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    Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 11:57am
Hoon already threw out some ideas for structure... this section is purely for you all, so make it as you wish...
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keep it honest, clean and up front.
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I agree with hoon, being honest is good, on description most importantly. Like letting people know of any issues, how many times used, sizes, etc. Also posting pictures will be great.

Now not sure if you can do it, but maybe make a thread showing how much the major shipping companies average shipping costs are. Not sure if it can be done like I said, since everyone lives in different areas, but it helps refraining people from always asking how much shipping costs would be if we had a handy reference. Maybe it could be solved too if the seller gives their City, State, And Zip code, so you can calulate it on UPS or FedEx's sites

Otherwise great idea for sure Clap

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 12:35pm
we need some way to let people know who is a reputable seller.  seems like someone got screwed with in the good karma thread already Ouch.  maybe a vouching system where people can give praise to those they have dealt with or know personally.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 12:48pm
yeah, but that will be kind of hard at first gsrrr. I mean I am sure the regulars would not play anything dirty. But still, too many new people and even random people on a given day can make an account or post something either for sale or to buy. Sadly it's still at your risk buying sadly Disapprove
 
Hey Airik, not sure if any Skiiers would post, but I am in the look out for some skiier stuff too also. Maybe post a forum there to or try to attract them too at the sametime?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 2:13pm
Originally posted by JeffSoSavvy

yeah, but that will be kind of hard at first gsrrr. I mean I am sure the regulars would not play anything dirty. But still, too many new people and even random people on a given day can make an account or post something either for sale or to buy. Sadly it's still at your risk buying sadly Disapprove
 
Hey Airik, not sure if any Skiiers would post, but I am in the look out for some skiier stuff too also. Maybe post a forum there to or try to attract them too at the sametime?

Hey Jeff, when'd you pick up the Rossi gear?

Oh yea, as for structure.  Item, year, condition, times used, any issues, etc.  Be nice to have some sort of rating system... not quite like Craigslist where you can at least meet with the person beforehand.  Don't want folks being screwed.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 2:19pm
location would be nice. locals can meet up to check out the gear.
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the best you can do is get pics, ask questions, and get a feel for the seller and buyer. even ebay and craigslist are not foolproof.

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Once the  gear is sold.. update/edit the heading  to Sold
and lock the thread to prevent necro posting.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/06/2007 at 7:48pm
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Hey Jeff, when'd you pick up the Rossi gear?
 
I've been reading and watching them for about 3 months now. I got the bindings first about a month ago, I didn't have the money to get the board with them, so I waited a bit. I got the board 2 weeks ago after I paid off the my car insurance. Sort of a treat to myself I guess.
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Originally posted by Flipboarder

Once the  gear is sold.. update/edit the heading  to Sold
and lock the thread to prevent necro posting.
good idea.
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i've mentioned that before but no one listened to me Confused
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i've mentioned that before but no one listened to me Confused


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/19/2007 at 2:03pm
Maybe a minimum post count for selling someone.  Yes, this coming from a new guy.  This way you only get people who aren't just signing up to sell something, and are just as likely to never visit the forums again.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/21/2007 at 4:28pm
Originally posted by natrab

Maybe a minimum post count for selling someone.  Yes, this coming from a new guy.  This way you only get people who aren't just signing up to sell something, and are just as likely to never visit the forums again.


thats not fair. imagine if ebay was run like that.

just have people with good reputations receive the product/get the money first before shipping or paying.



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/21/2007 at 1:44pm
Originally posted by gsrrr

location would be nice. locals can meet up to check out the gear.


agree
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/18/2007 at 8:31am
If someone's providing a link purely to an ebay auction or a craiglist ad at the very least it should say so in the title or be removed. One thing that bugs me about a lot of sites I'm on whether for sneakers, OS BMX or snowboards is when the 'For Sale' section is just full of ads for people's ebay auctions.

I've not got a problem with them being on, but it'd be better knowing it's an ebay link before actually clicking on it and wasting time.

Anyway just my random thoughts Smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/01/2008 at 1:42pm
i have been a member of different message boards.  You can employ post count systems, vouching, etc. but if a scammer wants to scam, they will go to no end for this.

Best thing is always use common sense. Ask for references (non aim) such as ebay, etc.
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I just made a purchase off of the classified thread on the 156 banana. (same one with the personal craigslist listing that everyone changed around)  I will update here as to how the complete transaction went.  We did our transaction through paypal.  If the merchandise isn't received through the paypal transaction the buyer then files a complaint and then paypal researches it and if the sellre is at fault, paypal pulls the money from the sellers account on file.
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I know my statement isn't exactly what you guys are trying to get to but I just want it to be known who is reputable so far, as to why I'll chime in later in the week when I get my banana. 
 
As for how to show who is reputable, I don't have a clue on how that'll work.  Maybe a star rating with feedback like ebay.
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Here's my update.  Very trustworthy, great price, and fast shipment.  He described exactly what I received.  He sent more detailed pics before the purchase and the pics actually didn't do the board justice.  I love it.  I finally got my banana and mounted my flow m11's.  Just can't ride because I'm in freakin Florida.  Cry
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Oh, the seller is shop_1336.  (same guy selling the rome 390's)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/02/2008 at 7:34am
hey guys,

just want to add:

there's a site called heatware.com which is simply a feedback site that other forums use for their classifieds (kind of like ebay feedback). there's a dropdown to select which forum you made a transaction...i'm sure heatware could add SS to the list.

it doesn't make anything safer, but you could use it to build some reputation as trustworthy.

