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  • Mike Wilson
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    Post a new Classified Ad

    Below are some images that will take you through the steps to place a classified ad.

    Remember that in classified forums that replies are not allowed so please let members know how to reach you. You can ask them to PM "Private Message" you or maybe post an email address or phone number to reach you.

    First thing you need to do is be sure you are logged in
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    Next you need to select the classified topic that is appropriate for your topic.


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    Then Click the New Topic Button
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    Fill in all the fields and then Click POST button.
    To add images you can click the Camera Icon at the top left of your text screen or you can use the advanced editor or attachments button.
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    If you have any other questions you can click the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of any page to reach us.

    Sincerely

    Mike

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