Sales policies changes

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Scooterman

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We have switched over to Panjo Marketplace to help manage our sales forums. To create a new ad all you do as always in the the Sales forums create a new thread and Panjo takes you to their site to set up the page and then links it back to the thread you created. You are required by panjo to register but it is a one time deal, also you can use Paypal or you can bypass this with the link option provided for cash sales.
RF Registered users with 100 post & 90 days will have full access to the sales. New users will have limited access to the sales forums now they can make purchases but they aren't allowed to make sales until they meet the 90 day 100 post policy and we certainly will continue to not allow post padding and will enforce it strictly.
I believe this process is the simplest way to have both worlds, new users starting out can buy good used products and hopefully get a good start and encourage posting and asking questions etc on the forum.
I'll be revising the user agreement to these changes & update the sales stickies as required.


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Scott
 
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so new user that haven't met the requirements still cant sell even if they want to pay a small fee ??

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so new user that haven't met the requirements still cant sell even if they want to pay a small fee ??

the updated text is better....
I'm working on that but right now he can't. The marketplace guys are trying to accommodate us but it takes a while to iron out the bugs. So for now no, they will have to wait to Sell. Think about it, the biggest issues isn't new users signing up to Buy but rather new users signing up to Sell, these are usually the ones that cause issues and all they ever do is sell, which doesn't help support the forum. So it makes a big difference letting in users that are new just getting started and trying to figure out what they need to be successful. So trying out used equipment is their best option before purchasing new more expensive equipment only to find out it doesn't work for them. Give it time you'll see what I mean, this way is far better than anything we ever had.
 
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