okay, this question goes out to the guys (and gals) here who do a little of both on ebay - buying and selling. mostly for the sellers...
when you sell an item, when do you leave feedback for the buyer? do you leave it right away, as soon as the item is paid for, or do you wait?
i see way too many people on ebay selling things, saying right in their auctions, "please leave feedback for me after you have received your item. i will not leave feedback for you until after you have left it for me."
that's a bunch of bull****.
i understand that many people get feedback for transactions and don't leave any. but when i sell something, as soon as i get paid for that item and ship it out, i leave feedback for the person who bought it. if they don't leave feedback for me? oh well, they suck. but for a seller to not leave feedback until after an item is received? i think that's stupid. if a person pays on time (or as this point - if they pay at all) you should leave feedback for them at that time. what's the matter? afraid you're going to get a negative once your item is received and it's not what you advertised? then don't sell crap.
so what do you guys do? leave feedback when an item is paid for, or do you wait? and how do you feel about people who do that?