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Old 01-10-2013, 03:07 PM   #21
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Of course! I always haggle to less than I wanna pay to! That way when I cave for "only" $50 less than they originally wanted they feel they won. I'm a people pleaser
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Where are the classifieds? Can I do it from my phone app? Does it have a fee?
Up top- no fee
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My problem is I can only accept cash.......unless my butt crack is secretly a card reader?????
Cant answer that
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No PayPal? That would be a very easy way to do it on here, despite their stupid fees. I think you need a computer. There's a classified subsection up top

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Ok I'll check my computer when I get home. I don't have PayPal. I could probably accept a check but until it clears my bank I ain't shipping.

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Ask for a cashier's check or money order. Its as good as cash but only YOU can cash it

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Oh good point. Never dealt with either of these before. What's the difference between a cashiers check and a regular check?

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And a money order for that matter.....who wants to tutor the young ling on the delicacies of finance?

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Google it ya lazy bastard

Nothing much to a money order. A person goes to their bank, tells the bank teller how much money to take out in a money order. The bank prints it up and its as good as cash. Should be accepted at any bank because its basically a printed check directly from another bank.

BAsically you dont have to wait for it to clear, its instant cash thats already been withdrawn from someone;s account

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And a money order for that matter.....who wants to tutor the young ling on the delicacies of finance?
Personal checks are only good after they're cashed
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And a cashiers check is similar to a money order I assume?

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And a cashiers check is similar to a money order I assume?
Better IMO-
Its guaranteed by a bank-
Course you can get a MO from a bank to soooooo-
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