I get your explanation. 100%
Every word you said rings true, and there is no reason to discuss it after that.
What "I" was thinking is just listing a knife for sale. Stating the "Rock Bottom" price, and accepting offers above that price for a set amount of time.
There would be NO need for software, or Admin involvement.
Same as any other private sale the parties make their own arrangements for payment, and shipping.
AAPK as a site has NO responsibility or involvement.
Just like any other private sale the seller must be a paid member but beyond that it's just a private sale.
Ok. I just saw the flaw... To run a store you must meet certain criteria. What would stop a fool from running an illegitimate store under this format. Perhaps a limit on numbers but whom would do the counting?
Hmmmmm... I hate it when a plan collapses.
Ok... How about this. If you are approved to run a store here, would this discussed format be viable?
No software, no Admin liability.
The seller is solely responsible for following his listing, and bidders are on their own to read the thread for the highest bid.
Yeah. It sounds complicated after a minute.
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