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(03-19-2012 10:18 AM)wavytiger1975 Wrote: but bid what you honestly want to pay and nothing more.
(03-19-2012 12:35 PM)diablo71 Wrote: Shilling sucks, but it is the nature of the beast. I know this has been said before but either snipe it or expect to get shilled. As for taking action, dont do it. I know it is the principle of the thing but life is to short, and the ramifications are way more extreme than your mild satisfaction of confronting him. I agree it sucks but....
Speaking of shilling anyone see the contenders newton 1/1 sell for 3250 only to be relisted, sell for 3800 then relisted again and sell for 3400??? now that was quite interesting??
(03-19-2012 12:39 PM)Num1Monroefan Wrote: There could be 2 different ways to look at this. Either the seller made 2 new accounts and bid the auction up or had someone bid it up. Or the other way is sometimes new bidders like to f around and bid on whatever just to be jackwagons and they bid on his auction and obviously never paid. I did notice when he actually sold it, he used BIN so my opinion was he didn't shill it
(03-19-2012 12:14 PM)jessemerson Wrote: What's his feedback like? He probably isn't going to compromise a good rating by kicking down your door...