Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by calljj » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:31 pm

Especially since being a member for months now

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by calljj » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:33 pm

Flyby wrote:Having a 10 post count limitation also encourages users to post extra spurrious stuff too
Indeed you are quite correc

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by calljj » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:33 pm

calljj wrote:
Flyby wrote:Having a 10 post count limitation also encourages users to post extra spurrious stuff too
Indeed you are quite correc
Sorry, mean correct ;)

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by calljj » Mon Sep 26, 2016 6:35 pm

Puma99 wrote:
Tranquil wrote:Always read the " read this before you post " before you try advertising. :)

lesson learnt in this corner!
Same. So many different forums have different rules about this. Shame you can't link to other forums who could back up your reputation.
Are we allowed to talk about different forums on different forums, some forums don't like you linking to other forums

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by AndyB » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:01 pm

calljj wrote:
Puma99 wrote:
Tranquil wrote:Always read the " read this before you post " before you try advertising. :)

lesson learnt in this corner!
Same. So many different forums have different rules about this. Shame you can't link to other forums who could back up your reputation.
Are we allowed to talk about different forums on different forums, some forums don't like you linking to other forums
So you've got past 10. What are you selling?

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by gerrard » Wed Nov 02, 2016 9:31 am

I might try calljj's trick and just keep posting in here until I hit 10... :)

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by ollydog » Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:53 pm

AndyB wrote:
calljj wrote:
Puma99 wrote:
Tranquil wrote:Always read the " read this before you post " before you try advertising. :)

lesson learnt in this corner!
Same. So many different forums have different rules about this. Shame you can't link to other forums who could back up your reputation.
now that would be interesting

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by KN0BBY » Sat Jan 14, 2017 4:17 pm

Aaah, I was wondering why the post I made in for sale/wanted keeps dissapearing.
Should have read this first....I'll go try think of 9 more things to post about

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by Avion100 » Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:15 pm

Alun,

I'm making myself an ugly stick and wondered whether to make a few more if anyone wanted one.
BUT Just been reading the rules on selling and it might appear that it was a trade sale!
I’m a retired engineer and would be making them as a hobby. The cost would be the cost of the materials plus a small sum for my time and welding gas etc.
Accepting that all other rules for sellers were complied with, could you advise whether this would be allowed, or should I just finish mine and forget the idea?

David

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Re: Sellers - read this before posting up a 'for sale'

Post by Treadtrader » Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:47 pm

Avion100 wrote:Alun,

I'm making myself an ugly stick and wondered whether to make a few more if anyone wanted one.
BUT Just been reading the rules on selling and it might appear that it was a trade sale!
I’m a retired engineer and would be making them as a hobby. The cost would be the cost of the materials plus a small sum for my time and welding gas etc.
Accepting that all other rules for sellers were complied with, could you advise whether this would be allowed, or should I just finish mine and forget the idea?

David
As a hobby manufacturer that could be useful to other members go ahead.
Contact email dave@adventurebikerider.com or pm.

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