I feel like this needs to be made both for new players and experienced players since a lot of people don't understand a few nice little details that help players who buy/sell/trade items. I'm gonna keep this pretty simple and add extra bits in if I get responses worth adding
If you're gonna make a price for your item, make sure its accurate. Otherwise going to the PC section on the discord is most effective. You CAN say you WANT a certain amount for an item but you CANNOT say that's the items WORTH. Purposefully lying about items values can be considered scamming (obviously depending on the situation). If you say you WANT an amount that's a little bit above its value, then that's completely acceptable since you actually have to try and sell it and maybe want a bit out of the trouble.
Lowballing is offering extremely low for an item. If someone is selling an item, it's probably best you ask what the person is looking for to trade. Overpaying is paying more for an item then its worth, if you chose to offer on an item and you find out its above the value of the item then that doesn't mean you've been scammed since you chose to offer on that. If you don't believe its worth that then don't offer, let the other person waste their money
C/O and B/O
C/O is Current Offer and it represents the most (or preferred offer) on an item you have. If two people offer the same/similar amount, one in pure and one in mixed, then the person who is selling can chose based on what they want.
B/O is Best Offer and is the maximum price you want and will take for an item. Normally when you get offered your B/O you will no longer take offers as doing so is considered to be a bit of a ❤❤❤❤ move.
A lot of items tend to have set prices (which can be slightly altered when selling), and these tend to be set to items such as Taunts, cosmetics, mutators etc. Basically most items without talents/stats. The prices of the mutators are pinned in the PC section of the discord, though they change when the market shifts. Other items will have to be pc'd by others.
Thanks for listening to my little guide, I would really like some opinions and stuff to add to this as I want it to be more community involved 🙂