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(11-04-2011 04:12 PM)86champs Wrote: It's probably because there really isn't a lot of people that keep their "trade for" listed as 1 in their org. Until they get matchmaker up and running their really isn't a reason for people to maintain that part of the org. Just my thoughts though.
(11-04-2011 05:23 PM)ktcardshop Wrote: The problem is that they say they have a certain card and when you go to look for it it isn't there. As a matter of fact there aren't any cards.
(11-04-2011 05:35 PM)hurdygurdyman Wrote: I know what you mean, man. I've also ran into the issue of when i go to look at their org some window pops up about buying all the subscriptions. But, it only shows up when someone has 12,000+ items in their org. Very strange
(11-05-2011 08:26 AM)ktcardshop Wrote: I think that this has something to do with the people who did not subscribe to the Org or the Price Guide. Beckett must have gone in at their request and zeroed out the # For Trade:, In their wisdom they neglected to change the search criteria from Trade Away in All Items to # For Trade:. This is why you find them when doing a search and there is nothing there when you try to bring up their collections.
Try this, go to 1994 Topps, The base set and click on #1 Mike Piazza, This will bring up the page for this card. Scroll down to C2C Trade and click on Wants, and then click on the first listing in the wants column (Click on the name, not on the green arrow) and you will see that he has # for Trade: 0. This even though he has thousands of cards in his # of Haves. Also note that 4 out of five traders listed on this page have # for Trade: 0.