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Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE?

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irishred42

12-26-2017 19:01:02




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i'm from Wisconsin, every time I go to Photo ad, then click tractors only,
why can one person use up 20 to 30 ads with junk parts? Doesn't anyoneerer
Lmoniter the ad postings? Who do I report this to??? He also does the same thing on Craigslist!




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BarnyardEngineering

12-29-2017 04:29:10




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
Sometimes all a person needs is a little perspective to change their outlook on life.



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Jim Becker

12-28-2017 15:34:29




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
Yeah. When somebody is upset over something, nothing gets them to calm down quicker than telling them it isn't important and they should calm down. :)



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DoubleO7

12-28-2017 15:08:30




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
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Yet here yo are complaining about someone complaining and I am complaining about your complaining about others complaining.

And so we all have boring lives, LOL.



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BarnyardEngineering

12-28-2017 04:20:40




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
That is true, so he might not even be miscategorizing things.

IMHO find better things to have your apoplexy over.



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John M

12-27-2017 12:05:07




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
If you are changing the location to Wisconsin, you are getting ALL the returns for Wisconsin, not just tractors.



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BarnyardEngineering

12-27-2017 10:12:12




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
What has me scratching my head is why people get so worked up about others "breaking the rules." Ok, so do your civic duty and report them, but there's no reason to have an apoplexy over it.

That would probably be in the "Site Comments" forum, not in the IH forum, anyway.

Once you've reported them you've done all you can. Move on with life. It's up to the site admins, whether here or on Craigslist, to deal with, or NOT deal with, the offender as they see fit. It's THEIR site, not yours.

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eddie v

12-27-2017 07:36:09




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
Who really cares is your life that boring have to complain?
No one is perfect and life is precious rather spend the time I have on earth enjoying it god bless



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rustred

12-27-2017 07:28:55




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
wonder the same also, why advertize every little nut and bolt for the same machine separately.



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D Slater

12-27-2017 06:45:32




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
I just pass over and let it go. But the last time I read the rules it said no parting out ads, and maybe a limit on how many ads at a time. Don't know exactly what that means. Probably go to the site comments if wanting to report.



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jim warehime

12-27-2017 06:38:35




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
Been thinking the same thing.



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moll

12-27-2017 06:01:15




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 Re: Howdo I make COMPLIANT ABOUT AN AD ABUSE? in reply to irishred42, 12-26-2017 19:01:02  
Deep breath, life is short, remain calm.



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