Classifieds Help Page
How to place an ad
To place a Classified Ad simply click on Place an Ad on the menubar above. If you don’t see that option then you need to log in. Only members of TDPRI.com can place or respond to Classified Ads here. Not a member? Simply register for the TDPRI forum, confirm your account and come back and log in to the TDPRI to use our Classifieds.
Ad doesn’t seem to upload
If you’ve entered your ad and added photos but when you submit the ad nothing happens, or you get a white page or it seems to work but you can’t find the ad then most likely your photos are too large. Edit your photos to less than 1000 pixels wide by 1000 pixels tall. And reduce the quality of your jpeg to make the photos less than 100,000 bytes each.
Uses TDPRI Email Address
When you place an ad here people will contact you about your item through your TDPRI Registration Email address. If this address is not up to date then you wont receive any of the inquiries about your item for sale. Click here to verify your TDPRI Registration Email address and to correct it if need be.
How to Edit or Delete an existing ad
If you need to edit or delete your ad after placing it, then click on the Ad Options/Controls Link in the upper right hand side of your ad listing. Then click on Edit Ad in Ad Control Panel. There you can add photos, change text or pricing and at the bottom of the form you’ll see a delete ad box. Another way to delete the ad is to Mark it Sold — go to the Ad Options/Control Link in the upper right hand side of your ad listing and click “SOLD”. This will cause your ad to be automatically removed in a day or so.
Marking your ad as SOLD
To mark your ad as SOLD — go to the Ad Options/Control Link in the upper right hand side of your ad listing and click “SOLD”. This will put a SOLD mark on the your ad in the Ad index and cause your ad to be automatically removed in a day or so.
Watch out for scammers contacting you
Crooks and thieves will most likely contact you about your item for sale. Be internet savvy! Scammers don’t know what you are selling and just refer to what you are selling as “your item” and they use non-standard US English and phrases like “advert”. Never respond to emails that sound funny. They are counting on you being so anxious to sell that you’ll ignore their obvious clues.
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