Just something that I'd like to shine a light on -
When dealing with an online auction, the "Make Offer" or "Best Offer" option means (To me anyway) my best offer UNDER the asking price. For example the coin is listed at $500.00 or "Best Offer". If I really want the coin I'll just go ahead and buy it or bid on it however, if I'm on the fence I might make an offer of $460.00 and see what happens.
I had a seller respond to me by saying "You can't be serious, you're offer was below my asking price"???
This was a dealer within the United States so it's not a language barrier, does anyone else out there think that "Best Offer" or "Make Offer" means an amount more than the asking price?
Sometimes I think that animals are smarter than humans, animals would never allow the dumbest one to lead the pack