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Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

When a buyer invokes you guarantee, they now have to enter a reason. It must be 30 characters or more. This should help sellers improve their work and prevent future buyers from invoking. It will also help us detect fraudulent guarantee scammers.

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ITKING

Nice to see feature is available again.




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BANLADESH

Great information!!!thanks




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seogawd

is the example you gave - an example of what type of thing to say or what not to say? you said specific so I am a bit confused as to what I am looking at.

maybe a SET of examples would be better - imho j

I thought you read up on my "buyer block" button... would you mind if I run it out for everyone here under the announcements - to get a community response on it?




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midouloumi

Great updates




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JohnAc

is the example you gave - an example of what type of thing to say or what not to say? you said specific so I am a bit confused as to what I am looking at.

maybe a SET of examples would be better - imho j

I thought you read up on my "buyer block" button... would you mind if I run it out for everyone here under the announcements - to get a community response on it?


I do agree with you on this.....

The buyer should be specific and as I have already suggested he should make a direct reference to a feature that was advertise in the service and was not delivered.

I will suggest to add a field where the buyer "must" enter the paragraph from the service page where the seller advertise the feature that he didn't get.




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seogawd

your not johnac

johnac has the typing skillz of a drunk monkey

who are you and why are you posting under his name? Guarantee Reject now requires a reason




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seogawd

make that a drunk monkey with severe rheumatoid arthritis in one hand and a pirate hook for the other




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emson

thank you! my 100% guarantee has been abused a few times




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spotlightseo

Thanks jordan... IM LOVIN IT




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JohnAc

your not johnac

johnac has the typing skillz of a drunk monkey

who are you and why are you posting under his name? Guarantee Reject now requires a reason


Even a broken clock shows the correct time twice a day Guarantee Reject now requires a reason




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BarryinSiam

Nice move Jordan, I think this might be the solution we've been looking for. Tricky business getting this fair for both parties.
I also think for the protection of service providers against the noobie clients who either don't read the service page properly or do not understand what they are looking at, some sort of proof should be also be provided before negative feedback is allowed to be posted.
This will also protect us sellers from being sabotaged by competition as the site gets bigger...just an idea????

By the way, the conversation between JohnAc and seogawd made me laugh! ha ha.

Great to see this new feature!




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GeeOne

Good move, one for good feature from SC.

G!




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Void

Good move!

Even a broken clock shows the correct time twice a day Guarantee Reject now requires a reason


LMAO




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seogawd

Poor John, he probably poured over that post for hours making sure it was worded that well.... I think I gave him a complex about it in another thread, sorry John.




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robertman11

Lol I always ignore the mistakes. It is so common now, it doesn't bother me and John is an amazing seller here on SC.




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seogawd

speaking of that - how come the forum profiles dont link to user sales in market place? or am I not seeing it ?




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JohnAc

Poor John, he probably poured over that post for hours making sure it was worded that well.... I think I gave him a complex about it in another thread, sorry John.


Hours? You are kidding?.... It take me day's Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

Lol I always ignore the mistakes. It is so common now, it doesn't bother me and John is an amazing seller here on SC.


Thank you, and I take this opportunity to congratulate the support and the admin team.

P.S. I'm amazing enough to get a "X" on my profile? Guarantee Reject now requires a reason Just kidding.


And to get back to the topic there are any updates on the guarantee feature?

This will be last form or you are taking in consideration our suggestions? I mean the one in which the buyer must say witch advertised feature the seller didn't deliver and the "block buyer" button.

Thank you




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BlogTutorial

Sounds like a great feature to me. It will improve the quality of buyer-feedback!




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exjordanary

Protecting the Buyers is great and all. So I think this is a step in the right direction to protect Sellers.
But I think more can be done, especially for Reputable Sellers with that have been proven to be honest.

Sure, we need to make the buyers feel comfortable with their purchases. But Buyers come and go. Reputable Sellers don't come around very often, and I think it's important for Monster Backlinks to do what it takes to keep those Sellers from finding another home.

So why can't a Level X Seller with over 500 Positive Feedbacks 99% Positive (for example), be given a Guarantee that they'll get Paid? Many times have I started a job (which costs money, time & resources btw), only to have it Cancelled half way through, or have the Buyer Revoke the Guarantee.

Now, I understand the need for Monster Backlinks to cover their asses when a fraudulent buyer reverses payment- so I'm not suggesting they take 20% of our losses only because they take 20% of our Gains.

