I understand cv is card value. I'm assuming that means what u will get if you sell it outright to LOC? Is this correct? Also...if someone is selling something & posts the cv, but wants pp...how would I know what is reasonable to offer without overpaying, or being called a lowballer?
CV is something they have started recently it seems to me. Never saw it before, but thats irrelivant.
Anyways the Card Value is what cards trade for other cards. If a card has say this 1100 card value, the seller wants 1100 in cards. so 2 cards worth 600+500 or whatever.
When they post value of card, and say pure is cheaper, it is, but you can never make a right offer, that person will guarenteed say no, unless your at like 90% of what they say the card is worth.
I always ask how much, cause i pay in pure a lot. If they say offer, i say good luck and move on. Im not gonna overpay for that card if they wont tell me what they want, and negotiate with me.
Also another thing for card value, your cards will "Always" be worth less to them, and their card will be worth more. People dont know how to negotiate, they want you to overpay, or they will hold onto their card. And thats fine, id rather buy from someone who will negotiate or tell me a price.
Id rather pay for ex. 600 for a card thats worth 700 in this CV to someone who says the price, than make an offer of 600 for the same card to someone who says make an offer.
@Cadillac, I agree with sellers saying make an offer. I make an offer and they say no, I offer a few more times with the same result. Tell me what you want or are looking for, if I can do it, fine. If not well we move on. Stop wasting each others time.
Axelaspeed wrote: @Cadillac, I agree with sellers saying make an offer. I make an offer and they say no, I offer a few more times with the same result. Tell me what you want or are looking for, if I can do it, fine. If not well we move on. Stop wasting each others time.
Exactly. I always list prices, except if for some miracle i get a brand new card and there is no real price. But other then that i always put a price, people make offers i give them a reason why i dont want it, or i see what else they have an make a counter.
There is a problem with sellers giving prices. People will 100% continously lowball that price no matter how low it went.
Examples: 1) I am listing my Baha at 260 here, a certain member was buying for 250 and fine I'll do with his price, only for him to wait for a day, refuse the offer then change his offer to 220 without even negotiating.
2) Listed my Duke at 300 (market price at the moment), people want 280. Changes to 285 (15 lower than market price) then people want 200. Not one offer do the fair trade until a high level came in and didn't believe no one is buying for the cheap price and scoped it himself.
I have no problems to list prices if people would be willing to do fair trades.
Astery86 wrote: There is a problem with sellers giving prices. People will 100% continously lowball that price no matter how low it went.
at least people try with that. if people dont list a price, then you have a choice of either saying a price, and getting called a retarded scammer, or you can try to avoid that and end up overpaying by 20%. and that is what sellers try to do. if sellers would list a price, then buyers know what to expect. sellers will always try to talk you up. buyers will talk you down. thats how it works. not listing a price, not negotiating at all..? its a miracle people can ever sell cards like that. you have no idea how many times ive been told a simple "no", how many times i didnt get a reply at all. if the person wouldve simply said "looking for this card or that card or ### mix" guess what? i couldve afforded it most of the time. but because the seller is so useless, we both lose out. ive paid 1200 for a reg prilla. i WILL overpay if its a card i want. but to do that, i need a reply. and when sellers dont, theyre just useless.