I'd like to know if anyone has had any luck getting around this or if there's a trick somewhere I'm missing that might help me avoid this as much as possible! Late delivery defects are added to your account when a tracking number is scanned delivered AFTER the date given to the buyer, so the only way to get around is to increase the estimate delivery date range.
The options that I know of for that would be; increasing handling time, though you'll lose the TRS discount if you're getting it.
There is a slight bug which will create 2 empty folders when you launch Minion until you have changed the addon folder location it uses.
Once you have launched Minion if you do have empty folder for liveeu/Addons then you can delete those.
As their site grew, they noticed that their software, written in Perl using a flat-file database, could not always cope with the number of users they had.
In February 2000, the two decided that it would be better to write their own solution as both were unfamiliar with the software's code and thus unable to optimize it.
Coming early next year: Simpler, more objective seller standards Starting February 20, 2016, seller performance will be measured by two key metrics: Defect rate: A new simplified defect rate will include just seller-cancelled transactions and cases that are closed without seller resolution. If they'd do it, they'd get many million people back and selling more with more certainty. The way the US information/email was deciphered on the UK ebay community board was actually shown, once the small print had been evaluated, was that it was actually becominng FAR worse, and that TRS levels are now going from 2% to 0.5% amongst other terrible changes. I had several e Bay customer service telling me that new changes are coming. And what a shame after millions losing thier accounts over this DSR rating. This is only for Canada and US so far but a valuable tool is the Reddit e Bay section. A lot of e Bay and Pay Pal employees go on and talk about stuff. It's not like this forum (it's kind of hostile over on it) but I just watch over... Just focus of transactions and handling cases as they occur. I haven't been into e Bay for YEARS so I don't know how did you guys handle it before certain rule changes but if those changes were to happen to UK accounts as well, I'd just have 1-3 high, high limit accounts and just do what you've just mentioned.
The following will no longer impact your defect rate: Buyer feedback, including negative and neutral Detailed seller ratings (DSRs) Returns requests that are successfully resolved with your buyer Items not received requests that have been successfully resolved with your buyer On-time shipping: A new metric will be used to measure whether you shipped or delivered your item on time based on tracking information when available. A lot of e Bay and Pay Pal employees go on and talk about stuff. It's not like this forum (it's kind of hostile over on it) but I just watch over... Just sell, sell sell and go at it and if I do have any cases opened, just throw money at the problem and keep on grinding.
Considering I get 1 case in 1500 items roughly nowadays I'm all good.
This turns out to be a known thing and is not a bug, ignore that.
You get to choose your server in game at the logon screen.
At the moment the rules don't really choke my business and I'm not into foofoo stock either, so both sets of rules would work for me.
On paper, the "just sort the cases between yourselves before we do anything" approach seems to be easier to handle. Meh, I've not noticed a big change in my sales with it or not anyway so I couldn't care less if they have it at 2% or 0.5% Postage time, expected delivery time?