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For Sale Section Rules

1. eBay links are allowed, but anyone caught bumping up bids or encouraging others to do so, may lose their privileges to post in the classified section.

2. Admin and Mods have the right to delete any item for any reason they see fit. This is a free site but we're not here to see our members get ripped off.

3. If you buy or sell an item, 600RR.net will not be liable for anything sold or bought on the site... It's between the buyer and seller.

4. This isn't an auction site. Set your price for your item. No "Highest bidder" threads and no "make me an offer" threads allowed.

5. You must have more than 100 posts and been a member for 60 days to post in this section. (no post whoring either)

6. Any attempt to bypass the 100 post rule (like posting items for sale in other sections, using PMs to sell items, etc.) or blatant violations of the rules listed above may result in a permanent ban.

7. Buying a membership regardless of which one will not exclude any one from rule # 5. You will still have to meet that rule before gaining access to the classified section.

8. A picture of the item is required at the time of the posting. NO EXCEPTIONS. None of this "I'll post up pictures later" or "PM me for pictures". Your thread will be closed if there are no pictures.

9. For all motorcycle sales, a VIN# is required.

10. A sign must be included in picture of the item. The sign should have these (3) things; user name, 600rr.net and today's date. (This rule would eliminate a buyer receiving a part he/she bought and it not be in the condition the picture shows).

11. When you are selling several items or multiple items, like wheels or anything that goes in sets, pictures must be taken with each individual item by itself showing any damage.

12. Sellers are not allowed to require buyers to pay PayPal fees they would incur. Sellers should include that in their price. This also protects the seller. Reason being, if PayPal gets wind of sellers doing that, they can shut their PayPal account down.

14. SOP required for all classified ads. (Ex. FS: Akrapovic Slip-on Exhaust for 2005 CBR600RR ($450) - Las Vegas, NV).


Any questions contact one of the Mods, if we can't handle it we'll bring it up to an Admin.
 

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Changes to classified section...please read before posting

We have recently decided to add some rules to the classified section. This will be effect immediately.

1. A picture of the item is required at the time of the posting. NO EXCEPTIONS. None of this "i'll post up pictures later" or "PM me for pictures". Your thread will be closed if there are no pictures.
2. A price must be set at time of posting. No "make me an offer" pricing allowed.
3. For all motorcycle sales, a VIN is required.
4. A sign must be included in picture of item. The sign should have these (3) things; user name, 600rr.net and todays date. (This rule would eliminate a buyer receiving a part he/she bought and it not be in the condition the picture shows).
5. When you are selling several items or multiple items, like wheels or anything that goes in sets, pictures must be taken with each individual item by itself showing any damage.
6. Sellers are not allowed to require buyers to pay paypal fees they would incur. Sellers should include that in their price. This also protects the seller. reason being, if paypal gets wind of sellers doing that, they can shut their paypal account down.
7. SOP required for all classified ads. (Ex. FS: Akrapovic Slip-on Exhaust for 2005 CBR600RR ($450) - Las Vegas, NV).

All these rules in addition to the existing rules and requirements for classified section must be followed. If they are not, your thread will be closed. Please feel free to make any suggestions you may have.

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soo important he posted it like 12 times!

i like the rule change ;)
 

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We have recently decided to add some rules to the classified section. This will be effect immediately.


4. A sign must be included in picture of item. The sign should have these (3) things; user name, 600rr.net and todays date. (This rule would eliminate a buyer receiving a part he/she bought and it not be in the condition the picture shows).
Can this be added to the image using photoshop or does it have to be in the actual picture? thanks...
 

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Can this be added to the image using photoshop or does it have to be in the actual picture? thanks...
The sign must be part of the picture no photoshop that defeats the whole point of the rule. These new rules will be going forward no current posts will be affected.
 

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The sign must be part of the picture no photoshop that defeats the whole point of the rule. These new rules will be going forward no current posts will be affected.
THanks... i'll make my parts hold todays news paper as proof of life.. I kid, i kid.. .:crackup:
 

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I like the new rules except the picture with sign thing is a thumbs down for me. The rest is cool! Would it be fair if u post a pic of the item that that is how the item should arrive or else a refund is in order? So if i have a part collecting dust and i have a pic of it from 2 weeks ago i have to go to storage retake a pic just to post it even though i know it has no damage. Orif i get this right if 1 month later its still not sold and i decide to repost i have to go back to the storage again and retake a pic with a sign..

