FS:Ebay - 16 Chrome wheelnuts to suit many applications

Discussion in 'Vauxhall Parts For Sale / Trade' started by FrankG, Nov 25, 2004.

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    FrankG Guest

    FrankG, Nov 25, 2004
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    jeremy Guest

    jeremy, Nov 26, 2004
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    FrankG Guest

    Hi Jeremy

    I am sorry if I offended you.

    I was unaware that was not ethical to post links to newsgroups that might
    help someone.

    I added the FS to the front of my post to indicate that it was something for
    sale, maybe I should have added FA, as it is an Ebay auction

    I am selling these as I do not need them for my vehicle.

    Someone may find them very useful and get themselves a bargain.

    They do fit many vehicles as M12X1.50 and 60° taper seat is very common

    I am not a Trader, just a private seller

    If you have any further issues, reply

    Thanks

    FrankG
     
    FrankG, Nov 26, 2004
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    Tone Guest

    Piss off Frank and read up on newsgroup rules and charters

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    Posts from anyone at @privacy.net are killfiled and deleted before being read,
    as are most posts from anonymous remailers.
    So dont bother
     
    Tone, Nov 26, 2004
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    jeremy Guest

    Your post, FrankG would have been ok if restricted to just the newsgroup
    free.uk.adverts.cars.
    However, you have crossposted to seven irrelevant newsgroups. Your post
    is not informative or helpful, nor are you asking a question. Take a
    look at how many items are for sale on ebay uk and just imagine what the
    newsgroups would be like if each of these items also had eight newsgroup
    postings to go with them.
     
    jeremy, Nov 26, 2004
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    FrankG Guest

    OK point taken

    I will read the newsgroup rules and charters

    Thanks for the advice

    FrankG
     
    FrankG, Nov 27, 2004
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    Homer Guest


    It's not just Usenet charters you need to worry about. You also agreed when
    you signed up to eBay that you wouldn't spam Usenet, doing so is risking
    your hard earned 99 feedback should people decide to report you.
    http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/new/usenet-policy.html
     
    Homer, Nov 28, 2004
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    FrankG Guest

    It's not just Usenet charters you need to worry about. You also agreed
    when
    I did not realise that was their policy. I had not come across that before

    You see it all the time on newsgroups, people posting links to Ebay

    Thanks for pointing it out

    FrankG
     
    FrankG, Nov 28, 2004
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    Johnny Guest

    Also Frank, apart from the fact you shouldn't really have done it, the
    header ought to have read FA: not FS:
     
    Johnny, Nov 28, 2004
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    FrankG Guest

    "> Also Frank, apart from the fact you shouldn't really have done it, the
    I realised that just after I sent it. Doh !

    I have seen quite a few Ebay auction links on the uk classic car newsgroup

    They never seem to get flamed

    Maybe they tolerate it more in that ng

    FrankG
     
    FrankG, Nov 28, 2004
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    Johnny Guest

    Just less saddo netcops probably, although links to others ebay auctions
    pointing out something interesting are not the same thing.
     
    Johnny, Nov 28, 2004
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