But perhaps maybe us Reputable Sellers can require a Non-refundable Deposit (a percentage of the Full Cost) prior to the acceptance of Orders priced above a particular price threshold. These "Deposits" would have to be Paid AND "Cleared" by Paypal before the Seller can begin the Order.

If that sounds too unreasonable (or time consuming), than how about the ability for Sellers to set Buyer Requirements in order for them to place orders on their Gigs. For example, an Individual Setting for each Seller such as:

  • Do not Accept Orders from Buyers with a Feedback Score of ___ or Less
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers who have been Members of Monster Backlinks for less than ___ Weeks/Months...
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers in these Countries:
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers with the following Usernames: (the good ol'e Buyer Blacklist we've been waiting for)
  • ONLY Accept Orders from Buyers who Speak __________ (language barriers have lead to a majority of my disputes)


Perhaps allowing these types of "Preventative" Features to be set by Sellers, would relieve the HelpDesk from the amount of Tickets it Receives, AND give Less-Reputable Sellers Incentives to build their Reputations!!

Just a thought (or two),
Are you a Clerk?? Then Join the Community.....
Guarantee Reject now requires a reason
-ex




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GeeOne

Protecting the Buyers is great and all. So I think this is a step in the right direction to protect Sellers.
But I think more can be done, especially for Reputable Sellers with that have been proven to be honest.

Sure, we need to make the buyers feel comfortable with their purchases. But Buyers come and go. Reputable Sellers don't come around very often, and I think it's important for Monster Backlinks to do what it takes to keep those Sellers from finding another home.

So why can't a Level X Seller with over 500 Positive Feedbacks 99% Positive (for example), be given a Guarantee that they'll get Paid? Many times have I started a job (which costs money, time & resources btw), only to have it Cancelled half way through, or have the Buyer Revoke the Guarantee.

Now, I understand the need for Monster Backlinks to cover their asses when a fraudulent buyer reverses payment- so I'm not suggesting they take 20% of our losses only because they take 20% of our Gains.

But perhaps maybe us Reputable Sellers can require a Non-refundable Deposit (a percentage of the Full Cost) prior to the acceptance of Orders priced above a particular price threshold. These "Deposits" would have to be Paid AND "Cleared" by Paypal before the Seller can begin the Order.

If that sounds too unreasonable (or time consuming), than how about the ability for Sellers to set Buyer Requirements in order for them to place orders on their Gigs. For example, an Individual Setting for each Seller such as:

  • Do not Accept Orders from Buyers with a Feedback Score of ___ or Less
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers who have been Members of Monster Backlinks for less than ___ Weeks/Months...
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers in these Countries:
  • D0 not Accept Orders from Buyers with the following Usernames: (the good ol'e Buyer Blacklist we've been waiting for)
  • ONLY Accept Orders from Buyers who Speak __________ (language barriers have lead to a majority of my disputes)


Perhaps allowing these types of "Preventative" Features to be set by Sellers, would relieve the HelpDesk from the amount of Tickets it Receives, AND give Less-Reputable Sellers Incentives to build their Reputations!!

Just a thought (or two),
Are you a Clerk?? Then Join the Community.....
Guarantee Reject now requires a reason
-ex


Must say, you have a point.

G!




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ionicware

We will be adding the ability to decline orders, so you'll be able to decline any buyer you like based on any criteria. Eventually, we will have buyer ratings as well.




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Sean101

Nice adddition. I dont use the guarantee feature much, but i do often hear other sellers saying about buyers that just redeem the guarantee regardless to weither the service was bad no not. So this helps towards stoping that for those sellers which like using guarantees. Cool! Guarantee Reject now requires a reason




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exjordanary

We will be adding the ability to decline orders, so you'll be able to decline any buyer you like based on any criteria. Eventually, we will have buyer ratings as well.


Yes, I know you're already aware of this Jordan- That is why we are all supporters of Monster Backlinks -Cuz Users are listened to. (even if they're NOT buyers Guarantee Reject now requires a reason)

I tend to always jump ahead to the next thing while Jordan is JUST getting started on one thing - I hope I don't stress you out. I'm always throwing Ideas at you and I'm glad you don't take them the wrong way - cuz I think you're doing an awesome job as the #1 Top Clerk of us all!!

