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Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Guest, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Will only accept doing trade through Leo (leogaming.com) Brokers for free.
    Doing this will ensure the trade goes smoothly and it is a legit dye tub.

    If you do not agree to the above, don't bother trying to sell me one.

    Offering 200m, though I'm open to negotiation

  2. Tomas_Bryce

    Tomas_Bryce Rares Collector Extraordinaire | Rares Fest Host
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    Aug 14, 2006
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  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    An easy way to tell if it's a legit dye tub without a broker is to require the seller set the color of the leather tub to a neon hue, such as yellow, pink, green, or red. This will verify that it has the clothing dye tub color selection without the need of anyone surrendering their tub for examination.

    If that isn't enough, you could insist they set it to access anyone in their house and allow you to test dye 1 item at which point you would be able to buy or trade for it once you have the itemID of the tub using methods I won't list just so you know it wasn't a bait n switch.

    It would probably be a little more work for you this way, but if people don't trust leo or a broker they're not familiar with it would at least give them another option rather than passing it by if they had a tub for sale.
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Good idea on the Item ID number, hadn't thought about that.
  5. Guest

    Guest Guest


    That's how I bought one last year from GL. Had em lock it in their house so I could set the color and test dye, got the ID#, and matched it with what was in trade window. Makes it alot easier not having to pay or rely on everyone trusting a 3rd party.