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PostSubject: A question about Auctions   A question about Auctions Icon_minitimeWed Jun 10, 2009 12:21 pm

Since I've never entered an Auction before, I wanted to ask a question about it. When entering an Auction, I need to find out the value of the item that is being offered and offer an item of equal value as well, correct? I think so, because that's the fair way to do it. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't want to offer an exclusive on an item that is at 10,000 KC because the values are not even there.

Oh, also if I have to, can I offer more than one item on an Auction?
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PostSubject: Re: A question about Auctions   A question about Auctions Icon_minitimeWed Jun 10, 2009 4:49 pm

Polarity wrote:
Since I've never entered an Auction before, I wanted to ask a question about it. When entering an Auction, I need to find out the value of the item that is being offered and offer an item of equal value as well, correct? I think so, because that's the fair way to do it. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't want to offer an exclusive on an item that is at 10,000 KC because the values are not even there.

Oh, also if I have to, can I offer more than one item on an Auction?

1. Not always. Usually on auctions, the items are more-wanted/valuable. Many people often bid higher than the actual value of the item.

2. You can offer as many items as you want for an item. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: A question about Auctions   A question about Auctions Icon_minitimeThu Jun 11, 2009 12:04 pm

Andrew wrote:
Polarity wrote:
Since I've never entered an Auction before, I wanted to ask a question about it. When entering an Auction, I need to find out the value of the item that is being offered and offer an item of equal value as well, correct? I think so, because that's the fair way to do it. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't want to offer an exclusive on an item that is at 10,000 KC because the values are not even there.

Oh, also if I have to, can I offer more than one item on an Auction?

1. Not always. Usually on auctions, the items are more-wanted/valuable. Many people often bid higher than the actual value of the item.

2. You can offer as many items as you want for an item. Smile

Ah, thanks! That makes more sense than what I said, actually. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: A question about Auctions   A question about Auctions Icon_minitimeThu Jun 11, 2009 4:47 pm

Polarity wrote:
Andrew wrote:
Polarity wrote:
Since I've never entered an Auction before, I wanted to ask a question about it. When entering an Auction, I need to find out the value of the item that is being offered and offer an item of equal value as well, correct? I think so, because that's the fair way to do it. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I don't want to offer an exclusive on an item that is at 10,000 KC because the values are not even there.

Oh, also if I have to, can I offer more than one item on an Auction?

1. Not always. Usually on auctions, the items are more-wanted/valuable. Many people often bid higher than the actual value of the item.

2. You can offer as many items as you want for an item. Smile

Ah, thanks! That makes more sense than what I said, actually. Smile


Anytime. Wink


I'm going to close this now Smile
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