A "For Trade" Section

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A "For Trade" Section

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As I dont have the funds to keep every watch I've ever bought I often prefer to trade rather than sell.

At the moment I'm looking for a V1 C60 Titanium with Chr logo (the stealthy one).I have a C60 Bronze 43mm for a straight swap or a C60 Chrono (Beast) for a part trade. Problem is I have no intention of just selling either of them so can't put them on the Sales section as that demands a price.

I think a trade section would be useful, but what do You all think???

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Re: A "For Trade" Section

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia »

If you put WTT, Trade Only or FSOT in your post header it should be recognised.

We will discuss it in the Admin Team, however.

Thanks for the suggestion.
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Re: A "For Trade" Section

Post by Kip »

As AVO has stated above should work. i would only remind you that you need to have an asking price regardless. This establishes the value. You can be more specific in your description of what you are willing to trade for.
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