- Taking offers - One Word . Net 76k Ovt

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For the record, I made a private offer of $1,700 to the seller which he accepted in a PM:

" sold... 1,700 via buyer pays fees"

In my opinion, a seller's response is more binding as they have to validate any and all offers. Since the seller posts "Sold" after VirtualT's purchase at BIN, I assume they'd rather make $200 more than honor a seller/buyer handshake.

Good luck with future sales - I will abstain.
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