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2pt187
12-14-2014, 02:58 PM
Hello fellow DX'rs
Looking for an alternative to eBay? Tired of having your equipment removed or blacklisted on eBay? Safe and secure transactions on both bid and buyout auctions. We offer a great user control panel for both sellers and buyers. We have a small fractional commission at end of sale for sellers which is the cost of eBay.

Did you realize that eBay charges you 10% of the total sale of an item you list with them? They also charge insertion fees, final value fees, advanced upgrade listing fees and supplemental service fees. Now take a look at your options with CB Equipment Auctions. $0 listing fees, $0 insertion fees. CB Equipment Auctions only has a small fractional 5% commission fee with no other hidden costs. It cannot get any simpler than this.
We advertise all listings via social media and through email marketing with cb and ham radio operators as a target niche. CB Equipment Auctions also does NOT farm out your personal information to third parties and believe in user privacy. What are you waiting on head over to http://cbequipmentauctions.com (http://cbequipmentauctions.com/) and start listing equipment today! Be sure to help spread the word and happy listing!

Be sure to like and follow us on Facebook. All auctions listed are automatically uploaded to our Facebook page in real-time.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/CB-Eq...05747112895943 (https://www.facebook.com/pages/CB-Equipment-Auctions/505747112895943)




73's



CB Equipment Auctions

222DBFL
12-15-2014, 11:35 PM
Spamming your way through different forums I see. You are welcome for the free advertising! Now go Spam up some where else!!!

2pt187
12-16-2014, 07:23 AM
Pretty sure this is the "Forum/Site" suggestion thread. And I've posted two posts in two separate forums with niche related content. Not sure what this spam is you are referring to.

222DBFL
12-16-2014, 09:02 AM
It's when you come on here and your first post is about selling, buying. Or am I missing your first post. Read your own post dip shit, then re answer your own question about whether or not you are spamming. Good day.

2pt187
12-16-2014, 09:16 AM
It's when you come on here and your first post is about selling, buying. Or am I missing your first post. Read your own post dip shit, then re answer your own question about whether or not you are spamming. Good day.


Do you welcome all your new forum members this way or am I special?

222DBFL
12-16-2014, 09:21 AM
No sir, just not fond of those that join a forum and their first post has no merit or reason as to who you are and what you are really here for other than to help contribute to a site that helps buy/sell radio equipment for less commission. But anyway, enjoy the forum sir. I am not trying to argue with you, just pointing out the obvious. And I am sure others here have seen your posts on the "other forums". God Bless.

doughboy
12-16-2014, 09:52 AM
I have no problem with you advertising your site on here but I hope that's not a nulled copy of phpprobid running on it because full of security issues be careful there

222DBFL
12-16-2014, 10:31 AM
Doughboy I probably would not have said a word, but he has joined other forums recently and first post is the same as this one. Check out MD. I am sorry for the rant, but that's not cool IMO to come here and first post is/or seems like a sales pitch. I am not normally a bad mouther of new members and am quite a laid back person. Rant over. Again to the poster. God Bless and enjoy the site.

2pt187
12-16-2014, 01:52 PM
Doughboy I probably would not have said a word, but he has joined other forums recently and first post is the same as this one. Check out MD. I am sorry for the rant, but that's not cool IMO to come here and first post is/or seems like a sales pitch. I am not normally a bad mouther of new members and am quite a laid back person. Rant over. Again to the poster. God Bless and enjoy the site.

I am a member of two forums now. This forum and Mauldroppers just to clarify.

2pt187
12-16-2014, 01:52 PM
I have no problem with you advertising your site on here but I hope that's not a nulled copy of phpprobid running on it because full of security issues be careful there

I do not use phpprobid.

