave Feedback" anklicken.

Dann könnte theoretisch jemand, der gar nichts gekauft hat, auch ein positives Feedback hinterlassen?

 

Gruß Gregor

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Scheint so, aber beim Feedback gibst Du einen Link zum gekauften Produkt an, wie mir scheint. Da müsste ja sichtbar werden, wenn einer einen Feedback fälscht.

 

Ich bin mit diesem Teil der Software des Forums gar nicht vertraut; wir bekommen auch nicht viele Fragen zu diesem Thema. Im Zweifel mal ausprobieren und bei Missbrauch einen Moderator oder den Admin kontaktieren.

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Nach Rücksprache mit unserem Admin habe ich folgendes gelernt: Das Feedback funktioniert so, wie von POP beschrieben. Als Verkäufer muss man aber darauf achten, sein eigenes Angebot nicht vor der Bewertung durch den Käufer zu löschen. Ansonsten fehlt der Link, auf den verwiesen werden kann.

Aus meiner Sicht ist dies keine optimale Lösung. Die Löschung des Angebotes nach Zahlungseingang vermeidet ja unnötige Elektorbriefe und wird von Käufern oft als vertrauensbildenede Maßnahme gesehen.

 

Gruß Gregor

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Gregor hat Recht, finde ich. Hinzu kommt noch, dass die Post ins EU-Ausland mehr als eine Woche dauern kann und viele Anzeigen in der Zwischenzeit automatisch beendet werden.

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