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    Classified Ad Guidelines

    Classified Ad Guidelines
    Important Note:

    The Family Woodworking Classified Ads forum is for non-commercial use only. It is intended for use by forum members to buy and sell woodworking-related tools, supplies and services.

    It is your responsibility to determine the trustworthiness of the folks you are dealing with. The Administrators and Moderators make no warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the quality, condition or suitability of any items sold here.

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    Last edited by Darren Wright; 12-07-2011 at 09:09 PM.

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    That rule is very similar to what I see on other forums I belong to. But, I have always had a problem with the distinction between 'individuals' and 'business'. Most of us make a few dollars with the survivors of our shavings. Some even collect sales tax, etc. But to call a hobbyist a 'business' can be a real stretch. So, where is the line?

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    frank, for now........and maybe always? it`ll be the person postings own good conscience.....tod
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    Quote Originally Posted by tod evans View Post
    frank, for now........and maybe always? it`ll be the person postings own good conscience.....tod
    Sounds good to me. Sometimes a loosey-goosey system is better than hard and fast rules.

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    I agree with Tod...and I think if we notice someone is getting carried away selling the same products repeatedly here, we'll simply have a chat with them and ask them to dial it back a bit.
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