Rules are rules.
Congrats on #100!No way around it. It's fun logging on daily and chatting with the watch family. Actually. This makes #100 for me
A bit off topic, but agreed. Totally buyer-centric. I've stopped selling there entirely. Their fees aren't based in any reality that I'm aware of, and now sellers are required to process payment through FleaBay internally, so more rolled in fees. I've gone Chrono24. 6.5%, legit watches, no guesswork.Ebay is great for buyers, not so much for sellers. Just my $.02
yup Gotta do it right here... kinda like ordering soup on that certain episode of Seinfeld
Surprised no one noticed this solid example of how to get to 100 quicker ... I kid I kidOops, meant to add, I've had great luck selling on eBay and chrono24.. this will be a great platform to sell once we hit that 100 post milestone though!
I think that's kind of the point, to discourage people who only want to sell here, that's not what WUS was designed for. Selling is a perq for people who have decided to spend some time here. Who knows, you might be a really good reddit matchSame boat here my friend! Been on here for a few years but didn't feel qualified to comment, just was trying to learn. Maybe that's my own insecurities at work. But yeah, 100 posts seems high. I would consider myself a pretty active Rennlist user for the last 5+ years and I'm only at about 180 posts. In my humble and worthless opinion, 100 posts encourages noise and wrist-check threads more so than it encourages quality posts while discouraging people from just using WUS as a platform to enable their flipping habits. But hey, I guess there's always reddit for people like us. shrugs
At this rate, I'll have a pretty sweet lineup of things to sell when I crack 100 posts in 2027 🍻!