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    This Kid Needs Practice Bill Clements's Avatar
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    Default Posting Ads In Classifieds

    I have a Canadian friend who is trying to post an ad and is having difficulty.
    Before I walk him through the process, is it necessary for him to register on the website?
    I can't seem to find a post/thread on the topic.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Posting Ads In Classifieds

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Clements View Post
    I have a Canadian friend who is trying to post an ad and is having difficulty.
    Before I walk him through the process, is it necessary for him to register on the website?
    I can't seem to find a post/thread on the topic.

    Thanks in advance.
    There is no relationship between the Forum and Classifieds. One is in no way dependent upon the other for reasons of security and privacy. If someone is unable to use them their email or IP address could be in a database of spammers which would prevent them posting, or they are just unable to fill out forms properly. Asking the general membership at large won't provide anyone the answer. That individual would need to contact the Cafe through the proper channel. There's a Contact link at the bottom of every page on the site.

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    Default Re: Posting Ads In Classifieds

    Thanks for clarifying this for me.
    His ad was posted successfully.
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    Default Re: Posting Ads In Classifieds

    Well. I learn something every day, or try to. We just see the surface, for which I'm grateful.
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