|To:||"RICHARD GEORGE" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "amps" <email@example.com>|
|Subject:||Re: [Amps] Amplifer that was for sale|
|From:||Alek Petkovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Tue, 02 Nov 2004 16:52:38 +0800|
Forget ebay, go to http://swap.qth.com/|
It's much better to deal with someone who's prepared to put their callsign in the ad. The prices are set and you don't have to wait many days to buy something, only to be outbid at the last minute.
Although I've had some bargains over the years, I've had it with ebay and don't usually bother looking there more than once a week.
73, Alek VK6APK
At 10:50 AM 2/11/2004, RICHARD GEORGE wrote:
Interesting experience. I tried to sell my Collins 30 L1 last week on ebay. Every time I listed it Ebay pulled it off saying it was not permitted. In my 2nd listing I stated for sale to licensed ham only and that it was not a CB amplifier. At that time there were 3 other Collins 30 L1 amps listed and closing. Also there were at least 50 genuine CB type amplifiers for sale that did not get pulled. I have contact ebay on this but doubt to here back.
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