I received a message from the other girl who received her end from the same MIA swapper (ie. alleged Swap-Lifter) (even though it took 2 months). She got her stuff and it was all fine (no damage), but she is now unsure about leaving her Karma. What was my response? I figure that as long as she got her stuff, that is what matters. I would still leave positive feedback, but of course I would mention that it took two whole months. It’s the right thing to do. I guess we can all wonder why it took so long. But this person was quick and vague in her message that I would rather just leave it alone. It also appears as if she’s leaving rehash (remember, she deleted her profile picture and home address).
I am wondering when http://www.swapstyle.com is becoming http://www.rehasclothes.com? News of the supposed merger/takeover was recent but I haven’t heard anything lately about the change in moving forward. Is this going to be good or bad? Time will tell. Ok, it’s a cliche, but we really don’t know what is going to happen. I think the only thing that we can agree on, is that it was a user-friendly site where most of us had so many tokens (I had over 35) but it was getting to be a bother with all the site problems (no thanks to hackers). Furthermore, there were more members which means more available inventory. Don’t get me wrong, but the http://www.dignswap.com site has fewer members and thus, fewer items available. I like http://www.rehashclothes.com but the swappers seem to change their minds more often and tend to be a tad more picky. I am on http://www.chancexchange.com too but I limited it to books because I got so many requests in a very short time. People who have things listed denied me a few times, so it’s not so reliable, either. I limit my deals to a few times a week. I recently joined http://www.titletrader.com and http://www.paperbackswap.com. My favorite book site is http://www.bookmooch.com; I’ve been a member for years now and have gotten some really neat books. I have an excellent rating and I’ve mooched out almost 100 books. The USPS media mail rate is ideal—it’s cheap. I am currently looking for foreign language books.