NOTICE: Delete Posts for Sold Items

Discussion in 'Scopes, Optics, Sights, Rings, Bases Etc.' started by Forum Boss, Jun 10, 2010.

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  1. Forum Boss

    Forum Boss Administrator

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    If an item has sold, or if you're taking it off the market, you are REQUIRED to edit your Advert Topic Title to show "SOLD" or, better yet, delete the Advert Topic.

    Way too many advertisers use these free classifieds but don't bother to remove their ads. It is the Advertiser's responsibility to remove his/her listing. THIS MEANS YOU!

    If you don't know how to delete your ad topic (upon completion of the transaction) then READ the rest of this message and you will LEARN!

    How to Delete your Advert (Remove Topic)
    As the person who started a topic (your advert), you can remove the entire thread very easily.

    Be sure you're logged in, then Click the 'Delete' line in the FIRST POST.


    Deleting the First post in your ADVERT will delete the entire thread.

    CAUTION: Please do NOT remove the thread until the Seller has received his money and the Buyer has received his product. You may need to refer to the thread to remember the terms if the item gets lost.

    FORUM BOSS
     
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  2. HFV

    HFV Silver $$ Contributor

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    How does on go about finding a post, w/o going down the list. Thank you
     
  3. TheSnake

    TheSnake Silver $$ Contributor

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    You can see all your posts by clicking The Profile option just under your name on the top left of the screen, then choose Summary. When the page populates, choose "Show posts" Under your name under the Summary section and you will see all your posts. Click on the one you want to delete and follow the Boss instructions above.

    You can also do a forum Search and enter the message subject, text or even search for all messages with your name.
     
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