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My Offers - Received Screen

What do I use this screen for?

The 'My Offers - Received' screen shows a summary of all the active offers that you have received from others.


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How do I use this screen?

Various actions are available from this screen, depending on the status of the offer.
  • Select 'Details' button: displays 'Offer Details' screen for that offer.
  • Select 'View Conversation' Button: displays 'Conversation' screen that is associated with the offer.
  • Select 'Accept Offer' Button: displays 'Accept Offer' screen. This screen will allow you to accept an offer that you have received.
  • Select 'Decline Offer' Button: displays 'Decline Offer' screen. This screen will allow you to decline an offer that you have received.
  • Select 'Make Counter-offer' Button: displays 'Make Counter-offer' screen. This screen will allow you to make a counter-offer to an offer that you have received.
  • Select 'Send Message' Button: This will display the 'Send Message' screen. This screen will allow you to send a message to the trader.

What else should I know about this screen?

  • Sorting: you can sort the information by selecting the underlined links at the top of the table.
  • Offer Duration: an offer lasts for 7 days after the advertisement has ended (unless the offer is retracted, declined or accepted).
  • My Stuff Sidebar: this screen uses the 'My Stuff' sidebar.

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