ML: Ladrones de Cuello Blanco

En la opinión de los creadores de este blog, las personas que trabajan en MercadoLibre.com tendrían un empleo más digno e íntegro si fuera PROSTITUTAS O NARCOTRAFICANTES en lugar de hacer lo que hacen actualmente, porque al menos las prostitutas y los narcotraficantes hacen su trabajo. Cosa que en MercadoLibre.com no pasa.

Cuando uno trata de contactarse con MercadoLibre no hay quien dé la cara. No hay direcciones, no hay teléfonos, no hay quien responda por el pésimo servicio y las prácticas infames con las que trabajan. Así pues nos hemos dado a la tarea de encontrar nombres a quienes podamos reclamar.

No es de extrañar que MercadoLibre.com tenga unas políticas tan abusivas. Sus directivos son gente, con mucho currículum, eso sí, pero que nada sabe.

Mucha teoría en papelitos de escuelas prestigiosas, pero apostaríamos lo que sea a que en toda su acomodada y frívola vida de andar de país en país estudiando Online Marketing,  E-Commerce y demás, NUNCA han tenido la experiencia de vender o comprar un artículo en la empresa para la cual trabajan y MUCHO MENOS saben lo que es ganarse la vida con el comercio electrónico. (Oh ironía de la vida)

Así que sus numerosos títulos nos son útiles a los usuarios promedio, los que HACEMOS DEL SITIO LO QUE ES, pues básicamente en nada… a menos que nos los presten para cuando se nos agota el papel higiénico en casa y no tenemos con qué limpiarnos.

 

Si has llegado a este sitio y ves tu nombre en la lista, queremos que sepas que cientos de miles de personas que utilizamos MercadoLibre.com a diario, queremos que HAGAS ALGO POR MEJORAR EL SERVICIO, YA!!!

Francisco Ceballos – Gerente de País (México)

Oscar Colin – Gerente de Categorías

Verónica Cuesta – Gerente de Mercadotecnia y Ventas

Fayne Loya – Gerente de Publicidad   fayne.loya@mercadolibre.com.mx

5 pensamientos en “ML: Ladrones de Cuello Blanco

  1. sdf dice:

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  2. ezequiel dice:

    hola, yo soy argentino, y tenemos nuestra miserias, pero ese hijo de puta de ignacio es uruguayo, son la misma mierda que nosotros, pero con distinto olor. Abrazo

  3. lecheritopelaez dice:

    MERCADOLIBRE Y EL PUTO DE SU DIRECTOR IGNACIO CARIDE @ignaciocaride SOLO SE DEDICA A ESTAFAR A LA GENTE, EN ESPECIAL EL MARICON DE IGNACIO CARIDE, QUE EN CUANTO SABE DE UN PROBLEMA Y LE RECLAMAS EN TWITTER, EL MUY PUTO TE BLOQUEA!! ESO NO ES DE HOMBRES, Y QUE LASTIMA, PORQUE TIENE HIJOS PEQUEÑOS, MISMOS QUE VAN A CRECER CON LA MISMA IDEA DE TENER UN PADRE MARICON, PUTO Y COBARDE!! SI ESTE ARGENTINO HIJO DE PUTA QUIERE EDUCAR A SUS HIJOS, MEJOR QUE LOS REGALE, PORQUE ESTA DIFICIL CRECER CON LA IDEA DE TENER UN PADRE PUTO!!

  4. Hector dice:

    Hola a todos,
    Yo tambien he sido cleinte de Mercad Libre (En Mexico) durante muchos años, pague comisiones, acepte tardanzas en la liberacion a travez de su nefasto mercado pago, pero el colmo fue una compra con un vendedor, fue un amplificador, acordamos usar correo mexicano, que yo lo he usado cientos de veces sin problemas, y el vendedor simplemente metio el amplifcador en una caja de carto, segun el le puso proteccion (hielo seco), y el amplificador llego dañado, era obvio que el empaque estuvo mal hecho para el tipo de articulo , yo tome fotos de como estaba el empaque, destrozado, al momenot de abrirlo , y no fue por manejo incorrecto de mexpost, simpelmente que el aprato pesa 25 kilos y el estupido vendedor solo le puso periodicos y hielo seco muy delgado, yo le abri un reclamo y lexouse textualmente, el articulo llego dañado durante por el envio , el proceso de empaque esta muy mal hecho, ….ese fue mi error pues Mercado Libre, cerro de inmediato el reclamo y le dio el dinero al vendedor pues concluyo que la compañia de envios lo habia dañado y es conocido de todos los que usamos MExpost que ellos no manejan articulos delicados y que si lo mepacas correctamenteme puedes enviar un espejo si quieres. Pues esot me provoco que el vendedor ya no me hiciera caso, y yo perdi $3,000 pesos y me quede con un aprato inservible, reclame sientos de veces, por correo y por la opcion de contact y la respuesta de ML fue radical , “ya cerramos el reclmo y no se volvera abrir, contacta a tu vendedor” y de ahi no los saque, siendo qeu su intervencion provoco qu eyo no tuviera el tiempo ni el modo de reclamarle al vendedor……eso es una rono en despoblado dirian en mi rancho, TENGAN CUIDADO CON LO QUE PONEN OD ESCRIBENEN LOS RECLAMOS, YO DEVI PONER QUE EL PRODUCTO ESTABA DEFECTUOSO Y JAMAS MENCIONAR LO DEL ENVIO A PESAR DE QUE LA REALIDAD ES OTRA……….NO HAY MANERA DE QUE MERCADO LIBRE RECONOZCA SU ERROR, LES VALE MADRE, ELLOS COBRAN COMISIONES Y HAZTE BOLAS….CUIADDO CON ESTE SITIO NARCISISTA Y LLENO DE RATEROS…..
    Reclamo N.º 243816846

