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    Suggestion for classified ads

    Selling Parts in the Classifieds
    A few simple guidelines to help us along.


    • Members will have to have made over 25 posts before you can sell or create a new post in the classified sections. And your posts need to contributory, not just replies to run your post count up.This is being done to protect our members so please consider contributing and participating in the forums before using the classified sections.

      ATTENTION!!!
      IMPORTANT NEW REQUIREMENT
    • The HIN and Motor serial number must be listed in the sale of any ski, hull or motor. Photo evidence of this is required in the ad. Failure to post this will result in the ad being pulled.
    • Please post F/S (for sale) or WTB (want to buy) in your title.
    • Please post Year, Model and Description of parts for sale. Pictures and Price go along way too.
    • Cross Posting and Spam, Please do not duplicate your thread, especially in other sections. Duplicates will be deleted.
    • Posts should be positive on sale threads, anyone unnecessarily discrediting or posting negative stuff will have the posts removed. Lets be fair people.
    • No piggybacking or cutting in on someone else's FS thread, start your own.
    • Bump your thread no more than once a day, multiples will get them all deleted.
    • No Auctions, lotteries, drawings, Games of chance etc. Auctions is what ebay is for.
    • We do not allow skis or hulls without titles or paperwork to be sold here.
    • We do not allow sales or solicitation for titles only here.
    • Please post only Parts in this section no Skis (there is a section just for these), bare hulls are considered parts.
    • If you sell your part please state it on the thread.
    • All threads that reach 60 days without activity are automatically deleted.
    • Follow through on your sale or purchase. Green Hulk.net is a tight knit group and a bad reputation will haunt you forever, Green Hulk members have great memories.
    • The unwritten rule's of conduct: If somebody says "Dibs" or they "want it" or "will take it" it is customary and expected to give them first chance and so on in order. Playing favorites or excluding someone will get you a bad rep and that will hinder future sales. This must be done on the open forum, pm's have caused too many issue and should be used for trading personal info etc. Keep it Fair
    • Overseas shipping. We have lots of members here from overseas and they buy just like the rest of us. I have dealt with many of them and shipping is not as much of a hassle as some say. I use the Post Office which has been the least expensive. If you do not wish to ship overseas state it. If you are a buyer from overseas let the seller know upfront. This will help from having misunderstanding's
    • No dealer or commercial sales without authorization of the Site owner Green Hulk (Jerry Gadis) send him a pm he can be very accommodating.
    • No Sales of information only packages if it is a secret, then keep it to yourself.
    • Forum Rules http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=8474
    • Scamming, misrepresenting, non payment for parts received, parts delivered that do not meet the description etc. Basically do not pass crap on to the membership, post the faults let people make a decision with their eyes open. Follow through and treat others how you want to be treated, failure to do so or intensionally defrauding someone can result in your membership being terminated.
    Thanks to everyone for their cooperation.
    Please feel free to suggest anything, improvements are always welcome and encouraged.

    Edited by OsideBill: 12/15/10 added HIN and S/N rule



    HOW ABOUT MAKING A RULE THAT WHEN U HAVE MULTIPLE ITEMS FOR SALE ALL POSTED AT THE SAME TIME EACH SELLER KEEPS HIS PARTS ON ONE THREAD THAT WAY IF YOU HAVE 8 PARTS FOR SALE THAT SELLER DOESENT PUSH EVERYONE WAY DOWN THE LIST LOL.

    JUST A COURTESY THOUGHT


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    COURTESY THOUGHT Should be the seller realizing what he is doing and not do it and put all his crap in one post.

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    thats sounds good and dandy i know im new here but been browsing here for awhile. i have seen alot of people jumping around and attacking other members. i also seen people being ripped off and the same people still are selling on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    COURTESY THOUGHT Should be the seller realizing what he is doing and not do it and put all his crap in one post.

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    Welcome to the forum btw!

    Quote Originally Posted by seabobber View Post
    thats sounds good and dandy i know im new here but been browsing here for awhile. i have seen alot of people jumping around and attacking other members. i also seen people being ripped off and the same people still are selling on here

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    You guys are brain dead requiring photos of hin/vin to be posted
    Once you post a photo on the web it there forever! And you know some bad guys will know where it’s easy to find hin/vins
    Anyone dumb enough to send money for a ski/motor without some proof of owner ship is crazy
    You can’t fix stupid

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    There is a very good reason for the requirement to post HIN/VIN numbers. The owner of this site does not want this site be used for selling stolen goods, period. There are tons of skis stolen and either the skis recycled or parted out. Having the VIN conspicuously shown here will deter a thief from selling here.

    Having a VIN number in a photo is absolutely no use to a "bad guy" down the line. Why do you think this? The requirement has nothing to do with proof of ownership, it is to expose potential stolen goods.

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    And a photo of a VIN is useless
    if the web is full of VIN photos
    There is a reason no other site requires them
    Another bad idea that only helps out the bad guys
    You must think every thief is an idiot to post a hot vin

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    You haven't answered why you think this requirement helps out the bad guy. Please explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidoochris View Post
    And a photo of a VIN is useless
    if the web is full of VIN photos
    There is a reason no other site requires them
    Another bad idea that only helps out the bad guys
    You must think every thief is an idiot to post a hot vin
    If you're not comfortable with posting the HIN on the open thread I believe they've said they're more than happy to allow you to just PM the pic directly to the moderator for verification, problem solved.

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