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[mod]#1
This was discussed a while ago on here.

Apparently if you have a problem with the trade then report the thread to be reopened. :)
#2
totally in agreement with you-I only ask for my threads to be locked once buyer and seller have received and are happy with goods and have both left feedback for each other-seems silly to lock it while the trade/sale is still incomplete.
#3
Syzable
This was discussed a while ago on here.

Apparently if you have a problem with the trade then report the thread to be reopened. :)


Yeh has been discussed, mods are willing to unlock threads if problems occur, they encourage members to pm, saves bumps across the board.:)

All you get is people bumping threads with "received" "sent". Not anymore proof then pming the member in question.
#4
Adam2050;6713103
Yeh has been discussed, mods are willing to unlock threads if problems occur, they encourage members to pm, saves bumps across the board.:)

All you get is people bumping threads with "received" "sent". Not anymore proof then pming the member in question.

But the more "advanced" sellers get the thread locked anyway, after the buyer puts "item received" etc. So it would only be like one or two bumps, on a sale thats already completed!
banned#5
Lulu'sMammy;6713155
But the more "advanced" sellers get the thread locked anyway, after the buyer puts "item received" etc. So it would only be like one or two bumps, on a sale thats already completed!


Thats one or two bumps that are completely detrimental to the other members who are trying to sell their items.

As previously stated, we will always open a thread in the event of a trade dispute. With the overwhelming majority of trades being concluded in a satisfactory manner we feel there is little to gain by not closing threads when requested.
#6
Ok then, thanks for the quick reply. As always ASB your on the ball....good lad :)

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