[QUOTE=unified112;2258590]I’m pretty sure most people who sell/buy things online appreciate a ballpark price of what the seller is looking to get as it gives everyone a starting point for negotiation…
One thing that surely DOESN’T generate interest is a seller with a bad attitude.
I most definitely was interested in making a transaction for the traction bar, but since you can’t seem to wrap your head around the idea of saying what you’re looking to get out of it (not to mention your sterling response and overall demeanor) my ‘interest’ is definitely non existent now.
If ‘plenty’ of other people have gotten a price from you in an email, why can’t you simply post that price up so people don’t have to go through the hassle of emailing you to get an answer to something that should have been in the original post?
You’ve sold plenty of shit on here? Wow… Have a cookie. Most of us (Deceptakhan included) have sold plenty of things as well, and don’t make people jump through hoops to get a damn price for something. This forum is meant as a means of communication, why make it more inconvenient by bringing email into the mix?
Using underlines and stuff is fun, I now see why you do it OP :)[/QUOTE]
you can sit here and dish it out but you cant take it… where’s the whambulance?
you think i would sell you something with your “sterling response and overall demeanor”? not at all
Offer’ threads blow…
beautiful overall demeanor might i mention! And a great way to get a seller’s attention might i add! stellar work!
and i’ve already explained why (which 1) i didn’t even really need to explain to anyone why my thread was an offer thread to begin with 2) i would’ve made the changes in the thread before i thought anyone replied to it this morning… to get more interest but your “sterling response” showed up. then i decided not to.
you may have noticed something maybe these few post are directed mainly at you two who cant
“wrap your head around the idea” of emailing someone?
lsjdmteg proved the opposite of you two that its not so hard to just ask. also others have followed instructions just fine.
I’m pretty sure most people who sell/buy things online appreciate a ballpark price of what the seller is looking to get as it gives everyone a starting point for negotiation
Im pretty sure most people who sell/buy things online appreciate a ballpark price of what the buyer is looking to pay for it as it gives everyone a starting point for negotiation
same thing? idk.
why make it more inconvenient by bringing email into the mix?
this is what it has come to? someone’s too lazy to email? or are we back in the stone age?