Alright so back when I first joined this fourm there was some structure and etiquette when it came to selling. It used to be first come (pm) first serve. Now lately it just seems that someone will post something for sale for say for 350.00 "OBO" knowing it's above market price and then proceed to sit there for 24-48 hours and collect offers and say that seller gets 5 offers and the offers come in this order 1st 300.00 2nd 310.00 3rd 290.00 4th 335.00 and 5th 330.00 then 24 hours later after the offers quit rolling in seller then decides to take offer number 4 because it was the most money. Is this good/acceptable selling practices? Or is this frowned upon? I honestly have no idea that is why I'm asking because I've always for as long as I've been on here seen some thing get posted for sale and then someone reply saying something like "pm sent" then someone right after them say "if that falls thought im next in line". It just seems like it's always been a first come first serve system. And say offer 4 comes in 24 hours after offer 1. Shouldnt the seller atleast inform offer 1 they had a better offer and ask, can you match it. But to me at this point the seller already seems pretty grimy for his practices, so most likely I would feel like I'm just being manipulated in order for the seller to squeeze extra money out of me. I understand OBO means or best offer but if that is the case shouldnt everyone list everything as OBO and sit back and try to collect as much as possible ebay style? I would love some constructive feedback on this. Because I'm sure I've lost hundreds by being a strait up legit seller. Saying this is the price first one to pm me/post pmed on my thread and says they want it it's thiers once they post payment. Also should they're be an OBO section so we can go in there and place bids like ebay? That way you know strait up that's what's going on and not get hustled and jerked around by the OBO seller saying "someone offered me more can you match it" or "im waiting on the first guy to post payment" but in reality is waiting for more offers to take the highest one.