FinalDestiny’s comment is correct, and was no doubt provided by the Support team. Even though a buyer may request a refund they can still provide feedback on the product. This is all in line with the buyer’s experience and is within our community guidelines. Thanks!
Shouldn’t the item be soft-disabled in case of such refund?
+1 for letting us contact the reviewer, but maybe limit it to 1 response only and if the reviewer doesn’t respond back to your mailbox then you are out of luck.
By the way, I like how the review system works at newegg:
( Scroll down and select “Reviews” and then search for “Manufacturer Response” )http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150678
This could work great in both private and eventually public ratings as well. Notice how the Manufacturer Response is directly visible and not hidden by default, makes for a very transparent impression.
Dont know if someone mentioned it before, but will be added option to filter “Extended License”, both purchase and sale?
1) Envato (USD) -> Your BA #1 (USD)
2) Your BA #1 (USD) -> Your Favorite Exchange Company (USD)
3) Your Favorite Exchange Company (EUR or whatever) -> Your BA #2 (EUR or whatever)
Be very careful with step 1 as sometimes the money can exchange once or twice even when both accounts are in USD, losing you money. The banks involved in the SWIFT chain will literally steal from you like this if you won’t file an official complain to get your money back. And even then they do it again, so you complain some more (true story).
It depends. Since the hardware is my only business cost, I decided not to save on it. But of course when I realize how many cigarettes and alcohol I could bought for the extra money, it makes me cry
The two graphic cards are for occasional starcraft and battlefield nights
FRESHFACE saidwow, you have a very expensive computer equipment FRESHFACE tell me what you have two graphics cards?
Recently bought lenovo y510 and installed ubuntu. I got almost identical environment like on my macbook, but this machine cost 1/2 and is twice faster, so the price is 1/4 ( i bought the one with 2 dedicated graphic cards ) http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y510p/
Recently bought lenovo y510 and installed ubuntu. I got almost identical environment like on my macbook, but this machine cost 1/2 and is twice faster, so the price is 1/4( i bought the one with 2 dedicated graphic cards ) http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/lenovo/y-series/y510p/
So… I stumbled upon this today…
and I have a few questions:
1) Why does the order differ across browsers? And why does it differ at all? Are there any other factors other than a browser?
2) For how long has it been randomizing it like this? I would like to know a specific date if it’s something recent.
P.S: The order is the same on Ubuntu (=no randomization there). Will test on Windows later (or if anyone with Windows opened can check it for me now..?)