Got Something to Sell?
Posted 15 August 2006 - 01:39 PM
Please note that members should exercise caution when engaging in transactions with other members over the internet. TreasureTrooper shall at no time be liable for lost money, property, time, or any other damages stemming from the use of this subforum. There are no guarantees that you will receive any item or money that another member may be promising.
I'd recommend only doing business with forum members that have been around awhile, and that you know you can trust. That being said, what "junk" do you want to sell?
Instructions for posting:
As of 2/5/07, you must have been a member for a month and have at least 50 substantive posts that geniunely contribute to the community in order to start a topic and sell something. Even within these rules, however, mods/admins have discretion as to what will (and won't) be allowed.
New threads in this forum must have the item name in the topic title. The details and asking price should be located in the topic body. Any other topics in this forum should be moved or deleted. If you are the opening poster, please post "ITEM SOLD: CLOSE TOPIC" after your item has been sold.
Secondhand Treasures is a privilege that I instruct my mods to extend at their discretion. Nobody owes you the right to post there. The purpose of the 50 post limit was to ensure that people didn't come in here just to scam our members. Yes, this has happened in the past and that is why we are more proactive about who can post in there. Coming in and quickly elevating your post count to 50 for the sole purpose of auctioning off items is not going to be acceptable. This TT auction forum was designed to be used by more veteran members of TreasureTrooper that have been around for a while, and whom others know and trust.
Posted 22 April 2007 - 09:16 PM
Posted 02 June 2007 - 08:53 AM
Posted 20 October 2007 - 07:33 PM
This space is made available exclusively for TT forum members to sell to and buy from other TT forum members. We do not allow eBay listings to be posted here, and with the exception of a few that slipped through the cracks when this subforum was first created, we never have.
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