A messy forum is really unpleasant to use. Please, follow the rules below and all your subjects will be validated.
For an user-friendly forum, all subjects must have a tag in their title.
Your title must catch the eye of the reader so don’t write long ones. You’ll give more information in the post itself : [BUY] Cheap Kolos
[SALE] = sale
[BUY] = buy
[EXCH/TRADE] = exchange
[AUCT] = auction
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr sunday 26/05/2019, 13:56
HOW TO POST A SUBJECT :
We will REFUSE all subjects without tags.
[SALE] + title
Write the exact price you want to sell your cards. You’ll be able to negotiate later on.
A sale is not an exchange nor an auction, the buyer has to be able to buy it at the price written in the subject.
[BUY] + title
Write the name of the card(s) you want to buy.
State the price that you want to pay; only with clintz, it’s not an exchange.
[EXCH/TRADE] + title
Write the name of the card(s) you’re looking for.
Write an approximate value of clintz you would like to receive for your card(s).
Write the name of the card(s) you want to give in return.
Write an approximate value of clintz which you value the card(s) you are looking for.
Write a clear and accurate subject or we will have to close it.
edited by Infiniti sunday 04/03/2018, 13:10
FEW MORE RULES :
We will refuse all messages with a “bump” in it. Please, write a real and useful sentence instead.
It is completely FORBIDDEN to :
- Exchange, put in auction, sell, buy : credits, accounts, codes, passwords, real money (in fact, anything real).
- Exchange (etc.) cards or/and clintz with stuff from another game.
- Theft is forbidden of course.
- Everything that breaks the rules of our terms and conditions of use here :
Remember, if you break the rules, something absolutely horrible (I prefer to keep it secret or you’ll have nightmares) will happen to your account and you will be very very sad. So don’t even try.
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr sunday 04/03/2018, 06:43
Adding to this since it seems to be a problem.
Do not attempt to undercut the owner in their own Trade/Sale/Buy/Exchange threads. It falls under the same category as posting your guild link in someone else's recruitment thread. Also keep your commentary about the price being too high on a friendly level.
Ex. (While Euzebe would never do this she's being used as an example for a name's sake).
StormWhisper posts a sales thread [Sell] Charlie
I'll sell Charlie for 23,000 clintz.
Euzebe comes in and posts:
Well I think that price is stupid. I'll offer Charlie for 15,000 Clintz.
1) She should have said "Storm, your price is over market. You might want to consider lowering it." or something to that effect.
2) Offering her own Charlie. No. Not acceptable.
Thread Hijacking is a 'something absolutely horrible' offense.
Flaming Thread Hijackers is a 'something absolutely horrible' offense. (It's still an insult people).
Due to recent freedom with the public forums, the sale of Clintz or cards have shown up in trade for other game currency or cards, as well as real money. Under article 6 in the Urban Rivals Terms and Conditions (http://www.urban-rivals.com/player/cgv.php), this is a permanently ban-able offense. DO NOT engage in this type of trade as it spells bad for both parties.
edited by Sir B00BY monday 15/04/2013, 03:43
Threads created to sell avatars are no longer forbidden but can only be done so in general forum. Prices, example work, and conditions must clearly be specified.
Transactions of PFULLS, are forbidden all over Urban-Rivals' forum. If you want to continue with your sales/buying of these cards then you can do it privately. There's no stopping you from doing that but it will be your responsibility and not ours. If you experience any issues (scams) regarding these transactions then we are not able to help you with anything because it will be hard for us to track the levels of the card when they are already in your sale/purchase history.
edited by Infiniti tuesday 23/05/2017, 02:20
Though it rarely happens, I feel some things are worth highlighting due to some PMs occasionally sent on rare dispute.
This is not an addition to the rules, but rather some guidelines worth pointing out in the event of of one between buyer and seller.
Personally, these incidents rarely happen nowadays, but it might be worth pointing out if you are new to using Market Threads and need to know how to get started.
Not really enforced, but as a guideline we are cautious towards any thread where players ask to buy a card for 75% of its current market value.