2pt187
12-16-2014, 02:15 PM
Not that I need to explain anything to you 222, or justify anything I post or websites I visit but let me give you a little background about myself. I am a one man crew on this project. I work 45+ hours a week on the graveyard shift to provide for my wife and kids in a local factory. I have been working on, around radios for the last 35 years and love the hobby in general. In my spare time I enjoy working on web design and creating websites. I had an idea a while back to create an alternative eBay website with a target niche of cb and ham radio equipment. I bought a domain name, paid for hosting, and it took me about 3 months to get functional to the point I felt it was ready to release. The only reason I created the site was because I have my Bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of DeVry and love building something I think is going to benefit others and watching people utilize what I have created. That being said I have expunged my resources and have little headroom for paying for advertisement so I try to take full advantage of forums, facebook groups, and other means of advertisement with a low budget. In 3 months being live users on my website have sold various radios and other equipment and all I have generated is a total of $9.54. I have spent hundreds so I'm currently in the negative. I hope someday the site will take off and fellow cb and ham radio operators will see the site for what it is and embrace what I'm trying to do. Nowadays there are so many scam artists out there it is hard for entrepreneurs like myself to even get my feet off the ground. In stead of constantly looking for the bad in people I suggest learning more about someone, asking questions, and possibly supporting a good cause from time to time. I hope you guys can find the good in what I'm trying to get up and running here and support my long rough journey ahead. 73's and 51's

JesseJamesDallas
12-17-2014, 08:36 AM
Not that I need to explain anything to you 222, or justify anything I post or websites I visit but let me give you a little background about myself. I am a one man crew on this project. I work 45+ hours a week on the graveyard shift to provide for my wife and kids in a local factory. I have been working on, around radios for the last 35 years and love the hobby in general. In my spare time I enjoy working on web design and creating websites. I had an idea a while back to create an alternative eBay website with a target niche of cb and ham radio equipment. I bought a domain name, paid for hosting, and it took me about 3 months to get functional to the point I felt it was ready to release. The only reason I created the site was because I have my Bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of DeVry and love building something I think is going to benefit others and watching people utilize what I have created. That being said I have expunged my resources and have little headroom for paying for advertisement so I try to take full advantage of forums, facebook groups, and other means of advertisement with a low budget. In 3 months being live users on my website have sold various radios and other equipment and all I have generated is a total of $9.54. I have spent hundreds so I'm currently in the negative. I hope someday the site will take off and fellow cb and ham radio operators will see the site for what it is and embrace what I'm trying to do. Nowadays there are so many scam artists out there it is hard for entrepreneurs like myself to even get my feet off the ground. In stead of constantly looking for the bad in people I suggest learning more about someone, asking questions, and possibly supporting a good cause from time to time. I hope you guys can find the good in what I'm trying to get up and running here and support my long rough journey ahead. 73's and 51's
For someone with a " Bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of DeVry" you ain't very smart or business savvy...

You say you work 45+ hours a week at some factory to feed the family, then at the same time your dropping hundreds of dollars building a web site, to sell a product that has not been popular for the last 35-40 years, and admit so far after selling several radios you have generated a whole $9.54 profit?

Apparently you didn't Graduate from DeVry at the top of your class...:pop:

2pt187
12-17-2014, 09:21 AM
Mock my education that is fine. I've been very successful with my degree and am happy with where I am in life. I'm pointing this information out to show that I'm not in this venture for the money and have taken a loss on the whole ordeal not because of my education failing, or that my business practices are faulty but because I love the hobby and find happiness in other individuals enjoying what I have to offer . I'm sorry that you can't embrace the message I'm trying to convey and that you feel the need to try and downgrade my education, purpose and can't find good in what I'm trying to do. I've given this thread a little background on who I am and what I'm doing in hopes that those in doubt or that are questioning my authenticity in what I designed understand that I'm just an average Joe with an idea and dream to reinforce a "product that has not been popular for the last 35-40 years" and help recirculate equipment and give people another outlet to put their dream station together.

JesseJamesDallas
12-17-2014, 11:51 AM
Well...good luck with your idea... IMO your going to need all the luck you can get to make it work... I wouldn't quit my night job tho.