Tonic&Gin wrote:Were you willing to pay at the "inflated" price? As a rule of thumb i never bid more then i would be willing to pay and always expect to pay the highest possible.
So I would have been OK with paying my maximum bid if this were a genuine auction - me and one or two other bidders duking it out. Instead, a single bidder with almost no feedback put in multiple bids in the last few minutes (limiting my ability to withdraw my high bid in time when I realized what was happening) then withdrew their highest bid (which beat mine) as "entered wrong amount" (even though it was only 3 buck more than their prior highest bid) leaving me stuck as highest bidder at a price $40 above what it had been before that bidder entered the fray. Oh yeah, and ALL their bid activity has been with the same seller. I just dont see that as kosher. If someone wants a mimimum sale price, they should put in a reserve or so B-I-N. Oh, but wait, that costs more to list.
Also as a seller can you see what people have as their highest bid?
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