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Civvy Trading Post Rules (Please Read)

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Mike Bobbitt

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Acceptable Items
This section is for buyers, sellers and traders of non-military goods. If you're looking to sell military gear and accessories, firearms or ammunition, please post in the Buy / Sell / Trade board.

Unacceptable Items
Illegal or controlled gear are not to be sold here, and unacceptable items will be deleted.

Sold Items
When a sale has been completed, please edit the title of your thread to read "SOLD" in the title. This saves you from getting messages about an item you've already sold. Sold topics may be removed to help keep things clean. If you can no longer edit your post, please use the 'report to moderator' function and we'll update it for you.

Please, no retailers or commercial businesses. (See the advertising section for retailer options, or contact me if you'd like to enquire about having your own Equipment board.)

Post Formatting
It's important to use a clear and concise title for your post. The title should have three sections:

  • Post classification
  • Description
  • Price (optional)

You'll get a lot more interest if your post title is well formed. Posts that don't follow this format are likely to be ignored. The format looks like this:

  • Wanted - Item or Items ($price)
  • For Sale - Item or Items ($price)
  • Trade - Items for Items ($price)

In your title, be descriptive and specific. Some good examples:

  • For Sale - 5 disc JVC CD changer ($60)
  • Wanted - Working stove (Petawawa area)
  • Trade - Cigar Aficionado, Volume IX (all issues) for Smokeless Ashtray
  • For Sale - Multiple Items ($40 OBO)

Some bad examples:

  • I have a mag pouch for sale for 10 dollars
  • For SALE - Crests, Price lowered

Army.ca takes no responsibility for the accuracy of posts here, nor for the validity of any transactions conducted. Make sure you do your homework before you commit to a transaction, to save everyone grief.

Good luck and happy trading!
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