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(05-16-2012 10:01 AM)philly eagle in az Wrote: Its his card, why can't he do what he wants?
(05-16-2012 11:22 AM)chads-cards Wrote: Yeah theres a colbert I want but they are asking $100...theve sent it to auction before with a starting price of $50 and it got no bids...so wy not lower the price?
(05-16-2012 11:28 AM)stefanjwhite Wrote: You gotta let him sit on it my man. Most of us run into this sort of problem w/ a seller just asking too much. But the way I see it is that there are plenty of other cards out there for my collection and plenty of good, fair sellers that will sell. As much as I love cards money>cards everytime. So spend your money elsewhere. If he gets someone to overpay at least it doesn't have to be you.
(05-16-2012 11:25 AM)superynaldo Wrote: Because they love to see us squirm...
(05-16-2012 09:04 AM)sensei322 Wrote: Wendy taught me not to advertise when I'm going for a particular card or set, but unfortunately when we super collect a player, word gets out and prices go up.
In 09 I was collecting Jason Smith (remember? Lol) well, I was going for his SP Rookie Threads nameplate. I put it in my signature on this forum and updated it with the letters I still needed. I was buying each card for 4-5 bucks! By the time I got to my last two letters, they were all BIN 35-60 bucks. One seller even responded to my PM saying "I think it's worth the price if you really want to finish your set."
People are greedy scum. Lol
(05-16-2012 11:37 AM)chibearsboy Wrote: yea...i dont even like to post my sets anymore because of the greedy pigs with the cards i need..
i need a dark alley and 3 minutes with any one of them...
like finding a pack searcher in wally world.......
a dream come true to pull the prick in the parking lot and teach him some manners....it would be for the kids of course.