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    Buyer/Seller Forum

    I think the addition of a buyer/seller rating forum would be great. That way there is a specific place to tell the positive/negative experiences we've had from purchasing equipment from people/businesses. Just a thought

    EDIT: The intention of the above suggested forum is not to bash buyers/sellers, but to retell the experiences, preferrably w/o being childish
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    I recommend we adopt/use an already existing method for this, which is used by many big forums (Anandtech for one, and many more), which is Heatware.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    I recommend we adopt/use an already existing method for this, which is used by many big forums (Anandtech for one, and many more), which is Heatware.


    Garry
    agreed errrrr seconded

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    we should definately have something like that here.
    its needed, specially for those who dont want to do anymore business here because of some bad apples.
    lot of good people on here selling good things, but it gets buyers worried when they see people getting trolled.
    my .02 cents

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    I agree...in fact when I bought a screen of Migel628 I just left good feedback in the thread. Most other forums that I frequent that have a buy/sell board also have a feedback board.

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