Problem solved, delete innit

TwoZebras
6741 posts Big Money Move
edited March 2021
Can anyone explain this lads?

I was listing my prime Sheva and in the buy it now box I accidentally added a period at the end of the number. So it was like 345000 and then .

Then it said congratulations, you have won this item for 68k or something and now he's gone

I was even given 68k when I reloaded the app, but Sheva is gone lol :D

Did it glitch somehow and accidentally quick sell him?
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  • Vanch
    1375 posts Play-Off Hero
    edited March 2021
    According to the site below, he quick sells for 68.25k lol. Sorry man.

    https://fifauteam.com/fifa-21-quick-sell-prices-discard/

    EDIT: Actually, just recover him from the quick sell recovery in the app ;)
  • TwoZebras
    6741 posts Big Money Move
    Vanch wrote: »
    According to the site below, he quick sells for 68.25k lol. Sorry man.

    https://fifauteam.com/fifa-21-quick-sell-prices-discard/

    EDIT: Actually, just recover him from the quick sell recovery in the app ;)

    Oh dear :D

    Right, he isn't on the quick sell recovery for today's date, so I'll wait a little

    Wonder how it did that
  • Vanch
    1375 posts Play-Off Hero
    Good luck mate, hope you manage to figure it out and get him back.
  • TwoZebras
    6741 posts Big Money Move
    It would appear I somehow listed him for his minimum price buy it now which was 68k

    RIP me
  • NucksNation
    4634 posts National Call-Up
    Then he should be in sold list in your transfer market
  • TwoZebras
    6741 posts Big Money Move
    Then he should be in sold list in your transfer market

    He's not there either :D

    Literally just vanished from my club
  • Chavez76
    9873 posts League Winner
    auch... sounds like you found another 'feature' in the app ..
  • Rashford_united1990
    1512 posts Play-Off Hero
    It’s a bit of a craic mate isn’t it?
  • MakingmeMad
    646 posts An Exciting Prospect
    He’s got to be on quick sell recovery. Look better.
  • TwoZebras
    6741 posts Big Money Move
    He’s got to be on quick sell recovery. Look better.

    Nah the EA guy said I somehow sold him for minimum price buy it now, even though I put him up for 330k

    My fault for using the app
  • MakingmeMad
    646 posts An Exciting Prospect
    Ouch, min bin!
  • Jamieshore22
    2027 posts Fans' Favourite
    I did this with a rashford a few years ago. Sold for 75k instead of 900k on the app.

    There really should be a way of getting back players you sell by accident
  • Team Sam
    4086 posts National Call-Up
    If you add a special character in the number field, it registers as you entering 0 and defaults to minimum.

    In the app it's always worth clicking somewhere else before listing, so you can check you've entered it in correctly.
  • Ben
    5496 posts Big Money Move
    Had to look up innit as I’ve never seen that word. Can someone please explain the use of it in the title? It doesn’t make sense to me. It is supposed to mean “isn’t it” which doesn’t make sense in this context.
  • WomboCombo
    484 posts An Exciting Prospect
    edited March 2021
    Ben wrote: »
    Had to look up innit as I’ve never seen that word. Can someone please explain the use of it in the title? It doesn’t make sense to me. It is supposed to mean “isn’t it” which doesn’t make sense in this context.

    Innit is basically one of those versatile multi-functional hipster/youth words in England that's kind of become undefined slang speech.

    Kind of like the way people used to use "feel" in America (short for "you feel me?"), where they would literally just end random sentences with it because Dave Franco made it sound cool in 21 Jump Street. "Wassup, feel?" I was coming up through high school around then so I was part of that bit of embarrassment. The word "True" had a similar thing that's still kind of going on today, "true that" is used in contexts that make literally zero sense often.

    Its really just something you generally won't get if you aren't part of the demographic using it, even I can just explain it but would fail horrifically to actually use it effectively as slang in sentences.
  • Team Sam
    4086 posts National Call-Up
    Ben wrote: »
    Had to look up innit as I’ve never seen that word. Can someone please explain the use of it in the title? It doesn’t make sense to me. It is supposed to mean “isn’t it” which doesn’t make sense in this context.

    Yeah, it's a London thing (I think, well, I'm from London).

    Essentially it means "don't you agree?". If it was really hot, you could say "it's hot, innit".

    It can also be used to agree with something someone else has said "yeah, innit" meaning "yeah, I agree".

    In the title, it's used more like "delete, clearly".
  • Ben
    5496 posts Big Money Move
    Thanks guys
  • Rashford_united1990
    1512 posts Play-Off Hero
    Ye fam you got that innit? Bare explanations and that tho
    Ben wrote: »
    Thanks guys

  • ozcs_69
    4884 posts Big Money Move
    why delete the post, when it can help someone else maybe in the future if they had similar issue
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