If you decide to counter a buyer's offer, the funds for the original offer will be released to the buyer.
If the buyer accepts your counter offer, the buyer's card will be charged the counter offer amount.
If the seller counters your counter offer, they will receive a new hold on their card, for the amount of your counter offer + fees and shipping.
If the seller doesn't not accept your counter offer, the funds will be released to the seller after the 72 hour expiration window.
If you are selling more than 1 of the same item, offers for multiple quantities will be displayed as a subtotal offer for the quantity selected by the buyer. Your counter offer should also be a subtotal price for the quantity of items selected, rather than the counter offer price of one individual item for sale.
Offers will be sorted by highest price first for ease of selecting your preferred offer.