I only mentioned it because we received some Swear Words in "The Swear Box" at CommunityClerks about "Buyer Protection" a couple days ago, so it got me thinkin...

-ex




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JohnAc

I may be missing something here but the new feature: guarantee reject require explanation, and the one that will come : the block buyer button is not entirely solving the problem, or at lest this is how I see things....

At this moment if you offer a guarantee you can't contact the support if it is invoked.... "If a user does invoke your guarantee and you submit a support ticket, it will be rejected"

So... I have a user that say in the explanation.... "I don't like the service"... So... how this help me? I still lose my money, I can't contact support.... so what happen? how this feature help me?

I agree that I was one of the users that sustain the need of a explanation when a buyer reject a delivery report... but....
I have also suggest that the buyer should provide a clear reason why he invoke guarantee and to go further with that I think he should also provide, in a second field, copy/pasted from the service page, the feature of the service that the seller advertise and he didn't delivered...

SOMETHING LIKE THAT:

FEATURE ADVERTISED AND NOT DELIVERED:....................................................

EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE:.......................................................

And this way when buyer invoke guarantee for different reason but none of them can be validate, in this case, the seller could open a support ticket about that.... So the support team can mark the order as completed and send the money to the seller.

I know that you are trying to keep thing as automated as possible but the solution above will not mean more work for the support since no seller that know he didn't deliver what he advertise will go and open a support ticket about that....

EX: I say in my service that I deliver 10.000 bog comments on unique url and when the buyer get the report he get 10.000 but not from 10.000 unique url but from 7.000 and he invoke guarantee for this reason.
I must be stupid to open a support ticket for that....

But when I will deliver 10.000 blog comments on 10.000 unique url and the buyer invoke the guarantee for this reason and in the:"EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE:" he say: "I don't like the service" and I know that the feature that he claim was delivered then I will open a ticket since I know the quality of my service.

With this way of doing things we can also solve another problem...

I'm talking about that situation when a buyer invoke guarantee because he didn't fully understand what the service provide and what will be the result... or he didn't realize the deadline and things like that.... And he realize/understand all this when the order is in progress or when it is delivered....

He will not be able to invoke guarantee, because he can't provide the feature that the seller advertise and didn't delivered.


Now, about the block buyer button.... I don't think it help us so much at this moment since we don't have a buyer evaluation/reputation system.... Ok..., I can block buyers that had invoke a guarantee for no reason but what happen if I haven't done any business with him in the past, I have no records of his reputation....

Is true that I can make a statistic based on a criteria... Let's say I notice that guys from "Some location" have a bad attitude as buyers and they cause problem and use the "BLOCK BUYER" button to block orders from them but is not such accurate like it will be: I don't do business with guys that have less then 80% positive reviews, or iTrade score.

As I said with a buyer reputation management system and the obligation of providing a valid reason / clear explanation why he invoke guarantee I think this can be solved....

No seller will go to support since the facts are clear and he know he made a mistake and he will be happy to refund instead of getting a neg review

No buyer will abuse since if he does so, and he don't provide a valid reason why he invoke guarantee, the thinks will go to support and he will get a neg reputation and in the future this will increase the chances that his orders will be rejected or blocked by sellers due to the low reputation...

That been said I understand that this thinks can't be done over night.

Thank you.




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exjordanary

I may be missing something here but the new feature: guarantee reject require explanation, and the one that will come : the block buyer button is not entirely solving the problem, or at lest this is how I see things....

At this moment if you offer a guarantee you can't contact the support if it is invoked.... "If a user does invoke your guarantee and you submit a support ticket, it will be rejected"

So... I have a user that say in the explanation.... "I don't like the service"... So... how this help me? I still lose my money, I can't contact support.... so what happen? how this feature help me?

I agree that I was one of the users that sustain the need of a explanation when a buyer reject a delivery report... but....
I have also suggest that the buyer should provide a clear reason why he invoke guarantee and to go further with that I think he should also provide, in a second field, copy/pasted from the service page, the feature of the service that the seller advertise and he didn't delivered...

SOMETHING LIKE THAT:

FEATURE ADVERTISED AND NOT DELIVERED:....................................................

EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE:.......................................................

And this way when buyer invoke guarantee for different reason but none of them can be validate, in this case, the seller could open a support ticket about that.... So the support team can mark the order as completed and send the money to the seller.

I know that you are trying to keep thing as automated as possible but the solution above will not mean more work for the support since no seller that know he didn't deliver what he advertise will go and open a support ticket about that....

