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Old 02-05-2015, 02:14 PM   #15
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I don't know anyone that pays full price.

Then you've not been approached by those type of scammers. They're out there. I was approached once.
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Old 02-07-2015, 09:02 AM   #16
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I don't know anyone that pays full price.
Where private Classified ads are concerned, I've paid full price a number of times, because the seller under-valued their item and I knew the real-world price.

When I advertise things, I price them at a Buy it Now price instead of adding 5-10% only to discount. That places my ads on the lowest end of the scale and I get things sold quickly. With Classifieds, do your homework.

Also, with high-value items that are being bought from afar, accept Only bank/bank wire transfers or Cash. Money orders and Cashiers Checks can be forged easily.
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I am sure its just me, but a diesel doesnt get "gas mileage".
It gets "fuel mileage".

Hope that helps and good luck selling a nice looking coach!
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