No! If the seller said they would post quickly, or you asked them to post quickly (and they said they could), then maybe negging, or at least complaining, makes sense. But I'm pretty sure Ebay T+C means they need to post within 7 days - so this is fine.
Please don't neg sellers casually, it really makes it hard for them to trade.
No, you shouldn't. People have lives, stuff happens. I've sometimes not sent things out as soon as I'd like because I've had to take dc to the Dr's or something, though admittedly I do always email buyers to keep them updated.
It's less than a week, she wouldn't have been able to send it until Thursday anyway. Most mail order companies take at least that long.
Did you pay for first or 2nd class postage? I state in my listings that I send by 2nd class which can take a few days, to keep buyers costs down. I say if they want it quicker to let me know and I will invoice for 1st class. If someone negged me over something like this I would be very angry as its just not a negging thing imo.
You should have emailed the seller on Tuesday to ask if it had been sent. IMO its really bad form to neg someone without giving them a chance for explanation.
The sellers can't leave you bad feedback BUT they can report you to ebay for leaving neg feedback for no good reason. I think you only need a two or three instances and you are thrown off ebay for good. So think carefully before negging someone.
no this is where it gets silly neg someone for recieved item that has arrived within the week
if you got it and your happy with it a positive is surely deserved
you get 7 days to post an item and delays in postage at royal mail etc should not be held against seller i have had items posted on time but royal mail ahs delayed i think timing sounds reasonable in all honesty