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December 12, 2012, 01:28:25 AM
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As the topic says. It was a replacement sent by Intel via RMA, but I couldn't wait and ordered another and had it sent overnight. Make a reasonable offer.

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December 12, 2012, 01:39:01 AM
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Reasons why I don't like offering first

1) I offer too little. *no response, I recheck over and over waiting, still no response.
User never responds ever again, Ignore mode. I lose 30 mins of my time, from rechecking the status over and over, and user could of let me known, and save me my time. (Which I don't get, why not bargain with me, and offer a higher rate? Why is everyone so scared of doing this?)

2) I offer too much. *You jump at it immediately, I am like fuuuu Sad And out a bit.
3) I offer just right. *happens rarely.

This happens in real life a lot, Craigslist, etc, well at least to me.

Now since I made my point across  Smiley

You start with the first offer



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December 15, 2012, 05:10:19 AM
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Reasons why I don't like offering first

1) I offer too little. *no response, I recheck over and over waiting, still no response.
User never responds ever again, Ignore mode. I lose 30 mins of my time, from rechecking the status over and over, and user could of let me known, and save me my time. (Which I don't get, why not bargain with me, and offer a higher rate? Why is everyone so scared of doing this?)

2) I offer too much. *You jump at it immediately, I am like fuuuu Sad And out a bit.
3) I offer just right. *happens rarely.

This happens in real life a lot, Craigslist, etc, well at least to me.

Now since I made my point across  Smiley

You start with the first offer

I'd say $500 shipped, in whatever that value would happen to be in BTC on the day of the transaction.

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December 15, 2012, 05:13:46 AM
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Reasons why I don't like offering first

1) I offer too little. *no response, I recheck over and over waiting, still no response.
User never responds ever again, Ignore mode. I lose 30 mins of my time, from rechecking the status over and over, and user could of let me known, and save me my time. (Which I don't get, why not bargain with me, and offer a higher rate? Why is everyone so scared of doing this?)

2) I offer too much. *You jump at it immediately, I am like fuuuu Sad And out a bit.
3) I offer just right. *happens rarely.

This happens in real life a lot, Craigslist, etc, well at least to me.

Now since I made my point across  Smiley

You start with the first offer

That's why I always believe the seller should offer first.  It is his item, and he already has some idea of what he is looking for.  If you watch the pawn shop shows on TV they will never make the first offer.  They always make the seller offer first.  I've figured it's pretty much for the same reasons you listed. 

(Sorry, not meaning to hijack the thread with this, just a pet peeve of mine lol.  So consider this a free bump of your thread! Smiley   Plus, I never want to insult the seller by offering way too low.)

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December 31, 2012, 03:16:09 PM
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Offering this CPU on ebay now. $499 Buy It Now or make a bid. Several pictures, and a closeup of the seal still intact. Below is the URL for the auction.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=271130816234


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