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TheFizzzzzz

Member Since 25 Feb 2010
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In Topic: 123Code's First Lowball Fest for the Ages **DONE STARTING INVOICES**

Yesterday, 04:25 PM

Oh! You're calling me a kid! And flaunting your loooong membership! Oh no! I'd better go hide under the covers! You're soooooooooooo scary! Run along gramps and play with your grandkids while you still have time, before that next heart attack gets you for good.


That’s cute.... thanks for reaffirming my decision to call you a kid. Childish responses flow from you.

In Topic: 123Code's First Lowball Fest for the Ages **DONE STARTING INVOICES**

Yesterday, 04:23 PM

Anyone here ever do a lowball aside from the OP? I like to start one down the line and I get the gist of how to go about it however the one thing I like to know if anyone knows is how does one determine the shipping costs to whoever it is being sent to. Also I say aside from OP cuz obviously he just did one but if he chimes in then great. I just need clarification on that one detail


Shipping is on the buyer and it is the most time consuming part calculating cost. It takes time unless you ship flat rate which isn’t always the best option. Typically after a lowball there will be several days between end time and invoices before shipping because of figuring up shipping.

In Topic: 123Code's First Lowball Fest for the Ages **DONE STARTING INVOICES**

Yesterday, 06:25 AM

Thanks for the awful advice. I'm sure everyone appreciates you salty punks not minding your own business. Having a specific end time is what makes these auctions and not free-for-alls. Can you imagine the shitshow if eBay auctions started having unspecific end times? Heads would roll.


You obviously aren’t very bright..... static end times mean people will not bid early. They will sit and wait and snipe. I’ve hosted several lowballs and you’ve been a member for NO TIME so your opinion and attitude are unwarranted. If he wants to have a more successful lowball next time he will not post a static end time as most always a successful lowball has a roundabout end time or rolling end. Salty? Seems like that’s you kid.

In Topic: 123Code's First Lowball Fest for the Ages **DONE STARTING INVOICES**

24 September 2018 - 05:31 PM

The definite end time is where the issues with sniping lie... gotta have a closing window and not a set time. I’ll close this sometime the evening of 9/23 after 10pm. Then pop on whenever and just say CLOSED.

In Topic: 123Code's First Lowball Fest for the Ages **DONE STARTING INVOICES**

23 September 2018 - 06:00 PM

Star Wars KOTOR $4