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Byrd Man
I'm in the process of selling off my PS3 with a buncha extras. I was wanting to post the info here, but didn't know if there was a specific section for that, or if it was not allowed.

Some forums don't allow that I know.
Jack 1000
Hi Byrd Man,

Sure, put it in the General (Non Boxing) Section. I'm cool with that. A couple of lines of description for each item(s) may help, but is not required. Seriously, if you are REALLY looking for something to sell, I would recommend Craig's List. www.craigslist.org It is safe, secure, easy to set up an account, and you can sell/buy and browse within your local city. I have relatives and friends who have had great success with it. Oh yea, the ads are free and you can run them for 45 days. I strongly recommend them. Unlike say E-Bay, Craig's List is localized to your own community, so you don't have to pay to have things shipped out.

My own personal recommendation would be not to use an ISP based e-mail when you sign up. Get a free web-based mail account if you don't already have one from either Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, or Google G-Mail, and use that for your correspondence with Craig's List.

PS. Note that it is a .org and NOT a .com extension.

Jack

Administrator

PS. Will move this to the non-boxing section tomorrow, I just wanted to make sure you see this.
Byrd Man
QUOTE(Jack 1000 @ Aug 25 2008, 05:34 PM) [snapback]401882[/snapback]
Hi Byrd Man,

Sure, put it in the General (Non Boxing) Section. I'm cool with that. A couple of lines of description for each item(s) may help, but is not required. Seriously, if you are REALLY looking for something to sell, I would recommend Craig's List. www.craigslist.org It is safe, secure, easy to set up an account, and you can sell/buy and browse within your local city. I have relatives and friends who have had great success with it. Oh yea, and the ads are free and you can run them for 45 days. I strongly recommend them.

PS. Note that it is a .org and NOT a .com extension.

Jack

Administrator


Thanks. Yeah I have it on Craigslist as of a couple days ago but so much has gotten posted since then that it's almost on the second page and they don't allow you to repost it immediately or anything.

I'll post it in the General Section. Thanks.

Byrd Man
http://www.fighthype.com/community/index.p...mp;#entry401885

There's the post. Thanks Jack.
Jack 1000
QUOTE(Byrd Man @ Aug 25 2008, 04:36 PM) [snapback]401883[/snapback]
Thanks. Yeah I have it on Craigslist as of a couple days ago but so much has gotten posted since then that it's almost on the second page and they don't allow you to repost it immediately or anything.

I'll post it in the General Section. Thanks.



Sure,

You should also check your e-mail account that you used when you signed up for Craig's List. You get automatic responses to your ads. Just click on the message notifications from Craig's List in your inbox to see all inquires about your ads. You can than reply to the potential buyer or seller with whom you want to respond.

Jack
Byrd Man
yeah I've used CL for awhile now. I have my live.com email set up with that, and the only two responses I've gotten so far are both scammers. Out of state people need you to ship it, and they'll pay MORE than you asked for. lol
hitman harding
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