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Old 06-07-2010, 02:44 PM   #1
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Posting in for sale section

It's says i don't have permission to post a new thread in the for sale section. Any reason for that?

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Old 06-07-2010, 03:08 PM   #2
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Here are the destructions:
Forum policy - check in here before listing something!

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Thanks to the efforts of the Administrators and Forum Owner, we are blessed with a new and improved For Sale section. They have made this thing fool proof and easier to deal with. You'll notice the presence of a new "Prefix" drop down. This is where you list the state in which you live. The forum is now geared to NOT post up your ad if you fail to include your state in the prefix field. This makes it easier for perspective buyers and takes a ton of pressure off the staff. I just wanted to thank those who worked their collective cans off for this! You guys rock!

Please read the following Forum Policy:

This area of WranglerForum is reserved for selling personal items, here are a few basic rules/guidelines that you should follow, as well as some tips to help you with your selling item.

* Personal Sales Only!

No person shall sell any item on behalf of a business. If you are a business and would like to advertise your goods here - please consult with one of the site administrators first! Any company selling items without prior permission will have their offending threads removed.

* 4x4 related Parts Only!

We're not here to buy soiled matresses! This is a Jeep site, and thus Jeeps are the point of interest here. If you feel a special need to post something non-4x4 related, consult with a forum leader first. Items that would be ok are things like suspensions, coils, leafs, engines, transmissions, transfercases, frames, bodies/tubs, etc.

* Include the state (or country if applicable) from which you will be selling in the title of the thread

Some people like buying local stuff so they can pick it up the same day and make the exchange in person! Include the state in the title of your thread to make things easy. Remember - nothing seals a deal like a handshake!

* People love pictures!

Blind buying makes people somewhat skeptical - if you can, or if appropriate, include some photos of what you're trying to sell

* How am I paying?

Cash? Money Order? Paypal? A herd of sheep? Let everyone know how you'd like to exchange funds.

* So how much ya want?

The infamous "Make offer" statement can drive some people crazy. Even if you're looking at an offer - we all know you're expecting at least something, give us a ball park figure, and slap an O.B.O. (Or Best Offer) on there! If it's free, then of course let everyone know that too

Also please when your item is either sold or you no longer need what you are looking for, please post a reply stating "sold" so we can take care of the thread. We would like to keep our for sale section clean so that people know when something is posted that it is either still for sale or wanted by someone. We will do our best to delete threads I know of that are no longer valid.

You must have at least 15 posts in the forum to be able to place a for sale post.

Failure to follow the rules of this forum WILL result in removal of your thread.

If you're having trouble finding your thread it's because it has been deleted. Any violation of the rules of this forum will result in complete removal of the thread. You will not get a warning, a PM or a friendly email. It gets removed from the forum.

Keep in mind, this section is here as a courtesy to our active members and forum supporters.
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