Saw this on a listing from an Ebay seller:
I tell you want, as a general philosophy I never give 5/5 (or 10/10 or 100%) unless marking to specific criteria. There is always something that could have been done better. And it is a bit much, IMO, to ask for a "perfect score" even before you have provided the service. No wonder ratings systems don't actually give much info. If everyone gets such high scores how do you distinguish the truly good from the average that just ends up with a good score.Please make sure you leave a rating of "5" on all detailed sellers ratings (DSRs) when you are leaving feedback. Ebay recently made changes to their feedback system where sellers can suffer SEVERE penalties if anything besides a "5" is left and you may be hurting your favorite sellers without knowing it.Please contact us if you have a concern or if there is anything we can do to serve you better.