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Dealing with low-ball offers on Poshmark

If you're an avid Poshmark user, chances are you've received a low-ball offer at some point. These types of offers can be frustrating, especially if you've spent time and effort researching the value of your item and setting a fair price. But don't let low-ballers get you down! Here are some tips on how to handle these types of offers and make the most of your Poshmark experience.

First and foremost, it's important to remember that receiving a low-ball offer is not a personal attack. The person making the offer is simply trying to get a good deal, and it's not a reflection on you or your item. So don't take it too personally!

That being said, it's still worth considering the offer. If you're struggling to sell the item and the offer is close to what you'd be willing to accept, it might be worth taking it. After all, it's better to make some money from your sale rather than none at all.

On the other hand, if the offer is significantly lower than your asking price and you're not willing to negotiate, it's perfectly okay to reject it. Just be polite in your response and thank the person for their interest. You can say something like, "Thank you for your offer, but I'm sorry I'm not able to accept it at this time."

If you're interested in negotiating, try countering the offer with a slightly higher price or offer to throw in an extra item to sweeten the deal. For example, if someone offers you $20 for a pair of shoes that you're asking $40 for, you could counter with an offer of $30 plus a free accessory like a pair of socks.

It's also helpful to have a sense of humor about low-ball offers. Dealing with them can be frustrating, but sometimes the best thing to do is to laugh it off. Consider coming up with a witty response to the offer, like "Sorry, I'm not willing to sell my designer handbag for the price of a bag of chips."

In conclusion, receiving a low-ball offer on Poshmark doesn't have to be a negative experience. Just remember to stay calm, consider the offer, and know that you always have the option to negotiate or reject it if it doesn't meet your expectations. Happy selling!





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