"Best Offer Rejected"

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"Best Offer Rejected"

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I offered £20 posted, on an Evilbay part priced at £21 posted - and it was rejected! :roll:

What was the point of saying "Or best offer" on the advert?

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Re: "Best Offer Rejected"

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I hate it when sellers do that. I'm sure there will be some stupid reason for why they put that on there but it's so annoying

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Post the link.....we can all send him "Offers" of £19 .....that will "educate" him, after all.....you still have to confirm the sale, so no loss to us.

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Post by addo »

Item 170848730470.

I guess someone could ask what his best price for immediate payment is...

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Re: "Best Offer Rejected"

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The BIN price is showing as £17.50

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Post by addo »

Yes, and further £3.50 to post over Chris's way. So I offered £20 with post, instant settlement. No dice. #-o

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Post by evilally »

Indeed, and sometimes you get a rant in the comments box. Don't use best offer, or make a counter offer if you don't like it :roll:

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Re: "Best Offer Rejected"

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he rejected my offer of £10.00...:)

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Post by addo »

LOL, I wonder if he's worked out the correlation? :rofl2: If you'd got it for ten I'd have paid you out, plus ten to Jim's Swimathon.

It was only something I was halfway interested in, and £20 seemed a sane point to stop...

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Re: "Best Offer Rejected"

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maybe they thought you wanted it sent to OZ all in the reduced price :yikes: :wiggle: :-D :wink: