75 posts needed to create Ad or ClubWRX Member. Weekly Pinned Ad fees. Users Please Close your Ads

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  • HackerDad78HackerDad78 Members Posts: 499 ✭✭
    I'm a total noob, but I think the requirements system weeds out a lot of scammers. Yes its tough if you want to just join the forums and list your wares, but it makes me feel comfortable looking to buy knowing that everyone with listings is connected to the site in some way. I got ripped off on eBay last year. First and last time I'll buy clubs there. I'm looking forward to contributing more to the forums and listing my first ad once I've met the 75 post requirement.
  • TeeTeeTeeTee Members Posts: 351 ✭✭
    Just to be clear..



    You must first pay $5 to post



    Then another $10 per week to pin



    I just sent $10 up the ladder to pin my newest ad, but I think I needed to send the $5 first ?





    Thanks guys...



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  • Matt5161Matt5161 Matt5161 Members Posts: 133
    Sounds Right!!
  • caseyc1caseyc1 Unregistered Posts: 2,556
    you dont have to pin your add, paying 10 makes it pinned to the top of the page.
  • seany boseany bo Members Posts: 603 ✭✭
    do you have to have 75 posts to add a want to buy topic? How do you add that anyway?
  • dawgfan03dawgfan03 Members Posts: 288 ✭✭
    I have been a member for going on 6 years. It amazes me how little I have posted and just lurked.
  • dawgfan03dawgfan03 Members Posts: 288 ✭✭
    But now in order to get my posts up to 75 I am going to have to work hard to get to 75. image/smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
  • r8ted_vrpr8ted_vrp Members Posts: 392
    This may be a dumb question but what exactly does the $10 fee for the pinned ad? I am looking to sell some irons and would love to sell them on here. Thanks for the reply!
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  • RedbirdRedbird Members Posts: 2,233 ✭✭
    Joe W wrote:


    This may be a dumb question but what exactly does the $10 fee for the pinned ad? I am looking to sell some irons and would love to sell them on here. Thanks for the reply!






    Gets your add stickied up at the top. Meaning it won't trickle down and eventually end up on the second page. I'd make a FS add let it ride for a few days and if get no nibbles, then pay to have it pinned.
  • awalk21awalk21 Members Posts: 126 ✭✭
    Working on getting 75 posts - It's a lot but I think it makes sense.
  • pianoman0123pianoman0123 Members Posts: 292 ✭✭
    Trying to get there as well... I am not certain as to what exactly constitutes a post though... I've replied to several topics yet my post count remains low... so do you actually have to start a thread for it to count as a post??? I also agree with the rules... with all of the scammers and counterfeiters out there this is absolutely necessary.
  • shotgunbillshotgunbill Members Posts: 356
    Even though I'm a new member and have some things I would like to sell, I like this system too. When it

    Comes time for me to buy or sell, I'll feel more

    Comfortable doing so.
  • csalle01csalle01 Members Posts: 362 ✭✭
    Seems fair enough to me. I am trying to get away from selling my clubs on eBay since the fees are becoming ridiculous. This site seems to be a perfect place to sell my clubs
  • csalle01csalle01 Members Posts: 362 ✭✭
    Do you get credit for a post when you reply to a forum topic?
  • zigcdnzigcdn Unregistered Posts: 79
    These rules are fair, thanks
  • BeeManBeeMan Members Posts: 446 ✭✭
    Working on mine also, I think once you buy enough stuff and you have a good rating you could sell. Just a thought
  • BeeManBeeMan Members Posts: 446 ✭✭
    I've also made 5 posts and my post count hasn't moved
  • t2green2t2green2 Members Posts: 16
    csalle01 wrote:


    Seems fair enough to me. I am trying to get away from selling my clubs on eBay since the fees are becoming ridiculous. This site seems to be a perfect place to sell my clubs






    Exactly what he said
  • upnortupnort upnort Members Posts: 126 ✭✭
    Did'nt have enough posts yet, so I sold 2 hybrid heads on ebay. Ended up making a grand total of $14 after all the fees and shipping. The 75 post rule is very fair.
  • csalle01csalle01 Members Posts: 362 ✭✭
    I do have 75 posts so i believe I don't have to pay the 5 buck fee. Also, it's my understanding that I do not have to pay the 10 pin fee but then my add may be dumped down to next page. So I can pay the 10 bucks to bump my add to top???

    Is that correct?



    Also is there a form to pay the 10.00 dollars and who do I pay it too
  • dbadger7dbadger7 Members Posts: 79
    Hopefully this requirement will weed out some of the scammers and undesirables!
  • imazephedimazephed Master of the obvious Members Posts: 133


    Trying to get there as well... I am not certain as to what exactly constitutes a post though... I've replied to several topics yet my post count remains low... so do you actually have to start a thread for it to count as a post??? I also agree with the rules... with all of the scammers and counterfeiters out there this is absolutely necessary.




    Same here I am working on 75 post myself.
  • imazephedimazephed Master of the obvious Members Posts: 133
    Under my name when I post the count is different than when I go to my profile. Is that normal?
  • erik11erik11 Members Posts: 154
    imazephed wrote:


    Under my name when I post the count is different than when I go to my profile. Is that normal?




    I just noticed that mine is too. Maybe it has something to do with posting WTB adds?
  • Jserna01Jserna01 Members Posts: 19
    I like the change, when I was going through the classified. seemed like all the equipment was just being sold to make money, thought this was created to just further assist golfers.
  • Pickdaddy16Pickdaddy16 Members Posts: 178 ✭✭
    Good rule. I like it.
  • cody0623cody0623 Members Posts: 239
    How often can you post something for sale?
  • GoothGooth Members Posts: 189 ✭✭
    These rules seem fair. Looking forward to getting to 75 posts so I can post in the BST free of charge!
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  • GoothGooth Members Posts: 189 ✭✭
    +1



    Driver: TM M4 10.5* / Evenflow Blue
    Fairway: Ping G20 15* / Ping TFC Tour Stiff
    Hybrid: Cleveland Launcher DST / Diamana Redboard stiff
    Irons: Callaway Apex Pro 4-PW / KBS Tour V stiff
    Wedge: Cleveland CG 15 52* / DG S400
    Wedge: Cleveland CG 15 56* / DG S400
    Wedge: Cleveland CG 15 60* / DG S400
    Putter: Scotty Mil-Spec Newport
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