I guess what i mean to say is there any grey area with that rule?
 

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or better yet how about a picture have a shelf life like a pic of a item taken today is good to post for sale for 1 month for the pic/description to be current or accurate to still use that pic
 

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I like the new rules except the picture with sign thing is a thumbs down for me. The rest is cool! Would it be fair if u post a pic of the item that that is how the item should arrive or else a refund is in order? So if i have a part collecting dust and i have a pic of it from 2 weeks ago i have to go to storage retake a pic just to post it even though i know it has no damage. Orif i get this right if 1 month later its still not sold and i decide to repost i have to go back to the storage again and retake a pic with a sign..

I guess what i mean to say is there any grey area with that rule?
Thankfully I dont have to drive over to storage to do that for my parts... but I can see how that can be a PiTA...
 

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or better yet how about a picture have a shelf life like a pic of a item taken today is good to post for sale for 1 month for the pic/description to be current or accurate to still use that pic
I can live with that. AS LONG as the part is not being currently being used. Such as selling levers that are still installed on your bike and planning to take them off when you sell them.
 

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:spank: changes to classified section
:shakehand i'm happy with that compromise
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Honda 600rr clymer service manual
price: $10 shipping is $5 = 15 shipped
Shipping will include either tracking or at least delivery comformation number

Descrip:
Front cover ripped but the other pages are not ripped. Good overall condition minus front cover.

Payment accepted: cash in hand or paypal

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[A sign must be included in picture of item. The sign should have these (3) things; user name, 600rr.net and todays date.]
 

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Can you add a foot note to rule #5 saying sellers can not ask for buyers to send money as a gift. Seems like an easy way to scam buyers and I hear it a lot around here
i see the reason behind this suggestion, but i also feel like there should be an option for how someone sends the paypal payment.

for example: anytime i sell something i give the buyer the option of paying by sending the money as a payment for goods and then they also cover the paypal fee, or i tell them that they can send the money as a gift and that way there is no fee. i let them decide

i feel like people should be able to send money as a gift if they trust the seller. i've sent people links to my ebay feedback, my feedback on several other forums, and i've never had a single person give me negative feedback on ebay, other forums, or here. as a reward i dont pay the paypal fee because my past positive feedback lets people see that i am an honest seller.

perhaps a better solution would be that if the seller cannot provide adequate proof of being a trustworthy seller, then in that case they can't offer the option of getting money as a gift. but if the seller has a good track record, i dont think its fair to force the seller to pay paypal fee's when they can be avoided.

we are a community, and i sell and buy here because of that fact. if i wanted to pay fee's all over the place i would still use ebay for everything.

just my 2cents tho
 

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i see the reason behind this suggestion, but i also feel like there should be an option for how someone sends the paypal payment.

for example: anytime i sell something i give the buyer the option of paying by sending the money as a payment for goods and then they also cover the paypal fee, or i tell them that they can send the money as a gift and that way there is no fee. i let them decide

i feel like people should be able to send money as a gift if they trust the seller. i've sent people links to my ebay feedback, my feedback on several other forums, and i've never had a single person give me negative feedback on ebay, other forums, or here. as a reward i dont pay the paypal fee because my past positive feedback lets people see that i am an honest seller.

perhaps a better solution would be that if the seller cannot provide adequate proof of being a trustworthy seller, then in that case they can't offer the option of getting money as a gift. but if the seller has a good track record, i dont think its fair to force the seller to pay paypal fee's when they can be avoided.

we are a community, and i sell and buy here because of that fact. if i wanted to pay fee's all over the place i would still use ebay for everything.

just my 2cents tho
There is always the option of having the money sent as a payment. The buyer pays the paypal fee just as if the buyer was using Western Union, Money Gram, etc. That way the buyer can still file a dispute if needed and the seller get his/her asking price
 

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what about the vendors section...
i litterally get filled with hatred every time i see a post by rider discount absolutely never ever on every forum never posts a price..

tj is cool to deal with and has informative for sale post describing the item but damn always pm for price even for universal items thats its going to be the same price to everyone minus the shipping

that was boiling inside me and i had to say something or explode..

and another thing thats hurting me is people like my wife that want to wash plastic utensils ok ok u use a plastic fork to eat something then wash it.. wtf

Just use the regular fork if you are going to wash it.

ok i feel some relief now
happy thanksgiving
 
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