Is it really that difficult to double check the information before you click sell or buy?
^ That is a simply solution many people, including myself, are currently doing when we make trade offers. I also noticed, @Tiberius, that you chose to ignore another person who commented that. Just like you chose to click that sell or buy button and made that trade offer. You chose to do it, it is your fault for doing it, and you have no one to blame for it but yourself. Stop blaming me and the rest of TKR for your mistake.
For clarification: It is a notification bot, not a trading bot. It is no different to the war notification bots floating around and it is not against the rules. The link that it provides takes us to the market page. It does not accept the trade offer, and the link is no different to having a market paged bookmarked (like I do because I don't like the default sorting). After the page is loaded we still need to look for the trade, accept it and then hope it loads before someone else gets it or you delete it. For someone like myself who doesn't have the best of Internet, or computer, it can take several seconds just for my browser to open let alone load the game.
We also don't accept every single mistrade. When we get a notification we determine whether or not we feel like stopping what we're doing to attempt and swipe that trade up in a perfectly legal way. And there are actually many mistrades that don't get answer.
The notification bot is a fair tool that doesn't violate the game rules. We all have an equal opportunity to make a trade bot for ourselves, if people don't then that is their choice, just like it's their choice if they want to double check their offer before clicking sell or buy. I make lots of trade offers a day, double check them all, and then go the extra step to check that they appeared correctly on the market page. Why? Because I don't want someone to profit from my mistake. I am taking the extra precautions to make sure I don't stuff up. If you choose not to and continue to create trade offers, then you have no one but yourself to blame.
We wouldn't have another 100 scripts. If everyone made a script then it would be rare if anyone gets any trades. Just like mining bitcoin, the more people that do it the less worth it is to do it, making people choose not to do it as they don't believe the worth is greater then the cost.
This issue already has an easy resolution. Double check your offers before clicking sell or buy. It's not hard and it can save you millions. It doesn't even take any extra code that needs to be made, any extra delay in apis, any extra annoying captcha, or any extra pages that need to load. The simply and easy solution is to change how you do things to fit with how things are already done, instead of asking everyone else to conform to your way.
But you did in the peace terms. Forcing us to return it on request only to you people, not the rest of Orbis. Which sounds like special treatment to me.