EX: I say in my service that I deliver 10.000 bog comments on unique url and when the buyer get the report he get 10.000 but not from 10.000 unique url but from 7.000 and he invoke guarantee for this reason.
I must be stupid to open a support ticket for that....

But when I will deliver 10.000 blog comments on 10.000 unique url and the buyer invoke the guarantee for this reason and in the:"EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE:" he say: "I don't like the service" and I know that the feature that he claim was delivered then I will open a ticket since I know the quality of my service.

With this way of doing things we can also solve another problem...

I'm talking about that situation when a buyer invoke guarantee because he didn't fully understand what the service provide and what will be the result... or he didn't realize the deadline and things like that.... And he realize/understand all this when the order is in progress or when it is delivered....

He will not be able to invoke guarantee, because he can't provide the feature that the seller advertise and didn't delivered.


Now, about the block buyer button.... I don't think it help us so much at this moment since we don't have a buyer evaluation/reputation system.... Ok..., I can block buyers that had invoke a guarantee for no reason but what happen if I haven't done any business with him in the past, I have no records of his reputation....

Is true that I can make a statistic based on a criteria... Let's say I notice that guys from "Some location" have a bad attitude as buyers and they cause problem and use the "BLOCK BUYER" button to block orders from them but is not such accurate like it will be: I don't do business with guys that have less then 80% positive reviews, or iTrade score.

As I said with a buyer reputation management system and the obligation of providing a valid reason / clear explanation why he invoke guarantee I think this can be solved....

No seller will go to support since the facts are clear and he know he made a mistake and he will be happy to refund instead of getting a neg review

No buyer will abuse since if he does so, and he don't provide a valid reason why he invoke guarantee, the thinks will go to support and he will get a neg reputation and in the future this will increase the chances that his orders will be rejected or blocked by sellers due to the low reputation...

That been said I understand that this thinks can't be done over night.

Thank you.



Yeah, but as it stands now, the Guarantee says, "No Questions Asked" - meaning "Proof" of what the seller didn't Deliver is not required.

If all those things were required for a buyer, than it probably shouldn't be called a "No questions asked Guarantee".

And part of the reason why Buyers do not understand what they are buying is because of a Language Barrier. Many times, they simply don't speak (or read) English all that well.

This is why the ability to Block Buyers who don't speak your language (or only Accept Orders from Buyers that DO speak your Language) will help.

These are called "Preventative" measures - rather than having to find a Solution to an existing problem, if you could Prevent the problem from happening in the first place, than none of your other Concerns will need to be addressed.

Another "Preventative" Measure that can be implemented for any Gig with a Guarantee, is an "Agreement of Service Terms" that a Buyer must Agree to Prior to proceeding with the Order.

Something like this:
Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

If they don't Agree to the Guaranteed Terms, only THEN will they have to provide PROOF upon Invoking the Guarantee.

Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

-exjordanary




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JohnAc

Yeah, but as it stands now, the Guarantee says, "No Questions Asked" - meaning "Proof" of what the seller didn't Deliver is not required.

If all those things were required for a buyer, than it probably shouldn't be called a "No questions asked Guarantee".


I understand that the guarantee, is now "No Questions Asked", and yes this should be changed. But I don't think this is the problem that we are discussing here... changing that will be the most easy part....



And part of the reason why Buyers do not understand what they are buying is because of a Language Barrier. Many times, they simply don't speak (or read) English all that well.

This is why the ability to Block Buyers who don't speak your language (or only Accept Orders from Buyers that DO speak your Language) will help.

These are called "Preventative" measures - rather than having to find a Solution to an existing problem, if you could Prevent the problem from happening in the first place, than none of your other Concerns will need to be addressed.


First of all we are talking about an website that it's in English, and I think the admin's what to keep it that way... Accepting buyer that speak only a particular language this mean that the service should also be in that language, do you really thing this will be a goo idea...

Second many buyers don't understand what a particular service will provide not due to the language barrier but do to their lack of knowledge. They don't understand what blog comments backlinks mean or wiki backlinks... etc... I saw a guy from USA (so no language barrier) that ask me if wiki links means that I will create backlinks on wikipedia.

As I said I do agree that the ability to block a buyer is a good feature.... but this will not solve the problem, more than that at this moment we don't have enough valid criteria based on which we can block a buyer.

