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View Poll Results: Feedback for freebies?

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Thread: Feedback for freebies?

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    Feedback for freebies?

    Just curious, but do you (or should you) leave positive feedback for a freebie?

    I always do, but I am wondering what you all think....?

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    I do, and I think it should be done. If another member sends you a free card the least you can do is give them a positive feedback and help them build up their score.

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    Never thought about it. I thought the feedback was for trades or sales. I will provide feedback soon for anyone that has sent me anything.

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    Why not. Just make your comment reflect that it is for a freebie and not a transaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George_Calfas View Post
    Why not. Just make your comment reflect that it is for a freebie and not a transaction.
    This is exactly my thoughts on it. It is exactly the same as a sale but the buyer did not have to pay. No reason the seller (or in this case the giver) should not get a +1

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