  5. Caro dice:

    Hola. POR FAVOR LEER TODO, LES CONVIENE SABER COMO ENGAÑAR A MERCADO LIBRE Y AHORRARSE DINERO.
    La deshonestidad corrupcion y engaño de la empresa mercado libre es todo un emporio que el mundo entero conoce, si es asi para que comprar con la honestidad que ellos no tienen? Yo fui un gran vendedor alli desde el 2006 hasta el 2014, en Colombia hice muchas ventas y llegue por muchos meses a estar en el top de los vendedores, les pague millones en comisiones, los comentarios de mis compradores fueron los mejores, trate de dar lo maximo y de hacer de esto un negocio lucrativo para mi, al principio bien todo, pero de un momento a otro esas ventas placenteras se convirtieron en pesadillas. Cada rato los INEPTOS vigilantes de Mercado Libre anulaban mis respuestas por cualquier motivo que se inventaban, yo nunca puse informacion de contacto, sin embargo fueron muchos correos y regaños que ellos me hicieron por esto, todo fue calumnia. Al principio uno piensa que fue un error, pero luego me di cuenta de que es falla del sistema y de la seleccion de personal, gente ignorante INEPTA que no tiene la minima cultura ni respeto. Poco a poco se mee lleno la copa y cancele mi cuenta. Mas aun cuando el dichoso “Mercado Pago” aparecio y se convirtio en una imposicion obligatoria ofensiva ladrona. Como es posible que me obliquen a mi a facturar con datafono para tarjeta de credito si soy un vendedor informal sin registro ni facturacion? acaso mercado libre no era un portal de ventas informales para vendedores que quieren hacer su negocio sin tener que pagar por un local y registros de Dian y Camara de Comercio y demas? Pues asi era en el 2006, pero en el 2013 esto cambio al extremo y se volvio un portal web para venta como de almacenes normales.
    Realmente no solo vendi yo alli, tambien fueron muchas las compras que hice, habian buenos precios y todo llegaba a la puerta de mi casa. Progresivamente vi como las comisiones las fueron subiendo en porcentanje de cobro y yo como vendedor y comprador me di cuenta que comisiones del 10% eran el colmo del abuso, mas aun teniendo en cuenta las incomodas llamadas de atencion a las que me tenian sometido esos Hp´s.

    Para no extenderme mas, les digo que sigo comprando en ML pero tome todas estos abusos de ellos en un proceso beneficioso para mi, ¿como? pues muy sencillo, es de logica que los vendedores ante todo quieren vender, entonces saquemos partido de esto, asi:

