As a new buyer and seller I feel blessed to have found your post before my first sale or purchase. I sincerely appreciate this and the last, these seem like obvious guidelines but in reality are situations that have fine lines and can easily get crossed . Prior to reading this I hate to admit it, but I most likely could have been "bullied" in some way or the other . I have a habit of giving the benefit of the doubt and seeing this just at face value instead of doing a little research or just sticking with my gut feeling. If it's kinda sketchy or stressful in anyway it could be one of those situations easily avoided. We're supposed to have fun but still cautious . Im a bit nervous bout it's a good thing. Thanx again!! AmiraRoses
Dealing with lowballers, I raise my price the same percentage they drop it. If they make a 50% offer, I make my price 150% of the asking price. If they want to negotiate and insult me with the low-ball offer, there is no rule that says you have to lower your price in the counter offer. So I send and equally insulting counter-offer that raises the price and let them deal with it. They usually respond with quote "but your price was originally this."