This loan is now a year old and they have not sold the car. Is it depreciating, appreciating or just maintaining value?
The rare/classic supercar market has cooled off a little of late and they not appreciating quite as rapidly as they were a few years ago. However this particular car is holding onto it's value, being immaculate in condition, low mileage and the only Countach ever made in green. One of the reasons this car was used as security was because it was not part of their turnover stock of more 'everyday' supercars in order to simplify things. Regards, Ed.
I think I might have seen someone else post a possible bug re this, but I can't find it now.
I just tried to take a small amount (just under £20) out. Only the 2nd time I've tried a withdrawal from MT I think, but 2 things. 1, it does not seem to let me enter an amount, just listing the full balance, which is actually OK in this case, but 2, when you try to confirm, it just says 'not enough funds'. Presumably it thinks I'm asking for more than what is there, or perhaps it's a bogus error and there is a minimum withdrawal limit? I could not see one stated. If it is a rounding issue as I think I saw mentioned, it would be resolved if I could alter the value and request a penny less, but that option does not seem available.
SophieThing , is this an issue, or am I doing somthing wrong?
Should all be working ok and you are the first to report any issues today. Perhaps I could ask you to call me at the office when you have a moment and we can go through it over the phone and see if we can identify the issue. The amount field on the withdrawal page should allow you to enter any amount up to your 'available balance'.
I have just gone through the 396 bids placed by 16:01:04 and there is nothing to suggest any bot-like behaviour this afternoon. Thank you.
Thanks. If it's possible, does the above still look intuitively ok when crossed against total number of people logged-in? Given the speed of auto-logout, it's unlikely anyone was online unless bidding.
Yes - I was monitoring the number of users logged in and it roughly correlated with the transaction data. Regards, Ed.