Hello, sorta-new sorta-old player here, new to trading though. I’ve resurrected some old trial accounts from the way-back, and see that I have literally tens of thousands of low-value items that I never sold back then and certainly don’t have time to play the .01 ISK game to sell now.
Obviously I could just separate out all items below 100,000 ISK value and bulk re-process them for minerals. However as a (current) Alpha I would lose half the minerals in that process. I think that would be roughly a half-billion ISK loss in value.
Just wondering if there are people/trading methods established to help with this sort of thing. (I’ve been out of touch with EVE for a few years) Do people set up bulk contracts and just toss all their items into one? How would you value that? Or do people have “give me your stuff, I’ll re-process and pay you” deals set up? (Obviously scammable unless it was a trusted pilot)
I’m aware that many people would simply have a corp/fleet mate with good reprocessing who could handle this for them, and I might end up going that way. Just wondered if there was a standard approach to this.
It’s not a large amount of ISK relatively speaking, but I suspect I will need to do this every 3 months or so. It would be helpful to be aware of any options out there that I might miss.
Thanks for any tips or info, see you in game!