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I have a question regarding marketplace.

Say I want to sell a card for 799. I set up a starting bid at 761 since I figured that AH adds 5% at every bid. So, when I do that I can see my action as 761 current bid and 799 buyout.

Then, if I search for the card it says 799 bid, 799 buyout, 761 current. All legit. But then I get a message that my card was sold for 762.

I have a feeling that this happened a few times already, but I can never say that I am 100% certain of it. Am I tripping? Is there a bug? Did I get the system wrong?

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@Savage One thing you have to keep in mind is that the bid is an input field and therefore changeable. If I remember correctly the only thing the 5% does is just add a standard value to the input field, which is 5% higher. So if there's a card for 100 current bid then the enter bid field will be 105 but you can change it to 101 and bid 101.

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5 minutes ago, Ladadoos said:

@Savage One thing you have to keep in mind is that the bid is an input field and therefore changeable. If I remember correctly the only thing the 5% does is just add a standard value to the input field, which is 5% higher. So if there's a card for 100 current bid then the enter bid field will be 105 but you can change it to 101 and bid 101.

Hahahaha... You gotta be kidding me :D
I see now ingame that it is possible to change value. Dafuq? Why?
This means that I cannot choose how to create my own auction? I want start bid and buyout to be the same, but if I put starting bit just 1 bfp lower, then the default will be too high and the sorting order might place my auction somewhere down under :D
This is just plain terrible... Great job EA, as always...

Thanks Ladadoos :)

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