@Amy49...The app got its name from the thought of..."offering up things for sale that you no longer need"....just go ask Nick Huzar. It has no relation with a bidding process as you have posted.
I guess I am rodent with a lot of cheese.
@Ladi33 ...I completely agree with you. As I have previsouly stated, sellers need to be assertive and avoid being so desperate that they only see $$$$, which is why many of them fall for the scams.
Let's keep this discussion civil.
I agree with you @Ladi33! I know I get annoyed with low offers at first, but then I try to think about why they made the low offer, which usually gets rid of that annoyance and frustration. The "lowballer" could be someone who may be struggling financially, someone going through a rough time, someone young who is using all their allowance - the potential reasons are endless.
If you receive an offer that is excessively low, you can report the user or just tell them "no."
Instead of telling them off, please report and block these users in the future @Amy49. Keep in mind that profanity in messages can lead to account investigations.