Julia Gillard the Honest Posted February 1, 2014 Share Posted February 1, 2014 Regarding the common complaint from both the dedicated unusual traders and the sharks/scammers/fences about the unusual list ruining their sales, they usually argue along the lines of, "I had a hat listed for eight buds but it has never been updated here and someone was going to pay that but then saw that you call it three earbuds so he withdrew!" Okay, that sounds like a potentially valid argument. I've had similar cases where someone has quoted a suggested value (particularly with the Noh Mercy). However, in every single case, it has been someone who has a backpack that's worth about ten keys at the most. (I suspect that withdrawn "offers" at eight earbuds would be similar but with one of those kids who promise to get the payments after being coaxed. It wouldn't have happened anyway.) My question is simple: Has that common argument ever been validated? Has there ever actually been a case where someone was legitimately going to pay a certain amount but withdrew because of backpack.tf? In particular, has this ever happened with a substantial amount? I don't mean the common hats like a Bubbling, common hat that may have just dropped here and led to a kid lowering his offer by a few keys. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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