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I got this response for a bike I'm selling. It seems pretty generic. Personally, I respond to an add with something mor like... can you tell me more about the Honda?-Thoughts? I saw your ad, Do you still have it? I am available to meet tomorrow at 11:00. Can you meet me tomorrow? My email is <firstname.lastname@example.org
Personally I will not do business buying or selling without talking to the person on the phone. This allows one to at least get a feel of who they may be dealing with. If someone refuses to allow me to call them or them call me, I don’t trust them, period!
I tell you I HATE talking on the phone! I am in no way the younger gen, but after spending most of my work life working dealer parts and being on the phone almost non stop for 50 hours a week, Im more then happy to text and email! That being said between FB market, and Craigs list the last few times ive sold something its been a real PITA. A easy 10-1 red flag replies. I have a lot of stuff I want to sell, but frankly I just dont want to deal with it a lot of the time.
Scammers out there, but the good people outweigh the bad. I'd respond via craigslist mail and see where it goes. Other than people being no shows when it came down to the sale, I've only had good experiences buying and selling parts, cars, motorcycles over the years, be it old school classified adds, pennysaver, e-bay, craigslist, etc.I have seen a ton of scam ads though.
Whatcha got man?!?
Everyone has different experiences. I've communicated with Craigslist responders entirely by text after they have established a trustable dialog via Craigslist's anonymous email. I really don't wanna talk to them, waste of my time. Their asking if it has sold yet is a totally logical question to pose. I've asked the same when I'm interested in an item.
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