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9-26-2010 @ 8:32AM
The only time the undercutters really bother me is when they go so low, they're actually making less than they would've vendoring the stuff. This isn't the sort of economy where there's any benefit to taking a loss. We're not separate stores; we can't be driven out of business, nor can we develop brand loyalty. Anything you're doing today will be irrelevant in a day or two, so why hurt yourself?
9-26-2010 @ 8:33AM
So buy it and sell it to the vendor maybe?
9-26-2010 @ 8:38AM
Saronite, particularly. It makes me weep. D:
9-26-2010 @ 9:04AM
Either enjoy the fact you're getting some ridiculously cheap to use or buy it all up and sell it at a higher price when the market for allows it.Never look a gifted horse in the mouth.
9-26-2010 @ 9:19AM
exactly, i had about 30 stacks of netherweave from doing skyguard grind, i actually made more gold by making bandages and selling them than i would have from ah(if they even sold).
9-26-2010 @ 11:07AM
If you buy it and vendor it, you've made money, so don't complain. If you are trying to sell it, sell it like normal. Buy as much of their stuff as you can and what's left will be your stuff. It's also a fairly cheap supply so fill your banks. If it's more than you can afford, well you are making money by buying then vendoring so keep that up until theirs is gone. Either way, they are out of the market for you to sell at normal price. Heck, I use addons just to buy/bid on -anything- under vendor because it's at least a little profit. I can tell on my realm that others do too. Don't feel bad for their foolishness (and certainly don't try to compete with it), profit from it!
9-27-2010 @ 9:15AM
I agree with this for one big reason. They do this to force other sellers out of a market of course. Problem is that this being a game and all it seems rather similar to camping a mob and saying you can't play this part of the game it's for me.
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