[vcf-midatlantic] Signed Apple ][
alan at alanlee.org
Wed Jun 15 13:09:42 EDT 2016
Not contesting the rule, but it seems odd. The $4K value is a reflection
of the next highest bidders high bid. The bid that was retracted was for
an amount just over or substantially over $4K. With it retracted, don't
we now know what the second highest bidder's maximum bid currently is /
always has been (eg $4K)? This seems a bit unfair to the new high bidder
(previously second). The current $1340 price is actually determined by
the next-next highest bidder (3rd in line over all) and not the current
high bid holder.
It's an odd (and seemingly unfair) rule.
On 2016-06-15 11:35, Dave McGuire via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> Sellers do not have to approve bid retractions.
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