Do you really sustain that blocking a buyer based on his country/language... is better then blocking him based on his reputation as a buyer?

I don't say that other criteria shouldn't be available if a seller want to go further and use them.


Another "Preventative" Measure that can be implemented for any Gig with a Guarantee, is an "Agreement of Service Terms" that a Buyer must Agree to Prior to proceeding with the Order.

Something like this:
Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

If they don't Agree to the Guaranteed Terms, only THEN will they have to provide PROOF upon Invoking the Guarantee.

Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

-exjordanary


What will stop all the buyer from "signing" this agreement without hesitation?

And what happen if a buyer sign this agreement and then he invoke guarantee and on explanation he write: "I dont like how the report look like". And there was no specification about how the report will look like...

What will happen in this situation if we have all the feature you are talking about ....?

- I can't submit a support ticket since is "No Questions Asked"
- He sign the signed the Agreement... so... what....
- A second seller can't block him since he will not be aware of what happen?




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exjordanary

I understand that the guarantee, is now "No Questions Asked", and yes this should be changed. But I don't think this is the problem that we are discussing here... changing that will be the most easy part....




First of all we are talking about an website that it's in English, and I think the admin's what to keep it that way... Accepting buyer that speak only a particular language this mean that the service should also be in that language, do you really thing this will be a goo idea...

Second many buyers don't understand what a particular service will provide not due to the language barrier but do to their lack of knowledge. They don't understand what blog comments backlinks mean or wiki backlinks... etc... I saw a guy from USA (so no language barrier) that ask me if wiki links means that I will create backlinks on wikipedia.

As I said I do agree that the ability to block a buyer is a good feature.... but this will not solve the problem, more than that at this moment we don't have enough valid criteria based on which we can block a buyer.

Do you really sustain that blocking a buyer based on his country/language... is better then blocking him based on his reputation as a buyer?

I don't say that other criteria shouldn't be available if a seller want to go further and use them.



What will stop all the buyer from "signing" this agreement without hesitation?

And what happen if a buyer sign this agreement and then he invoke guarantee and on explanation he write: "I dont like how the report look like". And there was no specification about how the report will look like...

What will happen in this situation if we have all the feature you are talking about ....?

- I can't submit a support ticket since is "No Questions Asked"
- He sign the signed the Agreement... so... what....
- A second seller can't block him since he will not be aware of what happen?



Then those types of things will be dealt with when they arise, but there's less chance of them arising if you use "Preventative" Measures so they don't happen in the first place -

That's not to say they won't happen, but it's better to at least reduce the amount of occurrences do you concur?

I agree with you that Language is not the only problem and that the problem is mostly because of the Buyer's "lack of knowledge" - Well, this is I do.

I personally take advantage of these Buyers with this "lack of knowledge" - let's just call it a "Disability" - or how about plain old " "Stupidity" - and I make my Guarantee look a certain way, and it works GREAT!!

Because the very "Disability" that makes these buyers not be able to understand the Gig, is the same disability that makes them invoke a 1% Guarantee - Then they don't realize until AFTER it's too late, that on a $20.00 Order, they just received a $0.10 Cent Refund and they CAN'T Leave Feedback because they've been refunded already.

Sometimes you need to fight Fire with Fire.

If you want to know the answer to how I did this, read my POST HERE on CommunityClerks


For now, you can always Read about, and Report Buyers to the "Blacklist" (also on CommunityClerks)

There are a LOT of answers there waiting for you...

Thanks!!




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exjordanary

When a buyer invokes you guarantee, they now have to enter a reason. It must be 30 characters or more. This should help sellers improve their work and prevent future buyers from invoking. It will also help us detect fraudulent guarantee scammers.

Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

Guarantee Reject now requires a reason

Oh, and their "Reason" needs to be 30 Characters of Perfectly Written, Grammatically Correct English - or it WON'T COUNT!!




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Tommy Matalino

We will be adding the ability to decline orders, so you'll be able to decline any buyer you like based on any criteria. Eventually, we will have buyer ratings as well.

This would be a good idea. I once have a buyer whom I can't really do what he says since it's already out of my line of work, and I do wonder why he ordered one from me...




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gordgoodfellow

Musthofaa advertised that he would send 35,000 REAL LIVE visitors to my site. Well, I've been looking at my site stats for several days now and it still says 0. ZERO.
Absolute crap. He should be booted off this site as he's a crook.

But how do I get a refund?




