(Closed) Etsy-It goes both ways.

posted 10 years ago in Money
Post # 18
1940 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

@ILikePink “Maybe he left to pursue his blossoming Graphic Design career.” LOL

Post # 20
10216 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

@nola: I own an event design and planning business and make mono cake toppers….

Post # 22
1184 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@ILikePink: Maybe he left to pursue his blossoming Graphic Design career.

love it.

Post # 24
739 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

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@ILikePink: I have to say that I find it very distburbing that you are throwing your dispute out on the internet for everyone to see.  Your interaction with them is between you and them.  I would hate to work with you as a vendor if this is how you treat your clients!  Yes, they were horrible clients and you didn’t deserve to be treated that way.  But, they don’t deserve to have you treat them this way either.

Post # 26
177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

i am english – i used to live very near to didsbury – and i think they look great – i’m not sure what anglo changes they were trying to make as it makes perfect sense to me!

Post # 27
739 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

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@ILikePink: You’re right – it’s not libel if it’s true.  I just wanted to encourage you to consider how this will affect your image as a seller if you publishly bash them.  Again, they were in the wrong to treat you that way.  But, you have to protect your image as a seller who provides compassionate customer service.

Post # 28
5496 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2010

After reading this thread and the other Etsy thread, I’m making a mental note not to ever piss anyone off on Etsy. (whether buyers or sellers)  Kinda find the whole thing uncomfortable…and it takes quite a bit to make me uncomfortable. I think the complaints would be absolutely fine if the actual names weren’t used! Just my opinion. 🙂

Post # 31
94 posts
Worker bee

I guess I have been very lucky and blessed on ETSY.  I am the top seller of unity candles on etsy and I can only think of a very few where I had problems.  Two that come to mind is one that totally changed her wedding colors a month after receiving her candle set and wanted me to send her a new one in her new colors at my expense.  Um, no.  She had also tried to get the etsy shop that did her invites to redo free as well.  The other was someone trying to start her own business and bought from me to trash me in feedback.  There have been a couple that tried things through paypal like “she didn’t put the right date on candle, or etc.”  Because I take photos of each finished candle and post online I won those disputes because the photo showed exactly what was ordered and received.  I feel blessed.  I am grateful to my brides and have ended up making sets for their friends and family members as well.  The best advertising is a happy couple.  But you also have to balance what you can do with what you will do.

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