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Maldurleon
Posted - 2009.02.18 00:11:00 - [1]
 

What I want to see is a "BLACKLIST" I want to refuse custom to my enemies. It could even be as simple as a tick box. "Allow/Disallow war targets to purchase corp sell orders"

I don't want the ass hat that just podkilled me to buy my Corps products. I think is a good feature and easily implemented that would at least grant industrialist some satisfaction when they see some guys buy rejected... Plus Mega Corps could go to war economically.

DrDooma
Posted - 2009.02.18 00:54:00 - [2]
 

All your suggestion will achieve is higher use of neutral alts. On the other hand, I can understand if you requested for only blue list to be able to purchase your items.

echohead
Posted - 2009.02.18 02:55:00 - [3]
 

It would be cool, but I cannot cite anything like it in a real life market to compare your idea too.

Say germany and france are at war, if a german goes into a french owned store in the US they would have to be allowed to buy whatever was for sale. Because US laws force you to sell to anyone who can legally buy your products.


Pvt Public7
Amarr
Imperial Academy
Posted - 2009.02.18 03:22:00 - [4]
 

New option added to freeform contracts maybe? 'Do not allow [alliance/corp/player] to fill contract.'
Of course, the entire contract system would need to be improved, and a majority of free market trade moved there, before this would have any use.

Sir Substance
Minmatar
Suddenly Ninjas
Tear Extraction And Reclamation Service
Posted - 2009.02.18 14:45:00 - [5]
 

Originally by: echohead
It would be cool, but I cannot cite anything like it in a real life market to compare your idea too.

Say germany and france are at war, if a german goes into a french owned store in the US they would have to be allowed to buy whatever was for sale. Because US laws force you to sell to anyone who can legally buy your products.




then the US is ******ed and a bad example, but i suspect you have your facts wrong.

a store having an item on sale is what is known as "an invitation to trade" in most countries, as here in Australia. it does not indicate any commitment to sell anything to anyone. it is only an offer. one that may be retracted at the owners discretion.

echohead
Posted - 2009.02.18 15:39:00 - [6]
 

Well the US is a pretty big country so I feel it is a decent example. Those laws are in place to keep people from being discriminated against.

Learol
Posted - 2009.02.18 15:46:00 - [7]
 

The US has plenty of international trade restrictions on all sorts of things from individual terrorists to unstable countries, seeing as eve runs on an idea of super-capitalism where each vender represents their own state your example is not the best.

Learol
Posted - 2009.02.18 15:47:00 - [8]
 

I for one support the idea for a trading blacklistl.

echohead
Posted - 2009.02.19 14:50:00 - [9]
 

Edited by: echohead on 19/02/2009 15:32:48
Edited by: echohead on 19/02/2009 15:32:28
Each vendor was not a state, each station was a state in my analogy.

Yes the US has trade restrictions on terrorists, but they also do not let them in the country (station) either.

Bullageddon
Caldari
Posted - 2009.02.19 15:05:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: echohead
It would be cool, but I cannot cite anything like it in a real life market to compare your idea too.

Say germany and france are at war, if a german goes into a french owned store in the US they would have to be allowed to buy whatever was for sale. Because US laws force you to sell to anyone who can legally buy your products.




Other countries, Japan for example, have no such laws.


 

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