|Current mood:|| pissed off|
|Current music:||Zwan -- Honestly|
Such stupidity. . .
I really hate when people do stupid petty things that only serve to infuriate me and bring me down. I won an auction for an Australian Thinking of You single on eBay about two months ago, sent a money order, and received the disc perhaps a week later. All well and good. Last night I went to check some auctions I had on watch and noticed my feedback had gone down a point. Confused, I checked it. The stupid girl accused me of being a nonpaying bidder! After she both received the money order and mailed me the goddamn CD! So I sent her an e-mail with scans of the money order receipt and the CD itself.
(Purple text is my own nasty comments that I didn't actually include ;o))
I received a nonpaying bidder comment from you on eBay regarding Item #2512684926. However, you are seriously mistaken you moron as not only did I pay you, I received the CD as well. Attached you will find a scan of the stub from the money order as well as a scan of the CD itself. So we don't have any problems with you claiming not to know how to attempt to remove negative feedback, On the eBay Feedback page (the one you get to when you click your feedback number), above the list there is a link that says Feedback Help. If you click that, then click the link that reads "cannot be erased" (toward the bottom of the page), then click "Contact Us," there's a form to explain to eBay that you made a mistake you stupid git. The page you reach that has the "Contact us" link explains that when negative feedback is left for the wrong bidder and the seller leaves the feedback for the correct bidder and then informs eBay as such, they will consider removing the incorrect feedback and they damn well better because I'll not have a perfect record besmirched by your blatant stupidity.
We'll see if it does much good. Fuckwit. It's people like this and the bitch that hit me that make me want to get good and drunk and go after her car (or feedback rating) with a baseball bat before taking a hacksaw to all the stop signs in town.
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