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#1
If someone is listing multiple items, then they are allowed to put any amount as the asking price as the Opening post does not allow mulitiple prices.

There is no other way to do it properly.
#2
Just use the report button.
1 Like #3
In the price box, enter 0, then put the actual asking prices next to the items?

*Price (£): (enter 0 if this does not have a price)


Edit:

This will mean the Asking price box isn't put in the post, so no misleading prices
#4
thesaint
If someone is listing multiple items, then they are allowed to put any amount as the asking price as the Opening post does not allow mulitiple prices.

There is no other way to do it properly.


"or the cheapest one if selling a batch of stuff" - if you read my description carefully. As i said if the member is selling alot of multiple stuff in the one FS/FT thread then list the cheapest item for sale in the thread as the asking price
#5
ttsese
"or the cheapest one if selling a batch of stuff" - if you read my description carefully. As i said if the member is selling alot of multiple stuff in the one FS/FT thread then list the cheapest item for sale in the thread as the asking price


Can you provide a link?
#7
thesaint
Can you provide a link?




You have provided a link to one of your own threads. :?
#8
thesaint
You have provided a link to one of your own threads. :?


i didn't understand what link you was asking for:thinking:
#9
ttsese
i didn't understand what link you was asking for:thinking:


I was wanting a link to where the practice you disapprove of has happened.

The rules state:

(6) You must specify an asking price in your listing. Every item you list should have a legitimate asking price.


If this has happened then I don't see a problem.
#11
The 1st thread has asking prices, the fact that it has a nominal value of 1p is neither here nor there in my opinion.

The 2nd thread was originally for trades, he/she has since decided to sell, so needs to state prices, also the thread has been bumped too many times.
#12
thesaint
The 1st thread has asking prices, the fact that it has a nominal value of 1p is neither here nor there in my opinion.

The 2nd thread was originally for trades, he/she has since decided to sell, so needs to state prices, also the thread has been bumped too many times.


Exactly. It's not like they're saying in the thread title "PS3 for 1p" then asking £400. To see the asking price you have to actually click on the thread so as long as there are separate asking prices or relevant info and it's clearly stated somewhere, I see no problem.
#13
andrew_stoned;2541769
In the price box, enter 0, then put the actual asking prices next to the items?



Edit:

This will mean the Asking price box isn't put in the post, so no misleading prices

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