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Eric Wong: When sell­ers don’t re­veal the prices, I give it a pass. Wast­ing my time.

Nora MG: But in some cases, even with the price smack dab un­der their nose, they still want the seller to PM. And when the an­swer is in the pub­lic com­ments, they also want to PM them di­rectly. These are the ‘lazy to read’ types.

Fuwa Fuwa Choo: Ev­ery­one has their own sell­ing price. They just don’t want other sell­ers to know how much they are sell­ing at and avoid cus­tomers com­par­ing prices too. Yes, it is an­noy­ing.

Faisal Nazrin: On­line traders pur­posely want the read­ers to com­ment “PM” in or­der to in­crease post en­gage­ment and or­ganic reach. This means that the more peo­ple com­ment, the wider the post’s reach, more peo­ple will see the Face­book post. But this wrong both legally and eth­i­cally. Look for an­other way to boost your ads.

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