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 Post subject: Possible button to report AFK sellers who are no longer
PostPosted: 25 Jun 2021, 14:51 
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Is there a way to put some type of button that I can select as a buyer to say a seller may be afk.

I have made 2 offers to 2 different sellers but no response at all, would be nice to be able to send you
an alert or maybe not due to newbies who can't wait???

Just a thought.
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 Post subject: Re: Possible button to report AFK sellers who are no longer
PostPosted: 28 Jun 2021, 02:21 
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rein-o wrote:
Is there a way to put some type of button that I can select as a buyer to say a seller may be afk.

I have made 2 offers to 2 different sellers but no response at all, would be nice to be able to send you
an alert or maybe not due to newbies who can't wait???


Not sure what AFK means.... but the sellers do not have to respond (either away or not interested but not willing to send a REJECT anyway).
eBay or Discogs work the same: all offers have expiring time and will go dead when this time elapses.

Counter-offers also do not force the buyers to respond, they just expire if untouched.

Offers can eventually be re-offered as-is from the seller but I don't see that happening often.

I do close shops of sellers who haven't visited the website for more than 6 months, there are the ones most likely to never come back again.

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 Post subject: Re: Possible button to report AFK sellers who are no longer
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Historically, since the best offers started in 2012:

  • Accepted = 68%
  • Expired = 18%
  • Rejected = 10%
  • Reversed = 3% (transaction ultimately cancelled)
  • Superseded = Next to 0% (another offer/buy made the offer obsolete)

So I'd say offers are nearly twice as likely to expire than to be rejected.

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