I am amazed that there is a rule against low ball offers. I am also surprised there is so many people that get so upset at them. What exactly defines a low ball offer? Some percentage of the sellers price, or how high the sellers blood pressure goes? Instead of getting so upset when you get a low ball offer why not just ignore it, say no, or make a counter offer?
Amy49 exactly how does a low ball offer, or any offer "dictate" your price? And seriously, how does a low ball offer make someone a "THIEF"? Lifes too short people. Don't get upset just hit delete.
I am going to go find someplace to hide now
"Low balling" is a subjective term, and I had to do a double-take when it first appeared as one of the options in the reporting tab. BTW, it's not a rule, but the seller has the option of reporting someone for it.
An item is only worth what someone is willing to pay and varies from from one place to another. No one cares what the seller originally paid for the item, nor does anyone care what the retail price was either. In the end, this is a just a virtual garage sale.