Post by armymedic7588 on Jan 27, 2015 12:04:05 GMT -5
I know the ladies on the CD board do a fairly regular swap thread and we have some great outcomes from it! But for other general toy/clothes/things that you can buy used I think we should have a swap board for those items. Anyone have interest in something like this? I don't remember if there was one on TB or not... just a thought though!
(FYI... thought of this cause I'm looking for a new or gently used snow suit for my 9 month old DD. I know a lot of things are on sale at the time but I still hate the idea of spending money on something we're only gonna use a handful of times, if that. So thinking of a board for things like these kinda items)
Post by armymedic7588 on Jan 27, 2015 18:21:34 GMT -5
theophania I understand your concern for that. I know that's a possibility, but I think it's possible for individual boards too. But it's just a thought. I know it works well for CD board... was hoping for a more form wide thing though. I think we could do really well with it! Is there anyway we could do something to prevent scamming or something? Was just kinda thinking out loud sorta when I suggested this haha!! Maybe I'll check with my BMB and see if we would like to do one on our own. But I'd still love to see one site wide someday!
There was a swap board on thedump, and they used PB to create a sort of member review/feedback system. Newbies had to pony up (whether buyingorselling) first. It was mostly coupons and shutterfly codes for postage stamps, IIRC.
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