hippieguy1954 wrote:I've delt with a lot of people for different things over the years buying as well as selling and I know for a fact that if your dealing with an honest person, they will quote/give you a price they are asking. When you are selling something, it is not an auction, unless it is stated it is and understood by all parties. Anyone who says "shoot me a price" is trying to create a sort of pseudo auction between you and him/her. It's a sleezy tactic. When you find yourself in this situation and you know what a fair price would be, just lower it by half and see what they say. Usually they will then voice a fair price very close to what you feel is a fair price.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:A lot of forums will call that a "Feeler".
Pete B. wrote:I hate it when a "For Sale" ad does not include a contact phone-number.
RiverRat wrote:If you want my thoughts, shoot me an offer. I'll gladly give them to you if the price is right.
easytoslip wrote:I'm pretty sure I've never considered something that doesn't list an asking price. Could be different if it were something hard to find/rare, but I'm a shop-around kind of buyer and put a lot of thought into what I want. If there's no price listed, I find a place that has a price listed and go with that. It's like doing crossword puzzles: It's sometimes easier to get the right answers if you put ANYTHING in some squares, so you can see what's not right first.
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