    ATENCION SI ERES COMPRADOR:
    -Te aconsejo que preguntes siempre antes de comprar, aclara todas tus dudas y mira en la reputacion del vendedor el nombre que tiene registrado, copialo, ponlo en el buscador de Google con el nombre de la ciudad, dale click y mira si te aparece un numero telefonico, direccion, o algun dato de contacto. En caso de que no entonces mira en la informacion de la publicacion si hay algun logo o informacion en el texto, o en las fotos, generalmente alli hay nombres o numeros disimulados que usualmente pasan desapercibidos, copia esos nombres en el buscador de google y alguna informacion encontraras, abre solo las que no digan http://www.mercadolibre.comxxxxx, ya que esas obviamente por pertenecer al portal no contienen informacion de contacto. Busca las que dicen facebook, oxl o cualquiera que NO mencione en la direccion de abajo mercado libre. A veces se encuentra facil informacion, otras veces requiere un poquito mas de tiempo. Bueno, asi sin dar click en mercado libre, y teniendo la informacion de contacto que encontraste en google llamas al vendedor o le escribes y le preguntas por un articulo que viste en mercado libre , le dices que no diste click en comprar y que lo encontarste por el medio que usaste para buscarlo o por recomendacion de alguien, le dices que si te da un descuento y que tenga en cuenta que no ofertaste por mercado libre,y que al ahorrarse la comision de venta te puede rebajar, ademas porque la compra es directa sin pago de tramitadores, etc, en fin, he conseguido precios increibles asi.
    Pagar comision a mercado libre es un insulto, por eso es mejor tratar directamente con los vendedores, no con mercado libre, eso si ante todo el respeto al vendedor, tambien miren en la reputacion de el si es una persona correcta en sus ventas o no, si se arriesgan con uno dudoso pues recojan el producto personalmente y exijan factura legal por eso de garantias.
    -Otro truco es abrir cuentas falsas de Mercado libre, con nombres raros y cedulas de 4 numeros o de 15, o sea cosas que no existen ni existiran y que no afectaran a personas que no conocemos, asi pueden dar click en comprar lo que quieran y reciben la informacion de contacto del vendedor, no digan que ofertaron en mercado libre, digan que por recomendaciones personales obtuvieron la informacion y listo, el vendedor no se perjudicara porque calificara la compra como nula (neutra o negativa) no le cobraran comision ni perjudicaras su reputacion, y sin embargo el articulo sera vendido porque lo compraras, asi que el gana y tu ganas. eso si no digan que ustedes fueron los que dieron click en comprar. Tu no calificaras la compra porque esas cuentas falsas deben ser desechables, si tu no calificas no aparecera nada en el historial del vendedor, cuando te califiquen a ti 5 veces o mas negativamente te cancelaran esa cuenta ficticia, pero como es ficticia no importa, luego puedes abrir otra. Cuando compres asi al vendedor no le des tu numero de cedula, si te la exigen para garantia diles que sera para un regalo y que no sabes la cedula de la persona a la que haras el regalo, asi ellos no la ponen. es sencillo, facil, efectivo y sale mucho mas $$$ barato. y lo mejor es que no le daños ganancias a mercado libre.

    ATENCION SI ERES VENDEDOR:
    Abre cuentas falsas, y en las fotos informativas del producto que vendas camufla tu direccion de correo, o el nombre de tu local, o el lugar donde esta, o registrate con el nombre de facebook, hay que ponerle astucia a esto, como por ejemplo el vendedor de best price que el la foto ultima sale el mismo señalando un letrero donde esta el logo de su almacen y alli aparece un codigo de barras, ese codigo tiene unos numeros que corresponden a su numero de celular, genial, asi se hace, malicia e ingenio, asi lleva años alli y nunca le han cerrado una publicacion, vende buenos productos, es un señor muy correcto y lo que vende es perfecto, les mando el link para que vean el truco: http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.co/MCO-410311463-emblema-spiderman-3d-super-hero-hombre-arana-_JM , otra forma es vincular tu publicacion con facebook, twiter, o cualquier pagina solo con el nombre de usario y el logo de facebook o de la pagina que uses, es facil, hasta puedes usar una plantilla todas las veces que quieras publicar con esa informacion, como el nombre de usuario de mercadolibre que sea el mismo de facebook, etc, eso si que se ve en las publicaciones, asi te encontraran los compradores.
    Para que tu verdad y responsabilidad con el producto que vendas sea total y obvia, entonces debes ser claro y especifico en la informacion textual y grafica que alli pones, mientras mas claro seas mas credibilidad tendras, eso si por favor al cliente no lo engañes. Podras vender 3 articulos gratuitamente del valor que sean, pero solo 3. Si tienes muchos para vender abre tantas cuentas falsas como desees, por cada una debes tener una cuenta de correo diferente y un numero de contacto telefonico diferente, te puedes inventar el telefono y contactar al cliente por tu correo. Asi seras aun mas anonimo para los mariks hp´s de mercado libre. Nada mas rico que no darles ganancias a esa franquicia de ladrones.

    ¿Que mercado libre roba? si, y mucho, a mi me cobraba comisiones ficticias de cosas que nunca vendi, y tocaba pagar porque comunicarse con ellos es IMPOSIBLE, ellos responden lo que quieren, ellos son unos HP´s, pero lo genial es que en la misma ley de ellos hay grietas y esas mismas nos benefician a los que compramos si somos astutos y le ponemos malicia a las cosas.

    Mercado libre va de mal en peor, yo por mi parte no les doy comisiones ni les dare pauta para que ganen un centavo mas a costa mia , ni compro por su pagina para que ellos no cobren las comisiones a los vendedores, asi con mi granito de arena y los de cientos de personas mas que he preparado y lo que ellos le enseñen a los otros se crecera ese granito de arena mio a miles mas y perjudicaremos a mercado libre lo que es mi absoluto proposito.

    Animo!!!! que mercado libre no impida para nada lograr sus objetivos. Toda ley tiene una falla y si es corrupta esa ley con mas razon surgen grietas por donde los que no nos dejamos apabullar podemos pasar. 🙂

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