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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-17-2007, 10:39 AM
Randy Chase
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I was not a big believer in this as policy and even more doubtful for non-Lotus sales. However recent threads have convinced me that this rule is a worthy compromise. I was wrong and Jen was right. As Matt, and probably most of the other moderators.

If you are reading a for sale thread, there is ABSOLUTELY NO REASON to post that the price is too high.

But wait.. maybe the person is clueless and needs to be straightened out and you are just the person to do it? Then PM the seller. That would work right?

If you feel you HAVE TO publicly post to everyone why the price is too high, then question why you could not do that privately. What is your motivation?

Allowing the slamming of the seller and the seller's prices is not going to happen. I will remove those posts and if it continues, I will deal with the poster.

#somethingwickedthiswaycomes... the new Origin Noble M and the Origin 7

Zenos E10S for Sale! www.zenosforsale.com

There are some very shady dealers in the Lotus business.

2005 Lotus Elise, 1993 MR2, 1995 MR2, 125cc Shifter Kart, Toniq (in build), 2018 Origin 7 (waiting), 2018 Origin Noble M (waiting)
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