wiikey on ebay

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Apr 13, 2008

wiikey on ebay by dhh93 at 12:25 AM (2,101 Views / 0 Likes) 17 replies

  1. dhh93
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    Newcomer dhh93 Member

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    is there anyway i can put my wiikey on ebay?? i wanna sell it but idk if they will take it off? Its in like new condition, i bought it and realized that i dont have the solder skills for that, so i bought a key-clip and installed that. so now i wanna get rid of my wiikey.
     
  2. superrob

    Member superrob H4X H4X H4X!

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    Well if they take it off then youre just 0.20$ less..

    And how is the key clip?
     
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    great! i love it!!
     
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    Sell it on Craigslist. I sold one through there no problem.
     
  5. oxidus

    Newcomer oxidus Member

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    yeah use craigslist ebay will just remove it over and over as the ebay snitches and narcs are always out there to turn it over to ebay and have it removed. I followed r4's for a long time on there and they would make it a day tops and then get taken down same with old mod chips for other systems.
     
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    well craigslist removed it in less than 10 minutes.
     
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    damn thats unusual well i dont know what to tell you man maybe throw it up on the trading post here i know ebay will drop it though
     
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    Unfortunately, he hasn't got enough posts to his name to be able to list it for sale on the trading forum here.

    He needs over 100 posts.
     
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    Craiglist shouldn't remove it. I suppose it depends how blatant clear your ad is on what it does.. Make it a bit more ambiguous perhaps? Other venues: Kijiji? Don't even bother with eBay.. You won't get away with it, as I'm sure certain products are probably automatically flagged.. Especially if you're based in North America, there is almost no chance of getting through it.
     
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    Whoops my bad im new here wasnt aware of that rule but i guess if you dont know now you know and knowing is half the battle
     
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    ugh lol i guess im stuck with a wiikey
     
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    You could try and sell it on the Trading Forum once you have over 100 posts. [​IMG]
     
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    yes, i could. it would just take a while.
     
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    I guess you can bypass craigslist blocking by just saying "Wii accessory" and inside post a pic of your WiiKey (Or maybe even write down "WiiKey" on a piece of paper so people knows which modchip it is), and price.
    At least craigslist doesn't charge you for posting =P worth a try I'd say.
     
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    Thanks! I will thy that!
     
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    Craigslist doesn't take your stuff down. It's people who see the ads and flag it as inappropriate or miscategorized. Mine was flagged down once. It's about people being moody. But if you want it to survive, try this. Instead of going in games, put it in electronics. Just write Wii chip wiikey as the subject and in the body, write, New, never used, etc. and write wiikey for backups and imports.

    And if they flag it down again, just repost it.
     
  17. Defiance

    Member Defiance oh my god.. it's full of trading cards...

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    Yeah people that flag stuff are really annoying.
     
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    I think ebay system has got a bot which monitors for banned items and would get you to confirm twice before you post your item.

    I've tried to post "banned items" on ebay and the system asked me if I'm trying to post modchips for sale on ebay system which is prohibited by their TOS.

    [​IMG]
     

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