If a buyer request is created and the (potential) buyer specified a budget (eg. $50), and an offer was sent that was low (eg. $5) would that offer normally be ignored (assuming it wasn’t at the top of the list of offers, and assuming a lot of offers had been sent to that request - eg. around 30), ie. would the buyer normally assume the seller wouldn’t be able to do what he wanted, to his required standard, for the price specified - or just consider the ones that were a lot closer to his budget, assuming they will likely give better results?
Would an offer that is below a certain percentage of the specified budget normally be just ignored and any links (like samples in it) not usually be looked at?
Would a buyer only normally really consider an offer to their buyer request if, for offers with a specified budget, the offer is >= a certain percentage of their budget (eg. >=50% of their budget)?
What if a seller has a relevant gig for a buyer request but their gig/gig package price is quite a lot less than the specified budget in the buyer request? In theory the seller could increase the price of their gig/gig package but that could put other buyers off buying their gig. What is the best recommendation in this case?