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    We have just seen Irv's Luggage reverse $1,500 worth of luggage purchases from our pages. They say that datafeeds DOUBLE you profits. Sure they do! 2x0 = ZERO!

    huhu

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    Sorry! I meant $1,500 in the title of the message.

    huhu

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    Please explain what does it have to with datafeed.

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    huhu,

    Sorry to hear about this...
    I will get an explaination for by Monday.

    Also, can you PM me your CJ PID number you are using for the Irvs program?

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    It is simple, KCEdit. If you don't make anything without the datafeeds, you make twice as much with them! We have been using Irv's datafeeds for luggage and executive essentials.
    Thank you for writing.

    huhu

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    So, was your reversal one sale for $1500...or a bunch of items reversed.

    If it was one $1500 luggage purchase, my guess is that the transaction was fraudulent.

    If it was a bunch of small transactions, the big question on everyone's mind is percentage. If you had 100 transactions and Irv reversed 100% of them, then there is something extremely wrong. If they are reversing saying 20% of transactions...it could be any number of legitimate reasons. Not all of the reasons beting foul play on the part of the merchant.

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