Regarding this thread - http://hotukdeals.com/item/401016/wanted-constiutional-and-administra/?p=5213335#post5213335
As Bob has said - "So that means i could agree with multiple individuals multiple deals and then pick and choose which deal is best for me. Surely that is against the rules?"
It is a simple issue of offer and acceptance - the person goes back on their word. They spin their way out of it and they are in the wrong (in contract law) and it is also poor form.
There was no reason stated they did not wish to sell apart from the fact they secured another deal. And they went back on their word after acceptance occured.
Why does it matter? If it affects future selling and buying and it is not a consistent application of the rules.
Even if this is not against the rules - what about the principle? The ethos of this site and going back on your word after it is clear offer and acceptance has occured , that is not good behaviour and should not be encouraged.
People in the future may make an offer (eg. £10), wait for acceptance (eg. okay, take to pm) and then say 'oh I don't agree now'.