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9-23-2010 @ 7:06AM
When I post auctions, I search the current auctions, check the price differences, the amount of stacks currently posted, consider the demand, the time of the day and more. With other words, I put a lot of thoughts into how I undercut other sellers and try to uphold a healthy economy.So this guy has undercut drastically and I avoid undercutting further because that's just idiotic. You either buyout his wares and re-sell them at the intended price or just let it sell out on its own, knowing your items will be next in the line. Now this add-on comes into play and puts 20-30 new items at an even lower price because the auctioneer didn't actually scan the auction house himself but just "automated the process" to "save time" "playing a game".I'm sorry, but if the auction house doesn't interest you, don't try to make shortcuts by making some robot do your auctioning for you. You're ruining it for the rest of us.
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