I'm getting so aggervated with noob resellers. They think once they get a few mil in their pockets they can afford the moon and back. I'm trying to sell an item that's worth between 8-10mil and I've gotten at least three offers of 3mil and one offer of 2.5mil and a super HTS item worth 1-2mil. Like seriously? Is it that hard to check the TP/auctions for a decent price? I don't mind negotiating with someone to make me a profit while giving them a chance to make something but I'm not and never will sell an item worth that much for more than 50% off.
Anyone else have these same issues, if so, how do you handle them? I try to negotiate with the person but they get aggervated and say I'm "asking too much" or just refuse to answer at all.
or say that you aren't going reseller.
or if you want decent offers, say that the OTB is currently 6m in ETS or something.
My otb is actually 7.5mil right now, which I'm stating but apparently no one's reading that part and think that I'm willing to go under it lol.
Is the item ETS? If not, sell it for 7.5m.
I'd say it's pretty ets. It's a PB and a pretty popular colour at that.
Just be patient. You'll get what it's worth.
Or auction it.
Thanks for the tips I seem to have someone interested now for 8mil.
Yeah I just stick things in the trading post and wait for offers to come my way.
Oftentimes I will just say I have an otb that is slightly more than the halfway mark that I am looking for. Easier to weed out serious buyers from people who are just trying to rip you off.
I'm always getting junk/noob offers too! Resellers are really anoying me, but that's how they are making their nps.
Wait and sell for the right price. If you are sure that the pb won't deflate very much in some days/weeks.
Try having kids completely ignoring the VERY CLEAR instructions and prices on my threads, and getting offered 5$ for a pin crack, 25m for a seasonal attack pea, and getting offers of 50$ for accounts with approximately 500m-5.3bil. It happens to the best of us, just don't get impatient and keep your cool. Everybody starts somewhere.