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(02-14-2012 04:13 PM)myjagr1 Wrote: Realitively new trader here... I was asked to send cards first one time and had no problems with that. If I had several trades under my belt and some one with more trades wants me to send first I would still be ok with it. Now if someone with no trade under their belt askes me to send first I might have a problem. Also a red flag would go up if someone was to have a fit over sending first.
(02-14-2012 04:11 PM)matthew fechter Wrote: Why do some members on here act like children? And no, I'm not talking about the new trader talked about in this post. You said he was a new trader, so apparently he doesn't know how things usually go on this site. So after you get everything straightened out you're going to put him on blast in a thread and offer his name up to other members so that he will have a harder time making trades? Is that seriously how people on here work? You're getting your card first like you wanted, quit crying about it and realize that the trade is working out how you wanted it. It shouldn't matter that there was a little problem deciding who would send first. Grow up man.
(02-14-2012 04:11 PM)chads-cards Wrote: I think all not agreeing to send first says is that you have intentions of beating someone...its a red flag IMO. And if your not willing to send first as a brand new member then I wouldnt trade with you. With society today you have to earn your stripes.
(02-14-2012 04:24 PM)fishtaco02 Wrote: Surprise surprise, another new trader who has no sense. Am I crying about it, no, just stating the facts. Maybe when you complete your FIRST trade you'll understand, or when you actually have some cards to trade. Notice how everyone is feels pretty much same way. If this happened to someone else, I would love for them to give me the heads up. I even posted how im sure i'll get my cards and the trade part will go well. All new traders like urself should read the posts about how things work around here, go someone else with your nonsense.
Feel the same way man, how does this make sense:
Hey Im new and you been here awhile, but you need to send first and trust that even though i'm new and have so crediabilty that i wont screw you over.
(02-14-2012 04:29 PM)thelegendjerryrice Wrote: BUT....... I am slightly going to have to agree with Matt a LITTLE. Blasting the newbie even though you have NOT mentioned his name. Offering it up to others through PM is a bit much.....
(02-14-2012 04:41 PM)matthew fechter Wrote: I do have a trade on here, 2 actually. But they were made when the trade function wasn't working. That's why I don't have any trades showing. I sent first in both of my trades and had no problem with it. I know that's how it works, I've read enough posts to know that. I can even direct you to the members I traded with if you would like so they can tell you the same thing. I had a problem with how you were going about this whole thing. This isn't high school, but a lot of posts I read on this site make me feel like I'm back there. If you would have just made a post titled " Members new to trading need to read this" and then went on to say that most veteran members on here will expect to receive cards first and all the other little rules, I wouldn't have had a problem with that. But you decided that you're going to not only go on a tirade about a new trader, but offer up his name to others. All of this after you decided to follow through on your trade with him. So obviously he wasn't that bad to deal with, otherwise you wouldn't have went through with the trade. So why handicap him in the members he can trade with because you had a small problem with the trade at the begining?
(02-14-2012 03:51 PM)fishtaco02 Wrote: 4. As a new trader, don't be offended or surprised if some of the experienced traders ask you to send first. This is how you will build your Beckett feedback 'credentials'