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gordgoodfellow

I have already PAID for this; they have NOT done the work. I have tried contacting them THREE times and have had no reply. Anyone might suspect me of becoming suspicious at this point....




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gordgoodfellow

"... but go to Monster Backlinks, and click the Black "HELP" button on the right side of the page ..."

But there is no black HELP button on the right side of the page.

Can you give me the URL of the page you are referring to?





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JohnAc

We don't need SPAM gis, sold out, or suspended gigs showing in the results.


The services displayed in a category is one thing and the one displayed in a service page is another thing...

I think all you guys could start to sit back a little and understand how things work here.




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JohnAc

SPAM IS SPAM, people click on it thinking it's a REAL GIG.. and it isn't it's an advertisement.


It's a service that he provide but at that moment is just suspended or sold out.

I have suggest the admin's to add a feature to track the changes of a service... so once you got there you will be able to get notice when that service will be available again.

And we are starting to get off-topic here.




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JohnAc

1) As I said this dissolution is off topic here.
2) You have the support section where you can go and make your statement
3) No one obligate you to became a user, or to buy anything....




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JohnAc

So you have the right to voice YOUR opinion here but not me? Kiss My Ass. report that.
douchebag.


You can post your opinion about this topic, "Guarantee Reject now requires a reason" as all others, if you have any other request and complain, as suggested, you can start a new thread or go to support.

Be sure that with this attitude you will not be able to solve anything , and the way you treat a problem or a discussion can show others where to place your IQ level.

Thank you.

P.S. Be sure that I will report that since from my point of view as a member of this community this kind of attitude don't belong here... And I'm talking about your language not the things you sustain.




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Tommy Matalino

Ok guys, let's not go off topic here. @justinwillison, please bring that to a new thread, or as suggested before, send a suport ticket regarding that. These guys are trying to help you, yet you don't know how to follow simple instructions.




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exjordanary

Another feature might be a guarantee of 1% back is kind of ridiculous - maybe a 50% or higher requirement.

Yes, true. With someone with a much lower reputation, that would make sense. (I was just talking about myself though)




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exjordanary

funny he posts THAT.. as I am posting about the opposite.. what a joke.
eXjordanary also likes to offer FAKE gigs like $2 for 4000 pinterest followers to get people to click on his "suspended" or "sold out" gig to see ads for hundreds of other gigs. I believe this to be SPAM, and should not be allowed. As a buyer you have to sift through hundreds of gigs that are mostly crap for the few good ones. We don't need SPAM gis, sold out, or suspended gigs showing in the results.


Wait, so you're telling me that "As a buyer you have to sift through hundreds of gigs that are mostly crap for the few good ones" -That's called "Shopping" dude. How is that not different (or better) than Sifting through $2 Gigs on the Homepage?? I don't get it. The Gigs I listed are ones that Exist HERE on Monster Backlinks already! You make no sense dude.

"eXjordanary also likes to offer FAKE gigs":
Actually all those Gigs used to be "Live", but since they were only $2 Dollar, guess what? They SOLD OUT!! That's why some even have Feedback. Like THIS ONE and THIS ONE and THIS ONE and THIS ONE and....well, there are more, but hey Guarantee Reject now requires a reason - wouldn't want you to think I was "Spamming".

That's what happens when things cost only $2. They Sell out. But I thought perhaps the Customer would be disappointed if they came to my $2 Dollar Gig, only to find that it's SOLD OUT - so what did I do??

I spent literally DAYS putting together a List of $2 Dollar Gigs from OTHER SELLERS!! So I don't even make anything from it! It's only to satisfy the Customer!!

But I bet you're just that type - you know? Had there NOT been any other options for a $2 Dollar Service, you'd have something to say about that too now wouldn't ya?

Once you see the the "SOLD OUT" sign at the VERY TOP of the Gig.

One would simply exit out of the Gig right? Why even Scroll down??

Unless of course perhaps someone was nice enough to take individual Screenshots of all these other Gigs for $2 Dollar and link them all to other Gig ON Monster Backlinks!!

WOW, the kind of appreciation I get from some people. Weird.

Anyways, if you would like a Tutorial on BBCode, let me know. I make a Gig for you for $2 - but you better hurry before it sells out.
Learn to shop.




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mike719

Much better. I wasn't crazy about the "no questions asked" part of it :-)




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consultingpro

Protects the integrity of the service and the seller's reputation.




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