XDA Marketplace Improved with iTrader
Recently many members have been requesting a feedback system for the Marketplace, so today we are pleased to announce the introduction of the XDA-Developers Feedback system, based on iTrader.
Using this system, you can leave feedback on your transactions carried out in the XDA-Developers marketplace, and other users can use this to decide whether or not to trust a user they are considering a transaction with.
We would like to remind you that, per the Marketplace rules, XDA-Developers is not responsible for any transaction, and everything undertaken is at your own risk. So without further ado, head over to the Marketplace Feedback System thread for more information about how the system works, and the rules for using it.
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