This could be used as a benefit to buyers as well. We would like to highlight "good" buyers where we might want to add a small gift to their order. Such as a buyer who has been honest when claiming an item hasn't been received :- we replace it and then the first order turns up so the buyer sends first back at their own expense. Or repeat customers etc
It might not cover all the functionality that people have requested on this thread, but we feel our app might be of interest to some of you!
this is regarding Warden app. Is it possible for this app to steal my contact details from the processed orders database ?
there is no info on the net about Warden developers so would like to confirm the securities before any installation...
Definitely hear where you're coming from on this one, it always pays to be judicious when allowing an application access to your data.
Although Warden needs to retrieve customer contact details from your database in order to make a comparison of order data to blacklist data, the app only stores the details of the customers that you've specifically added to the blacklist.
As for us, the developers, we're a two-person team whose full-time roles are as developers for Linnworks and a few years ago we decided to create Warden as side-project.
Would love this feature!
Not sure if this is of any use, but we setup a rule in the Rules Engine that checks for order details (say email address) of problem buyers and move these orders to a Hold Bay location. We also have a macro running in .NET that checks order details and then emails us when these conditions are met. This has allowed us to isolate orders from previously problem buyers and take any required action. Not a very neat solution, but it works as long as you know the what order details you are looking for.
Any chance you could upload the macro script for this???
Really surprised this hasn't become a reality yet.
There's a daily issue of questionable behaviour by specific customers.
We can probably set up a rules engine ourselves, but would need help on the macro side.
I think a protection flag as part of Linnworks would be an excellent addition to the service.
the only problem with Amazon is that even if you cancel the order for the buyer from the 'black list' the buyer can still write a negative feedback.... so for amazon buyers particularly I would rather choose another strategy: for these buyers just change the shipping service to the one with a tracking and signature...