Many of us sellers have similar problems where we receive negative feedback from buyers who simply do not have a clue. One of the biggest culprits is newbies who give neutral or negative feedback without even contacting the seller first. Sometimes we suffer from retaliations feedback where a buyer will give the seller feedback just because they disagree with the feedback they have received - this is not right !!!
I have discovered a new way of LEGALLY removing negative or neutral feedback. This will not work all the time but due to the numbers of skanks out there on ebay i'm sure 9 our of 10 times this is likely to work.
All you do is check the buyers contact details. If for any reason they are wrong legally ebay must remove all feedback dealings. Obviously writing to ebay normally just gives a standard useless response that is no help to anyone but if you fill out the correct complaint form then you will get the desired result.
Here is the information straight from eBay:
Feedback left by a member who provided eBay with false contact information and could not be contacted. In general, the transaction period is considered to be 90 days from the end of the listing or 30 days from the date the feedback was left, whichever was longer.