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hopefully this is a good place for a noob question, I didnt see a forum dedicated to strictly noob stuff, so I apologize if im wrong in posting here.

My name is Matthew, and I am a new member to this forum. I've visited regularly, but I decided to join in order to post an ad for the sale of my 17" macbook pro. I reviewed the rules, and stuff, but I am unable to post a FS thread. Is this because of my newb status? perhaps I have to have a certain amount of post before I can create a FS ad?

I understand the security precautions, just need to know what i can do so I can make my thread. If a mod would like references or more of my information, Im more than happy to supply it. I can also forward you to another forum which I have been a reputable member of for a very long time. My ads are posted on craigslist, my other forum, facebook and stuff like that...but I was told this is a great place to sell it.

please get back to me, thank you.

this is what i get when i try to make a FS thread



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Basically you must be an established member here to sell stuff. Why would anyone want to buy from you when we have no idea who you are?

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I think Eric559 pretty much covered this one.

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