Reply 100 of 934, by canthearu
Katmai500 wrote on 2020-06-13, 02:19:cyclone3d wrote on 2020-06-13, 00:31:
Nope... Make offer is not on by default. Unless the seller enables it on purpose it isn't going to be there. […]Katmai500 wrote on 2020-06-12, 20:24:
I think ebay defaults the make offer option to on for non-auction buy it now listings. So unless the seller explicitly turns it off, it’ll be there. I think a lot of sellers don’t notice this, get surprised when they get an offer, and respond by declining.
Nope... Make offer is not on by default. Unless the seller enables it on purpose it isn't going to be there.
The option is also there to auto decline if the offer is below a certain threshold.
And also to auto-accept if the offer is above a certain threshold.
Interesting. I just tried to create a buy it now listing on eBay to test this, and make an offer was enabled by default and eBay even filled in a recommend minimum offer amount.
Even if this is the case, the seller could simply be honest about it and say they didn't mean to have best offer enabled. Blaming ebay ALWAYS works 😀