|Friday, August 17, 2018|
General Auction FAQ
Please read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) to find useful information about BeautyCare.com Auctions.
Below are answers to some questions that members often ask.
A. After filling out the registration form, you will be sent a confirmation message via email. You must follow the instructions in that message to complete your registration. This process ensures that your email address is correct and functional. .
A. You'll need to submit a request on the Forgot Password page. We will send you an e-mail with your password.
A. You can find instructions on the Changing Registration page.
A. A We do not currently handle changes in e-mail addresses.
A. We have an online form which you can use to view or modify your registered user information.
you'd like to give some public feedback, positive or negative,
on another beautycare registered user, you can do so using our user feedback feature.
A. The number in parenthesis beside each person's User Name or e-mail address signifies his/her Feedback Rating. Everyone at BeautyCare.com has a Feedback Rating that is determined by:
For more information, please visit our Feedback Forum.
A. When a member is unregistered from BeautyCare.com, all feedback they have left is changed to neutral although the comments remain. The reason for this change was to counteract the effect of negative feedback bombing by users employing alias accounts. This is a suspendable offense, as warned on the feedback page itself, but in the past, the damage to a user's score was not fixable. Now it is.
Unfortunately, the only way to implement this policy fairly and equitably was to make the feature automatic and indiscriminate.
A. Anonymous email services, which are typically web-based and free to use, allow customers to sign up and use email services without providing verifiable personal information. Examples of services that BeautyCare.com classifies as anonymous email providers are HotmailTM, Yahoo!TM Mail and MailExciteTM. A very small number of people use the anonymity of such services as a front to abuse web-based services such as BeautyCare.com. (In contrast, non-anonymous email services are generally provided by ISPs like AOL, MSNTM and NetcomTM. These email services require a more formal registration process which provides more accountability).
At beautycare, we believe that people are basically honest, and we wish to provide an inclusive environment for personal trade. We allow users of anonymous email to use our site.