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Is Heatware still popular/reputable?

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Mar 22, 2004
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Is Heatware still popular/reputable?

Do people still use Heatware any more? Is it still reputable? I know people can give fake feedback so thats not very good.

I used Heatware when I was younger back in 2006 many times, but then I totally forgot about it and just recently got back into it, but then I realized I never saw anyone on RFD anymore advertising about their Heatware feedback.

Is it useless now? Should I just deactivate my account? Or is there still some use?
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Has Heatware gone down the Homestars path? Or similar to many other review sites that are bombarded by great reviews to "up" the sellers status?
Perhaps the credibility has been compromised?
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Hmm I was thinking the same thing, its popularity and lack of updating and enforcing seems to have it now useless. No regular person I talk to knows what HeatWare is when I tell them, so I'm thinking of just stop using it.

Is there a way to deactivate and delete your account?
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ji2o0k wrote:
Apr 1st, 2013 10:24 am
Once RFD implemented their own feedback system, I haven't used Heatware since...

As I mainly deal on RFD only, no need for any other feedback system....
Same. Prior to this, I used Heatware for the Memberworks gift cards - buying and selling gift cards was always a bit sketchy.
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radeonboy wrote:
Apr 1st, 2013 11:56 am
Is there a way to deactivate and delete your account?
If it really bothers you that you can remove it from your signature
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