I know this is going to come across as snippy but I don't mean it to. I think that when someone buys an item (from the aution site that shall not be named) at a buy it now price, they know what they are buying and they know how much they are paying for it, so how can you be ripped off?
you look at the item and think either "I'm not paying that" or "I think that's a fair price" then they buy it or not.
If you were to ask this question before you bought it, then maybe peeps could have given you thier opinions (provided it wasn't seen as price driving).
now on another note, welcome and have fun here, honestly they are a helpful and friendly lot here (well except for me of course lol)
I would tread carefully here; this could be stomped on for a number of reasons, namely:-
1. Off-site linking is a bit of a no-no, especially to a certain site that shall not be named...
2. Asking about valuations is very offside and against site rules.
3. This could, at a pinch, be construed as price driving.....
JuvUK is spot on with his call on this post.
Now, I am sure that you didn't mean to bend the rules and wind up the Moderators, so could you be a fine upstanding member and edit the post before one of my less well-mannered colleagues does it for you?
Edit: Sod it, I am snipping the link above.........
:mrgreen: lols, sorry guvnor. i have been given an unintentional evaluation elsewhere. i'm sure i'm not price driving and sorry if it seems i betrayed the lllaaawwr :wink: . *bay is deemed that bad eh? :shock:
To be honest, it's the complete opposite of what AmiBay is all about; we are trying to help the community, not exploit it.....please take 5 minutes out, have a cup of coffee and a read through of the Rules and Info section, would you? Thanks.