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This is particularly coming from a freelancer that never engages in feedback marketing -- offering cheap-priced works for a higher feedback. This is also a protection from some uneducated assessments of some clients towards how some works are being carried out. I became a victim of this "feedbacking" system. A client dropped a feedback sighting only their reason without even mentioning that I actually performed a double job and a 2-hour free service. Well, they did mention that its a quality work, in fairness to them. We can't erase feedbacks. But at least we should have a way to hide it if we wanted to.