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#1
http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/ft-macbook-white-unibody-late-09-mo/795111

probably 50 other threads. Less feedback than me. I said ill upload pics if something decent comes along. A noob questions me. I dont mind if its bumped by proxy so you can lock it.
banned#2
MarzBarz,

You're offering a high value item not in perfect condition. Use a bit of commonsense and have some respect for the other members who's threads will be demoted by the expected request for such info.


As for other threads, we're happy to review and action accordingly. Thanks for the report, but really, put your priorities into meeting our request.


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Nov 08, 2010 00:34: typo
#3
The guy wasnt interested at all. I wasnt going to post the macbook cos i want the buyer to see it hence why i didnt put postage information. Theres no way of me taking a picture of scratches on this apple macbook as its white!

Edited By: MarzBarz on Nov 08, 2010 00:35: ...
banned#4
probably just because its such a high value

EDIT beaten to it lol

Edited By: colinsunderland on Nov 08, 2010 00:36: x
#5
Ive probably traded thousands of pounds through the forum. TBH i find it offensive not being able to be trustworthy. Never had a problem. I usually make the condition worser than it is so the buyer is left happy.
#6
I said if the trade was going forward collection only, and i said ill upload pics if i like the laptop being offered.
banned#7
MarzBarz
I said if the trade was going forward collection only, and i said ill upload pics if i like the laptop being offered.


And I said, have some respect for other members with valid listings. Members do request pics for high value items and certainly when the OP claims the item not to be in great condition.

Commonsense approach required Marz.
#8
Ok cool im sorry.

Can you please lock the thread.

Thanks

BFN
MB

Edited By: MarzBarz on Nov 08, 2010 00:44: ...
#9
Agreed, its common sense to post pics first and inevitably going to encourage (unfair) bumping by not doing so - and then you further this with belittling other members (noob) and throwing a hissy fit.

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