Description: Unidentifiable specimen of Buyer going by the username of [REDATCED]. Our observations indicate that it would most likely be a specimen of Homo sapiens. Gender and age are unknown due to the lack of profile pictures and of any historic data.
*Note: Despite being part of an apparent intelligent species, Buyer Doe seems unable to communicate or read. It’s inability to communicate with “Seller A” before ordering, like mention in both the gig and the requirements, seems to support this hypothesis.
Question: Is Buyer Doe a bad buyer, an inexperienced buyer or a good buyer using camouflage?
Buyer Doe’s account as been created on [REDACTED] and has never ordered before. Those
2 [two] observations could support the hypothesis that Buyer Doe is a new buyer who is not adapted to his environnement yet. This doesn’t explain why Buyer Doe can’t seem to read.
The previously made observations could also indicate that the account is fake. An attempted predatorial act against Seller A could be a plausible explanation. This would indicate that Buyer Doe can read and purposely avoid Seller A’s defense mechanism.
Buyer Doe is a good buyer that camouflage as a bad buyer. This would lead to question the intelligence of Buyer Doe as this is a very ineffective way to get results. Further testing is required to validate or invalidate this hypothesis.
A.1 Seller A will wait 2 days after which she will send a friendly reminder to Buyer Doe to test its mental and cognitive reflexes. The desired result is that Buyer Doe provides its requirements.
A.2 If experiment A.1 is unsuccessful, Seller A will use positive reinforcement techniques like describe in [REDACTED]. The desired result is to trigger a feeding response from Buyer Doe, so it communicate its needs to Seller A.
A.3 Seller A will ignore Buyer Doe for a [to be determined] period of time. The desired result is to give Buyer Doe time to display signs of brain activity.
B.1 If all previous attempts at communication failed, protocol DAP [Disinfection Action Plan] is to be triggered and the specimen named Buyer Doe shall be removed from the facility or terminated.
Conclusion: N/A, further testing necessary.