I agree with not selling untill everything backs to normal and i feel like selling right now would be site abusing. I hope that we will get some info from gameflip soon. I dont believe that they haven’t noticed what is happening.
i think you get trouble or problem if you sell with “crazy” overprice and the “rich man” buy it. just my opinion.
“crazy” overprice is when sugges $80 you sell for 2x($160) or 3x($240) or 4x etc. from that sugges. again, just my opinion.
it doesnt matter if you sell on steam community market. but here we are. if you know about CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) it would be nice when company take the overprice for create event or something. who knows. but again, just my opinion.
Accounts like that are created daily and we ban them daily. That’s why we have the feature to hold funds when you sell something and your account is new, otherwise they’d be able to cash out, but they’re not.
Speaking of crazy purchases, someone bought my listing for $666. When I asked if they understood what they bought, they said no. I looked into their account and they also sold something random for $99. It looks like theirs a lot of money laundering taking place.
The people mentioned in this post aren’t trying to cash out money. They are buying skins at absurd prices and converting some cash source to skins. $5 a key and 3x steam value for knives. Sellers are worried these people are going to chargeback or something and then we’ll have no skins or money. Some sellers have inventories that took months or years to build that sold in a day. It just seems impossible for there not to be someone that loses lots of money in this situation.
On the other hand sellers who have been around years are trying to cash out this weekend and none have received yet.
However, if a chargeback isn’t possible then I guess the card issuer would be responsible. Either way it’s leaving almost nothing for real buyers.