I've done a number of craigslist transactions non-local..It's definitely risky..but i have to say; people on the most part are good & i have yet to be screwed.

these would be my tips: ask alot of questions & ask for actual pics.

Ask about condition to expect- rate it from 1-10, scratches/damages, anything you should know about.

Ask for ebay feedback, or heatware if they have any. I found this site which will display only the negative ebay feedbacks:
http://www.toolhaus.org/cgi-bin/negs

Payment by paypal leaves a nice electronic trail at least. Try to deal with people with "confirmed address" in paypal. Ask for someone's full name, address & phone number. You can look up their info..if the info is right; then you know they're not lying (& you have a door to knock on if need be).

I suppose you can even call each other to finalize deals..get vibes on each other...

Ask for tracking #..it protects both the seller & buyer.

That's all i can think of for now.
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If your scared of getting screwed dont sell on here??

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imo there should be ratings for people who sell via the classified section.
People who are verified purchasers from the seller should be able to access a little rating system, where they're rated up or down and it reflects somewhere by their avatar.

Verifying users could be as simple as a seller adding a buyer onto some buddy-list-type thing, and the buyer confirming. It's not perfect, but it works better than a one-way addition (and links could be provided to the posts proving purchase intent or something).

Then the exchange forum should be split up into Buy / Sell / Trade sub-forums to clean it up a bit more.

Conditions of gear should be maintained (on a scale 0-10) and photos are a must

Tracking #s required.

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you should break it down into regions so locals can meet. make sure youre getting your money's worth
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/23/2008 at 6:37pm
Originally posted by romanenko

you should break it down into regions so locals can meet. make sure youre getting your money's worth


yeah, its called craigslist.



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Originally posted by romanenko

you should break it down into regions so locals can meet. make sure youre getting your money's worth
yeah, its called craigslist.


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Pictures and Honesty!!!!

I know it would be hard but if there was a sort of security or insurance policy that would really help

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yeah, but that will be kind of hard at first gsrrr. I mean I am sure the regulars would not play anything dirty. But still, too many new people and even random people on a given day can make an account or post something either for sale or to buy. Sadly it's still at your risk buying sadly Disapprove
 
Hey Airik, not sure if any Skiiers would post, but I am in the look out for some skiier stuff too also. Maybe post a forum there to or try to attract them too at the sametime?


Like jeff said that would be hard at first. but i think there should definitely be some sort of rating system like amazon or ebay. personally if there is not a rating system set up then i'll probably just refrain from buying stuff from any new members just stick to the veterans
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Or you can have a middle man system with like a reputable member or even a crew?
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Either use a middle-man system or don't get involved at all. The staff takes risk in supporting a "seller rating" system. It just depends on how many man-hours you can devote to maintaining an honest classified sub-forum.

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so is there a rating for sellers on this site?
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i hope i can find good deals here!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/19/2009 at 9:39am
Originally posted by danemeyer20

so is there a rating for sellers on this site?
it'd be nice just to have a feedback thread or something?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/23/2009 at 11:00am
other forums I've been on have their feedback, referrals in their signatures

works pretty well that way I think
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yea also make a list of people who are good confirmed sellers that you can trust as a buyer
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/14/2009 at 10:35am
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yea also make a list of people who are good confirmed sellers that you can trust as a buyer
 
possibly a list of all the users who scam people as well 
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Originally posted by Keats0206

yea also make a list of people who are good confirmed sellers that you can trust as a buyer
 
possibly a list of all the users who scam people as well 


Hmm Ill make one? Just post below it and ill keep updating it!
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good call on the scam list. 
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Check out anandtech's for sale / trade thread section

http://forums.anandtech.com/forumdisplay.php?f=19

They pretty much have gotten most of the kinks ironed out.

Hope that helps.
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Best way is to implement a feedback system, require the use of paypal, ensure everyone knows their rights in regards to mail fraud, require pictures, no more than one thread open at a time (unless approved by moderator) once items are sold ask for thread to be removed.

I know on other sites I have been on people have sent cash in the mail, however, it would be at your own risk. I know no way is foolproof, but every step should be taken to ensure the safety of everyone on the board.

Also, no private information should be given out such as: telephone number, address etc...
The private information pertains to people you do business with, and to not give out any information they give you in regards to your exchange/sale.

Anyone who scams someone will have their account banned or suspended, depending on the situation.

Require the thread title to include items such as: FS (for sale) WTB (want to buy) FT (for trade)

Always have prices.

I will add more if I think of anything more.
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Please, please, please be aware of who you're paying/trading with on here. 

sourphish just had a thread about trading/selling giftcard dollars here (he somehow had more than $3,000 and was questioned about it in the first two posts of his thread).  I'm unsure of how many users actually traded with him, but any and all orders that we were aware of and caught that were using his giftcard dollars have been canceled.  Hopefully not too many got sucked into this, but please make sure that the people you trade product or money with have some people to vouch for them HERE. 

Please use your discretion and if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

**For those who were dealing with him and were speaking to him through PM, his account is no longer accessible for him, so here's the info he left in his previous thread:

Ebay as "sourphish" - http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=sourphish&ftab=AllFeedback
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