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What are the obligations of someone running a "Slave Auction"?


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Hai Guyz,

 

So I just had a bad experience bidding on a slave. I bid 400L on a slave, a relatively small amount. I never heard back from either the auction house or the slave whom I bid on. Therefore I had assumed that I had lost the auction. However, when I checked to transaction history, I realized that I never got back my bid. When questioned, the person who runs the auction house claimed that I had indeed won, and therefore would not get a refund.

 

Therefore, my question is as follows:

 

What are the obligations of an auction house in regards to the bidder, what protections does LL offee to those who bid at auction houses?

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Supersatan3 wrote:

what protections does LL offee to those who bid at auction houses?

Auctions are resident-to-resident transactions. LL never gets involved in those. So, there is no protection at all. Thankfully, most residents are nice enough that you don't need protection, but not always. In this case, it may not be the auction house who's reneged, but rather the slave. If you're curious enough, it'll be up to you to determine where the blame goes.

Caveat Master!

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