Black list of developers who take freelance orders with ulterior motive of denying others developers of the jobs

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optionshk
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optionshk  

I find a few of developers are asking for jobs just to ensure other people don't get jobs.

After getting jobs they don't bother to reply or submit any specifications.

I think such developers should be blacklisted.

Also there is no procedure written in the rules on how to get back the refund.

Moderator, please advise on how to get the refund when the job has not progressed at all and after acceptance no attempt has been made by the coder to submit prototype or respond to queries. 

Keith Watford
Moderator
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Keith Watford  
optionshk:

I find a few of developers are asking for jobs just to ensure other people don't get jobs.

After getting jobs they don't bother to reply or submit any specifications.

I think such developers should be blacklisted.

Also there is no procedure written in the rules on how to get back the refund.

Moderator, please advise on how to get the refund when the job has not progressed at all and after acceptance no attempt has been made by the coder to submit prototype or respond to queries. 

It is not up to the developer to submit any specifications, it is you who does that.
Alain Verleyen
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Alain Verleyen  
optionshk:

I find a few of developers are asking for jobs just to ensure other people don't get jobs.

After getting jobs they don't bother to reply or submit any specifications.

I think such developers should be blacklisted.

Of course not, you have no idea why someone is not answering. Report it to ServiceDesk if you want (or arbitration, see above).

 

Also there is no procedure written in the rules on how to get back the refund.

Moderator, please advise on how to get the refund when the job has not progressed at all and after acceptance no attempt has been made by the coder to submit prototype or respond to queries. 

If the job is in progress (agreement has been found and accepted "Negotiation of requirements" step), they we can ask for arbitrage. Click the link and wait moderator answer.

 

Otherwise just forget it and select an other programmer. 

optionshk
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optionshk  
Keith Watford:
It is not up to the developer to submit any specifications, it is you who does that.
Sorry I meant the developer is not submitting prototype. Specifications already submitted by the buyer.
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