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So I listed my 21 Zero sr on cedar rapids craigslist and right after the ad popped up I received 4 text right off the bat, it is posted with phone calls only, no text or email, I give the scammers credit, they are relentless.LOL If anyone here is interested it's on cedar rapids ia craigslist, or just want to talk about it pm me and we will talk the pro's and con's about bikes in general Bruce
Terrible! Yes, craigslist has really become really bad as of late...So the question is: "What does the forum think is the best and most reliable place to sell a motorcycle these days?" cragslist? - Cycle Trader? - eBay? - BaT? - The Guzzi classifieds? - A For Sale sign in your driveway? - An ad on the grocery store billboard? - Facebook? - Other?
If you clearly state your sales terms on c/l like "include your phone number or I willl delete" and don't offer your phone number to play text games up front, you can eliminate 99% of the junk replies before they even happen. I've had more met sellers that were liars, bums and thieves on FB MP than anywhere else, almost to the point I don't go there anymore. Seems sellers on FB are far more likely to waste my time than any seller on c/l. Never sold anything on FB. I only use c/l.The past 18 months was a very good time for getting things I wanted and needed via both of these venues. The quantity of good stuff (that I want) has diminished greatly in the past few months. I think it has more to do with supply amd increase demand than anything else. There are only so many (for example) desirable old bikes and machines left out there. The ones that are will probably cost more now. real deals and great finds do still happen, but they're gone in minutes. So unless you're on there all the time, you'll never see them.
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