right.. oops, yeah it does start with an *, duh.
I don't agree that we need more regulations with swap. If you go through PayPal, you have protection there--double if you use a credit card.
If you swap, there is an honor code there that is much more easily broken, but I don't think it's a moderator's job to police that.
I'd rather have buy/sell/trade at your own risk than not at all.
I do feel that a ban from swap isn't enough. I agree that at the very least, SCM access be removed. She violated a trust.
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(in response to Maedze's post)Care to share?
In the interest of fairness, to the best of my understanding the group of problematic transactions resulting in the ban all came to the attention of moderators at the same time. So this was not a case of this individual being given repeat chances. It was a case of this individual having a number of transactions at close to the same time and not following through on her end of the deal with any of them. This same thing can - and does - as those who have been members on other swap forums can attest to, happen on any swap forum regardless of how organized and regimented it is.
There have been cases of people who run coops (aka group buys,) on other boards repeated times with a great track record, and then all the sudden take all the coop money, don't order the goods, and are never heard from again.
Until I develop mind reading abilities, there is really no way to prevent anybody from doing this - swap is after all always going to involve a degree of trust and a degree of buyer beware, with extra insurance available through paypal or a credit card company when funds are involved.
*Spoiledinmyhouseofblue*She's still on here all the time, though. Having her cake and eating it, too, I guess.
I saw her in the list of active members yesterday, too. Looks like she may be signing on every time someone replies to this thread.
I think your right!!!!
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Brooklynsmommy, just wondering where my Halo sleep sac is. You told me you would ship it out on December 21, 2009, and I haven't received it yet. Could you please respond to the PMs I sent or the email I sent you?
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