Have any sellers here encountered this behavior? On scarcer items that are a hundred dollars a pop & up, these guys (usually guys) start out with a passive aggressive comment challenging some assertion you made in the listing ("I don't know that it's as rare as you say, but great item!"), and then often try to get you to call or text them because they can't discuss via eBay messages for some reason. When you refuse, they do via eBay messages what they were planning to do via call/text, and that's to try & charmbully you into lowering your price. "Great item & I'm really interested, but where did you get the idea it's worth $300 from? It's worth $150 at most because blah-blah. But great item, and say - what about those Dodgers? " When you explain you've gotten much higher offers than their alleged valuation, they'll ask "What will you take? I really want this, but I just noticed [silly alleged defect], so I don't think you'll ever get $300. But great item!" When you say it's up to them to make an offer, and not your job to lowball your own item, they'll keep pounding away, asking you to make them a best offer. If you're trusting/worn down enough to do this, they'll immediately offer less, because [silly alleged defect] and after all, it's not THAT rare! (That's why they keep messaging you - because it's such an easy item to find cheap!) And it doesn't matter if you say in the listing that you won't respond to requests for your best price, or won't respond to any offer unless formally made; these guys just keep hammering away. They're often dealers looking to pay as low as possible so they can re-list - on eBay! - for more than you're asking. Is it just me, or is this a thing?