Posted 24 January 2006 - 09:57 AM
- Start the title of you thread with one of the following tags:
[Deal] = You've found an amazing deal to share (We really like these!)
[Sell] = Something you're selling
[Buy] = Something you want to buy
[Trade] = Something you want to trade
[eBay] = Item for sale by author or found on eBay
[Hire] = You want to hire someone to do some work
- Be very clear about what you're selling. This means including all the important information, pictures, etc.
- If you're interested in buying something, PM the seller. Don't post "I want this!!!" in the thread. Just PM the seller.
- After an item is sold, the seller must make a note of it in the actual thread with a big SOLD marking in the thread. PM a mod to have them add it to the thread title.
- That's it! The OSx86 Project just provides this forum as a means for you to sell or get cool Mac stuff. We are not in charge of sales, and we can't ensure the safety of your purchase. If there is a problem with a sale, let us know and we'll see what we can do. If we catch you selling things without actually sending them (or buying without paying), disciplinary actions will be taken. We don't anticipate this happening, though, so just use common sense and you'll be fine!
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Posted 08 February 2006 - 09:50 PM
Oh, come on!! It's almost like you did this on purpose, Mash:
Great point Cyrana. And thanks for the watchful eye eggman.
Posted 17 April 2006 - 08:16 AM
I like the way that u display
Posted 28 May 2010 - 07:09 AM
Trying to sell, keep getting error!
This should be stickied. Also, you should have a [Deal] tag for good deals people find. Finally, I hope you didn't go back a year just to post this before the Marketplace even started...
Posted 17 May 2011 - 03:01 PM
If we catch you selling things without actually sending them (or buying without paying), disciplinary actions will be taken.
Just to remind that this very wise guideline seems to have been forgotten by some people.
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