I remember once seeing an item for sale at a hamfest. It was a
fairly new transceiver, IIRC. Anyway, the seller posted a price for
it which was fairly high, but then also posted that every 10 minutes
(or some interval like that) he would lower the price. And he did.
I guess it was an inverse auction... start high, and work downwards.
Anyway, after not too long.. maybe an hour, once of the interested
"lookers" caved in and bought the rig. I recall chatting with the
seller later in the day, and he said that he would have kept reducing
the price until the hamfest was over if he hadn't sold it. I guess
we'll never really know! :)
73 de Ray
On Sep 30, 2009, at 1:13 PM, Richards wrote:
> Gee Morry... guess you don't really want your
> asking price.... Kinda shoots yourself in the foot ....
> ( I remember some dumb lawyer telling me his
> client would accept either $3000 or $3500 to
> settle the case... so I immediately accepted
> the lower number. He did not know my client
> had previously authorized me to settle for
> up to $4000.... )
> ================== K8JHR =======================
>> ------------Original Message------------
>> From: morry .
>> If it doesn't sell at this price I will lower the price. Best K3DPJ
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