Palm Grower/Buyer Ratings

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RULES FOR RATING VENDORS

POSITIVE FEEDBACK --- If you have had a positive experience with a grower, you are encouraged to leave positive feedback Show a grower your appreciation by doing so. Only one buyer vote per grower. So use it wisely. 

NEGATIVE FEEDBACK ---Registering Negative Feedback is serious. It will affect a grower's credibility. So, please use this option with discretion. And please try to settle any disputes or misunderstandings privately before resorting to a negative vote. YOU MUST LEAVE A COMMENT EXPLAINING YOUR COMPLAINT IF YOU REGISTER A NEGATIVE VOTE. Explain your reasons for a negative vote, but do it politely. Negative votes without a comment will be deleted.

 

Please, no discussions allowed - just a single comment about a recent transaction or experience.

If you sell palms, you are encouraged to add yourself to our rating service. You may request to have yourself, or any vendor added (via PM to the Moderator). Or you may personally add yourself or anyone you wish. Anyone can be rated. They do not need to sell palms on PalmTalk in order to be rated. Please follow the accepted format.

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Therefore any person who is dissatisfied with any transaction should, in an attempt to resolve the issue, contact PRIVATELY the seller or purchaser--as the case may be--involved in the transaction.

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