QUOTE(doc_moore_j @ Jul 12 2007, 12:05 PM)
I was just thinking about this. Why was this guy taking offers anyways? Craigslist from what I understand is just like a classified ad, not an auction site. If he posted it for whatever price, whoever approched him should have got it for that price, unless I suppose a hundred people contacted him in a short time, then maybe. Thats odd.
That's what I was thinking. If this guy put it on Craig's list, then he has no idea of the value.
PLUS if I saw a SR on Craig's list, then I'd offer the guy $100 - not $800. If he doesn't know the value, then $100 seems like an awesome deal. There's no way he got a wave of offers.
I offered him $80 to start off with saying that i usually pay £1 per figure of here (England) that would give him $80 for them plus postage.
He replied saying he had had alot of e-mails about these, one person had offered him a large sum of money $300 and he said i think there is something i am missing. I said i would beat the offer. The next e-mail i got off him someone had told him he had a rare m.u.s.c.l.e figure in there and he said he would take the highest offer!!
After a couple of days he told me someone called craig had offered him $600 for them and that's when i gave him my final offer!
I would have gone higher than that but he didn't have paypal and i couldn't risk anymore than that as i wouldn't have been covered if he ran off with my money
Edited by Bellatrix101, 12 July 2007 - 09:45 AM.