Originally Posted by harryconway
How 'bout you leave no feedback ... what-so-ever...
Not a negative. Not a neutral. Not a positive. Don't leave any. Simple. Move on. Enjoy your hi-hats. If you leave "a blistering negative just for justice's sake" on the seller, and you wind up playing those hats for 20 years .... kinda makes you look like a chucklehead, of sorts.
Sorry but i don't agree with that. The seller, and any potential customers of his, needs to know these things. Ekim may have got lucky that the hats weren't damaged, but what happens when the next guy that buys a cymbal from the seller gets a damaged one. It could end up being a very big mess trying to get the seller to refund the money or replace the cymbal. By leaving a negative feedback, it lets potential customers know any problems that may occur, and if they aren't willing to take a risk, can find another seller.