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What is the point in listing an item with 'Best Offer' If you wont accept an offer?!

(4 Posts)
sarahtigh Sat 02-Feb-13 20:43:35

best offer should mean at least 10% less I think; but have had really cheeky offers like £5 when BIN is £30

So now I set it up generally to reject offers less than 75/80% of asking price and to auto accept if at least 90% and then I consider those between the two

Floralnomad Sat 02-Feb-13 14:00:56

I always wonder that , we wanted an item that was £16.50 or best offer , we offered £15.00 ( as a nice round number) and they came back to us and said they'd take £16.25 , pathetic! Needless to say we bought elsewhere .

lljkk Sat 02-Feb-13 13:58:15

Maybe he's not the sort of seller you want to deal with, anyway.

DuckMeInTheGrass Sat 02-Feb-13 11:20:09

This is a $240 (USA) item I'm talking about here.

made a starting offer of 15% reduction ...

he relies I can reduce by $1 , but thats all?!

What is the point?!

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