Please PM your reserve and BIN
  • If you are used to flippa, this question is kinda common there.

    However... What would be the best answer to them?
    Post edited by Unknown User at 2010-09-03 06:52:00
  • [quote="Flip"]
    If you are used to flippa, this question is kinda common there.

    However... What would be the best answer to them?


    I would just give it to them ......unless you state it in the auction,
    that you won't disclose it.
    Mike
  • Indeed it is great I think by just giving out the reserve price to them, but
    how about when your reserve price is kinda higher than their expectations?
    Yet, they maybe have enough money to spend.

    Wouldn't they will ditch your auction straight away and will never come
    back again visiting your site by not knowing the huge potential of your site?

    In this case, they maybe hadn't look on your auction so close, instead,
    just asking for "Please PM your reserve and BIN".

    By seeing your asking price, "Hey, this man is insane asking for such price!"

    :P

    Correct me if I'm wrong, "unless you state it in the auction", I think I read
    it somewhere at Flippa where you cannot reveal your reserve price in any
    circumstances.

    Thanks! :)

    [quote="mclough4"]
    [quote="Flip"]
    If you are used to flippa, this question is kinda common there.

    However... What would be the best answer to them?


    I would just give it to them ......unless you state it in the auction,
    that you won't disclose it.
    Mike
  • I think i saw a nice line in Flippa TOC that you can't let buyers know your reserve price. So you can simply say It's against Flippa rules to let the reserve price and quote them ;)
  • To be honest, I usually just tell them (privately) assuming I have a BIN in mind. Quite often you'll tell people the reserve and they will no longer be interested, but this is to be expected. In my experience, most *serious* buyers will want to know your BIN price and then make an offer based on that.