Am I not allowed to put my items inworld cheaper than the mp price? in Merchants Posted December 8, 2017 11 hours ago, Neural Blankes said: Agreed. Unless Dakota clarifies it further, that to me says that you *can* have cheaper prices in world, but you can *not* use the marketplace listings in any manner that would communicate to shoppers that your prices are cheaper in world. Further clarity IS required because Dakota has since stated the only definition of the flagging option:- 14 hours ago, Dakota Linden said: There aren't new terms. The terms are the same as they have always been. If Linden Lab is advised that a Marketplace Merchant is selling the same items in world for a lower price than on the Marketplace, the issue will be addressed with the seller. It is even an option when reporting a product listing using the Flag option: Spam or Disallowed Listing Practices - Inflated Listing Price There are no other terms, no new terms, that's the only definition that has ever been written in the terms. Offering the same price inworld or on other e-commerce sites than on MP is subject to flagging for the disallowed listing practice of inflated listing price. Never has there been anything in the terms about unfairness to other merchants or it's ok if it's a sale but not advertised on MP. NEVER. If these are acceptable, i'm merely asking to see them in the terms and then it's clear for all. Just document what's acceptable and what's not, be complete, clear, concise, transparent. If it requires LL legal to re-write the terms then they should do so, if not, then ambiguity reigns and that's when merchants do their own thing and unfairness creeps in. I have a product that has been de-listed because people think it's just too expensive. That, only that reason. LL staff have incorrectly de-listed it and i've had to file tickets more than once. I've had an apology from Dakota over this item, I know full well what the flagging option is for and if LL staff don't even seem to be in agreement as to what it means, what chance do us mere merchants have when everyone seems to have their own take on it?