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Discussion in 'Comments & Feedback' started by shovenose, Jan 11, 2013.

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  1. shovenose

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    you have to be a member of the site for at least 14 days, plus maybe a couple other things, before you can post in the B/S/T forum.

    edit: quid is one of the ways the UK refers to its currency, like we will use "buck"
     
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    Just PM him. Don't start a new thread
     
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    A quid is a British pound, which means the buyer is from the UK. The card you found is in Michigan, so it probably won't work.
     
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    this was more of a general question that that in specific. what is your problem?
     
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    Easy. There is nothing wrong with him advising to pm the member, its what should be done.

    As for why it won't allow it. Likely because you are new and posting a link the server is rejecting it. Funny thing is that most times it will throw the post into our moderation queue and we can approve it...but I see nothing in that thread.
     

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