Thursday, March 8th 2007

Ebay launches Feedback 2.0

Ebay has decided for an improvement in its rating system for sellers and buyers. In addition to the standard positive, neutral and negative ratings, Feedback 2.0, as the service is called, will also provide four additional categories which buyers can individually rate sellers on called Detailed Seller Ratings (DSRs).



The five new categories are: Item as described, Communication, Shipping time and Shipping and handling charges. Buyers will be able to rate sellers on a 5-star rating scale on each category.

eBay plans to roll out Feedback 2.0 in Australia, Belgium, France, India, Ireland, Italy, Poland and the United Kingdom within the next few days. Feedback 2.0 will be launched in the United States this spring.Source: DailyTech and Ebay Chatter
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10 Comments on Ebay launches Feedback 2.0

#1
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
So this is like what newegg has with its customer reviews and feedback. Awesome. Speaking of which, I need to check ebay for an 8 piece cordless toolkit...
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#2
Dark Ride
Mushkin Rep
Nice improvement :)
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#3
Fusion
just left some feedback, it makes leaving feedback a bit more time consuming :(
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#6
Completely Bonkers
Pretty rude judge. I think the JUDGE was in contempt of court. While the scammer was clearly in the wrong... the Judge's behaviour was dreadful. Very prejudiced too (sic).

It's a shame the scammer didn't give back a bit more of a fight. I'm sure she could sue for defamation of character.
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Dark Ride
Mushkin Rep
by: Completely Bonkers
DoS can't count. 4 categories. LOL
Fixed.
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shoman24v
by: Completely Bonkers
Pretty rude judge. I think the JUDGE was in contempt of court. While the scammer was clearly in the wrong... the Judge's behaviour was dreadful. Very prejudiced too (sic).

It's a shame the scammer didn't give back a bit more of a fight. I'm sure she could sue for defamation of character.
When you have a bunch of other people filing suit against you nothing will fly.
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Wile E
Power User
by: Completely Bonkers
Pretty rude judge. I think the JUDGE was in contempt of court. While the scammer was clearly in the wrong... the Judge's behaviour was dreadful. Very prejudiced too (sic).

It's a shame the scammer didn't give back a bit more of a fight. I'm sure she could sue for defamation of character.
That's why they make the participants of that show sign a waiver.
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