[BUY] Death Adder for 800K
(Death Adder`s current market value is 1.2M at the time of example)
We ask if you make a thread aiming to buy a card, lowest you should ask for it should be 75% of their market value
Reason being is nobody might take it seriously if players kept making these types of threads and is susceptible to spam. We take action against these threads before it gets out of hand.
If a Moderator finds out or believes that the card you are offering is NOT in your POSSESSION, they have the right to verify with you or close your thread.
Although rules do not specify it, if an offer has been posted for 2 weeks and no changes are made or updates, such threads are considered expired.
-A comment bump is not an update. Price change or looking for other cards are considered one.
If you do not like anything about a Buy/Sell thread, DO NOT respond to it. It gets bumped up for no reason. Those bumps are also not considered updates.
If you do not like anything about a Buy/Sell thread, but want to try a COUNTER-OFFER, you are welcome to ask for different conditions.
If you mention an exchange such as this:
“My Rowdy Cr 0XP (300K) for your Veenyle Cr any XP (220K) + D4 Funk any XP (80K)”
And a player offers the exact 2 cards, you must unconditionally accept their offer.
If a player just wrote:
“My Rowdy Cr 0XP for your Veenyle Cr any XP + D4 Funk any XP”
The assumption is that the value of Rowdy Cr is equal to that of Veenyle Cr and D4 Funk regardless of current prices.
Same as with above, if a player offers the exact 2 cards, you must unconditionally accept their offer.
If a player however wrote:
“My Rowdy Cr 0XP (300K) for any of the following cards
Ax Battler 50K
Lost Hog Cr 100K
Lee Long 230K
Difference made in Clintz”
While the search is greater than 300K, it implies that you can use certain cards.
If you want to use cards outside what is being looked for, you are free to ask.
If you do not have the card you are offering for trades, action will be taken against you.
Agreements mean both the BUYER and SELLER are AWARE of what is to be sent and traded and there are NO CHANGES.
Anything unclear between the buyer and seller must be made clear to each other.
A card becoming Cr/Mt is not a valid excuse to back out of ANY AGREEMENT. Likewise, a sudden spike or drop in price is not a valid excuse either.
If you think a card has an unstable price, avoid using it for offers in the Buy/Sell/Trade sections as you are liable if it does lead to a dispute from an agreement.
If you make agreements but do not follow through and it gets to the EN Moderation`s attention, action will be taken against you. Blacklist is subject to decision of the Moderator.
Every 2 weeks or so, these cards fluctuate in price quickly. I personally advise against using them for trades as it can lead to disputes over market value.
However, if you and another player agree to use them, you MUST agree with their set price at the time of the agreement.
Exclusive Rares = Rare cards not available at NewBloods or packs for a limited time.
All trades where NO AGREEMENT is made between players are closed should said card become Cr or Mt for some reason.
For cases with multiple cards offered, we will still let the thread run at our own discretion, but the Cr or Mt card will be removed from the offer.
If ANY AGREEMENT is made between players to trade the card and suddenly a Cr or Mt announcement is made for whatever reason, YOU MUST FINISH THE TRADE and use the Pre Cr/Mt values agreed upon.
Action will be taken if either sides back out for the argument of “Market Value” or something along the lines.
If staff for any reason removes all copies of a card in market temporarily, even though they are not Cr or Mt, the above rules still apply.
Rarely needed, but in extreme cases where you feel you really cannot trust the player you are making a deal with.
Both parties need to agree on the same Moderator. If one cannot for any reason agree, you need to select a different one or trade amongst yourselves.
Moderators issue blacklist if fraudulent trading is reported to us.
edited by Rowdy MOB Cr wednesday 26/06/2019, 15:23
Though unlikely to happen and has not happened yet, I will leave a note to use the protocol for dealing with Cr/Mt announcement trading disputes when dealing with cards that receive a SHIFT. The circumstances are similar to a Cr/Mt announcement. A card gets removed by the market temporarily then players can back to the market once it settles.