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with all due respect, I personally don't see a problem here. It took a lot of work to highlight each item - which I believe it was intended to aid potential buyers in their search, and not to maliciously bump everybody down. A lot of sellers list only one item, so they use as much space as every item he listed, if he had used 20 different identities we wouldn't have noticed... maybe my logic is flawed, but I"ll give the guy the benefit of the doubt.

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I put my belts on sale last night, and I usually advertise them at most two or three posts, and came few hours ago to see what is happening, I could hardly find it. There were 20 posts by Draco02. I do understand his parts are quality and he provides a good service community but it doesn't make sense to me since he can put all this stuff in, say 2-3 posts at most, allowing few people also to get their chance. After so many multiple posts, other adds gets buried down, and once they go to the second page, chances are low that somebody will see them. It is called courtesy. I do not ave any problem with anybody here at FAQ, but don't like this kind of practice. And, I do have the privilege to express my opinions, liked or not.

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I put my belts on sale last night, and I usually advertise them at most two or three posts, and came few hours ago to see what is happening, I could hardly find it. There were 20 posts by Draco02. I do understand his parts are quality and he provides a good service community but it doesn't make sense to me since he can put all this stuff in, say 2-3 posts at most, allowing few people also to get their chance. After so many multiple posts, other adds gets buried down, and once they go to the second page, chances are low that somebody will see them. It is called courtesy. I do not ave any problem with anybody here at FAQ, but don't like this kind of practice. And, I do have the privilege to express my opinions, liked or not.

Huh??? We are complaining about the FREE ads? If your buyer is too lazy to go to the next page then thats crazy. I prefer seperate ads....I HATE when a guy says LOTS of parts...and I have to look through them and see if its anything worth my time...Here I can scan down..if I want something, I click...if not I move on...Oh and the board has a great way of telling people if there is a new post on that page since the last time they loaded it. Again if they are too lazy to hit the next page link to see if there is good stuff on that page also then dont blame other sellers. Just because they have lots of parts to sell...also if you have 20 items, and you want to do a nice ad and represent each one...you know how long it may take you to do it at once? What if your computer crashes? You internet connection quits? The FAQ logs you out? etc...sounds like you want a guy to make YOUR life easier and go it of HIS way to do it...If you dont get something sold, repost it. I have found in the few times I have sold things it has nothing to do with how long it stays n the first page. Its the chance someone needs what you are selling. One item I had sat in the first page for a week...not one response...reposted it 2 weeks later and instantly got 5 emails. Its timing. To call someone who sells great stuff at a good price and gives advice and help to others a piece of crap is out of line...I'm surprised at you Esty....I wouldnt expect this from you.

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I put my belts on sale last night, and I usually advertise them at most two or three posts, and came few hours ago to see what is happening, I could hardly find it. There were 20 posts by Draco02. I do understand his parts are quality and he provides a good service community but it doesn't make sense to me since he can put all this stuff in, say 2-3 posts at most, allowing few people also to get their chance. After so many multiple posts, other adds gets buried down, and once they go to the second page, chances are low that somebody will see them. It is called courtesy. I do not ave any problem with anybody here at FAQ, but don't like this kind of practice. And, I do have the privilege to express my opinions, liked or not.

Huh??? We are complaining about the FREE ads? If your buyer is too lazy to go to the next page then thats crazy. I prefer seperate ads....I HATE when a guy says LOTS of parts...and I have to look through them and see if its anything worth my time...Here I can scan down..if I want something, I click...if not I move on...Oh and the board has a great way of telling people if there is a new post on that page since the last time they loaded it. Again if they are too lazy to hit the next page link to see if there is good stuff on that page also then dont blame other sellers. Just because they have lots of parts to sell...also if you have 20 items, and you want to do a nice ad and represent each one...you know how long it may take you to do it at once? What if your computer crashes? You internet connection quits? The FAQ logs you out? etc...sounds like you want a guy to make YOUR life easier and go it of HIS way to do it...If you dont get something sold, repost it. I have found in the few times I have sold things it has nothing to do with how long it stays n the first page. Its the chance someone needs what you are selling. One item I had sat in the first page for a week...not one response...reposted it 2 weeks later and instantly got 5 emails. Its timing. To call someone who sells great stuff at a good price and gives advice and help to others a piece of crap is out of line...I'm surprised at you Esty....I wouldnt expect this from you.

man you are so right, I can't believe we are complaining about FREE ads!

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I put my belts on sale last night, and I usually advertise them at most two or three posts, and came few hours ago to see what is happening, I could hardly find it. There were 20 posts by Draco02. I do understand his parts are quality and he provides a good service community but it doesn't make sense to me since he can put all this stuff in, say 2-3 posts at most, allowing few people also to get their chance. After so many multiple posts, other adds gets buried down, and once they go to the second page, chances are low that somebody will see them. It is called courtesy. I do not ave any problem with anybody here at FAQ, but don't like this kind of practice. And, I do have the privilege to express my opinions, liked or not.

And that is a completely appropriate way to express your opinion. (In my opinion.)

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