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Clarification of Rules for Trading Sub Forum


ksolis01
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I would like clarification if threads under the trading sub forum having to be fully independent. I've made multiple threads before about my auctions and seen a couple of other users do it as well. I would like to know if this is a firm rule going forward as I was a bit surprised of my threading getting locked as they've never been locked before.

http://forums.backpack.tf/index.php?/topic/58089-no-min-bid-unusual-auction/

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You will probably find the mod is just making a name for themselves. If independent means that you cannot use links to other sites then the mod is doing half a job. half of the posts in this forum advertise and link to other sites......

http://forums.backpack.tf/index.php?/topic/58092-quickselling-unusuals/For example is using outpost to list the prices.... and is still active. Think you can just assume the mod is a half a job harry trying to make an impression on the interwebs

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You will probably find the mod is just making a name for themselves. If independent means that you cannot use links to other sites then the mod is doing half a job. half of the posts in this forum advertise and link to other sites......http://forums.backpack.tf/index.php?/topic/58092-quickselling-unusuals/For example is using outpost to list the prices.... and is still active. Think you can just assume the mod is a half a job harry trying to make an impression on the interwebs

http://forums.backpack.tf/index.php?/topic/58092-quickselling-unusuals/&do=findComment&comment=567201

Well now. I am going to report the mod for abuse then.

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It's not mod abuse. Trading threads are for advertising trades and gathering offers. Yours is just a link to an auction, there is no offering via this site even useful here. Use the status updates for that.

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