Classifieds

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Posting Rules for Classified Advertisements

When you post an ad for something to sell, a service that you offer or something you're looking for please bear the following in mind:


  • Where appropriate, prefix your ad title with the city/town that you are advertising from. This makes it easier when people scan the ads.
  • Remember to include contact details with your ad. Visitors cannot email you (if you are a member) through the forum, only other members can do that. So you need to supply as much information as possible for people to contact you regarding your ad.
  • Please notify the forum moderator or administrator when an ad has expired or is otherwise to be considered complete. We can then close it and prevent any further responses.
  • Remember to check back here from time to time - some people may respond to your ad with a reply on the forum!
  • Ads for commercial ventures, i.e. one that is part of your primary source of income need to be posted in the Commerical sister forum to Classifieds.

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