About to dump a bunch of Compaq SCSI disk caddies (and disks)
teoz at neo.rr.com
Wed Jul 8 13:26:23 CDT 2020
If the auction had the option for best offer and the seller took an offer
the listing will show it sold at the listed price and not the actual price.
From: Jon Elson via cctalk
Sent: Wednesday, July 08, 2020 2:07 PM
To: John-Paul Stewart ; General at ezwind.net ; Discussion at ezwind.net:On-Topic
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Subject: Re: About to dump a bunch of Compaq SCSI disk caddies (and disks)
On 07/07/2020 09:10 PM, John-Paul Stewart via cctalk wrote:
> That is true if things are actually selling. But from what I've seen
> (and why I agree with the earlier comment about ebay often being
> overpriced) is that sellers list stuff at overly inflated prices and
> then let it sit there unsold.
Yes, to know the truth, you have to use advanced search, and
select SOLD items only.
Then, you can see what items actually sold for what value.
LOTS of items have red prices, meaning they did NOT sell,
but closed without bids or closed below the reserve price.
A green price means it did sell at that price.
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