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To avoid being ripped off

Discussion in 'What Happened To My Want Ads Area?' started by WorrGlock, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. WorrGlock

    WorrGlock

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    Have the forum admin apoint several transition brokers (People that everyone knows and trusts) have the two parties send their items/money and after inspecting the said item he/she sends them on the way to their new owner. and we slip the broker a couple of bucks for their trouble.




    I played paintball for years and used Palmers pursuit shop several times for this type of thing.




    It costs a little more in shipping and time but think of the BS it would elimitate.



    Just a suggestion




    :patriot: :thumbsup:
     
  2. The Pontificator

    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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    Administrator: "Pontificator, I'm appointing you merchandise broker for all GT transactions."

    Pontificator: "But I don't have time. There are hundreds, perhaps thousands of transactions every month!"

    Administrator: "You'll accept the job...and you'll like it!"

    Pontificator: "Yikes!"
     

  3. WorrGlock

    WorrGlock

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  4. HuntingGuy

    HuntingGuy Show me 10-8.

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    Sure would be a waste of shipping $ - most of the products here are just a little under retail, therefore we buy them. Add in a broker fee, 2X the shipping.. You'd be better off going to Gander Mountain or somewhere and buying it.