I had something weird happen to me today. It's quite possible I'm making a mountain out of a string of unlucky coincidences but some nuances make me think it might have been an attempt at subtle manipulation, taking advantage of the following economic and psychological facts: many people trade a lot, don't keep logs of their trades and can't remember all trades they did; many people would want to be "nice" at all costs. Here's how it goes: you're selling something on trade chat; an avatar sends you an outrageously low offer; you refuse; they get offended along the lines of "you sold me at that price the previous time, and now you're mad at me"; (divergence point) you say there was no "previous time"; they back down saying "it was perhaps a similar avatar name then". Now, it's technically possible that someone named Fat Naruto, or whatever, had indeed sold them stuff at those rates. However: the rate offered was impossibly low, 30 percentage points below weekly auction average and below all-time low for the stuff in question; I refused saying just (citation) "sorry, that's beyond the pale". Mad? Mad people use four-letter words instead of "sorry"; responses came back a bit too fast and might well be typed in advance; and, well, "similar avatar name" excuse. We've seen it before. Now I'm left wondering - could concessions be extracted this way from someone who, at the (divergence point) above, isn't 100% sure there was no "previous time"? Thoughts?