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Jeez. The web sure is a shady place these days.
"These" days? Ummm, to me, it seems it always has been.

You might see if you have a nextdoor.com or similar site in your local area. Of course, your "reach" to potential buyers will be greatly limited but the risks of getting ripped off are less too.

Our local police station has 2 parking spots that are under constant camera observation for the safety of all involved, providing a great place for the swap.

Then TPU has a its own Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway forum. but it has its own limitations too, in terms of trust, shipping fees, etc.
 
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"These" days? Ummm, to me, it seems it always has been.

You might see if you have a nextdoor.com or similar site in your local area. Of course, your "reach" to potential buyers will be greatly limited but the risks of getting ripped off are less too.

Our local police station has 2 parking spots that are under constant camera observation for the safety of all involved, providing a great place for the swap.

Then TPU has a its own Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway forum. but it has its own limitations too, in terms of trust, shipping fees, etc.
Depends who you're dealing with I guess. Never had real issues in the past. Just seeing more and more con artists hit online market places, not that it's anything new. It's just the fact they know how the system works and exploit it to the max leaving others to pay for it via increased fees.

No local trading places here in the U.K, it's all geared towards online sales. Boot sales were vanishing before Covid now they don't exist any longer.
We used to have Computer fairs, again all gone. So, I'm left with either the Bay or Gumtree.

Yeah I just signed up for Heatware but I see it's mostly for people based in the U.S.
I used to use AVFORUMS to sell a few yeas back but the begging from some members put me off.

I'll take a look at nextdoor.com, thanks :)
 
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Depends who you're dealing with I guess. Never had real issues in the past. Just seeing more and more con artists hit online market places, not that it's anything new. It's just the fact they know how the system works and exploit it to the max leaving others to pay for it via increased fees.
I agree. But I would suggest there are more and more con artists simply because the Internet keeps growing and growing. That means more con artists and more inexperienced users to con.

And of course, there's always the recent, highly overused, catch-all, universal excuse we keep hearing these days to explain everything bad; COVID-19. :(

No local trading places here in the U.K

That's a big blanket statement that I am pretty sure, like all blanket statements, is not accurate.

The UK is a big place. I lived in East Anglia for quite a few years.

I am NOT talking about swap meets, boot sales, computer/consumer electronics shows and fairs, etc. I am talking about where the individual seller and individual buyer have already arranged the sale and have agreed to meet some place to complete the transaction. This place is used so neither party has to reveal their home address. Often church or store parking lots, fire or police stations are used - some public, well lit, exposed place where a buyer won't bop the seller with a bat and steal the goods, or where the seller won't bop the buyer and steal his or her cash.

The safe places I am talking about are established by local towns and communities. While there may not be anything like that in your community, pretty sure you cannot speak for every city, town and village in the UK.

This is were nextdoor.com comes in. You join the group for your local area. So only people who live in your neighborhood and surrounding area are in that group. I am not saying nextdoor.com operates in the UK. But hopefully there is something similar.

If you have no luck finding a buyer, I would urge you to search out an electronics recycling center [hopefully] near you. These facilities properly recycle and dispose of these materials in an environmentally safe manner - keeping the abundant hazardous waste found in electronics out of landfills and our water supplies.

The recycling center in my area actually pays us for the aluminum, steel, and recoverable precious materials found in electronics. Of course it is pennies on the dollar (or pound in your case) but better than nothing. I cleaned out a basement storeroom and was paid $80. Now I have a nice guest bedroom. :)

The hard part was simply parting with all that stuff I was saving because I knew I might need it someday. So far, no regrets.
 
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I agree. But I would suggest there are more and more con artists simply because the Internet keeps growing and growing. That means more con artists and more inexperienced users to con.

And of course, there's always the recent, highly overused, catch-all, universal excuse we keep hearing these days to explain everything bad; COVID-19. :(
I'm old time Bay user of 18 years. I've watched how the world connected over the years, and with that people's attitudes changed.
Once a safe place to do buisiness and chat with people about anything, now turned into another faceless machine.
Then we have all the economic woes, people out of work, professional con artists that no longer have to kick your door in or climb through your window to steal your possesions etc etc..

I agree Covid-19 has been over used, it slowed the globe down to a point, not the Corps but the consumer. I guess many of us are missing those 12+ months that seemed to vanish as we sat indoor wondering when the hell it would all end.

That's a big blanket statement that I am pretty sure, like all blanket statements, is not accurate.
I wish that was the case. Covid rules have kept people from gathering, no concerts, stores closed, restaurants and bars closed. The list is endless.

The UK is a big place. I lived in East Anglia for quite a few years.
I've been in and around various East Anglian towns. Cambridge for one, nice place. Pub ceiling were too low for this giant though :p

I am NOT talking about swap meets, boot sales, computer/consumer electronics shows and fairs, etc. I am talking about where the individual seller and individual buyer have already arranged the sale and have agreed to meet some place to complete the transaction. This place is used so neither party has to reveal their home address. Often church or store parking lots, fire or police stations are used - some public, well lit, exposed place where a buyer won't bop the seller with a bat and steal the goods, or where the seller won't bop the buyer and steal his or her cash.
No system like that here. Covid strikes again.
The safe places I am talking about are established by local towns and communities. While there may not be anything like that in your community, pretty sure you cannot speak for every city, town and village in the UK.
No such luck again. We've had lock down and people from different households and counties were not allowed to meet.

This is were nextdoor.com comes in. You join the group for your local area. So only people who live in your neighborhood and surrounding area are in that group. I am not saying nextdoor.com operates in the UK. But hopefully there is something similar.
The only place you can either ask for or give away is Freecycle. No exchange of monies allowed.
I looked at Nextdoor.com on Trustpilot, it doesn't look good. Many complained about privacy and security issues.

If you have no luck finding a buyer, I would urge you to search out an electronics recycling center [hopefully] near you. These facilities properly recycle and dispose of these materials in an environmentally safe manner - keeping the abundant hazardous waste found in electronics out of landfills and our water supplies.

The recycling center in my area actually pays us for the aluminum, steel, and recoverable precious materials found in electronics. Of course it is pennies on the dollar (or pound in your case) but better than nothing. I cleaned out a basement storeroom and was paid $80. Now I have a nice guest bedroom. :)

The hard part was simply parting with all that stuff I was saving because I knew I might need it someday. So far, no regrets.
Recycling took a hit as prices dropped. And with other countries refusing to take our junk it went to designated centres that are closed from the public.
At one time the Bay would be full of recycle centres selling off what companies had disposed of, not so much any longer. Nearly all of them have gone.
They'll take scrap metal here but only cars and metal household goods.

The Council are all for taking batteries large and small off our hands-----for free of course.
It's the same with cell phones and any device containing precious minerals. They don't miss a trick where money is concerned and won't give you a penny for it.

Perhaps @qubit has a different experience although we are probably at different ends of the country.
 
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Um somehow the website is circumventing my addblocker
any reason why its doing that
 

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Um somehow the website is circumventing my addblocker
any reason why its doing that
Report it to your adblocker support... would, probably, be the best thing.

Edit: Just checked/tested my blocker (AdGuard) works fine on the site; however, I leave it turned off for TPU.
 
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Um somehow the website is circumventing my addblocker
any reason why its doing that
Actually, TPU uses a method of showing certain ads that can not be blocked unless you block the whole site. While they can not be blocked, they also are completely inoffensive and unintrusive. It's a form of showing ads that respects user privacy. W1zzard came up with it a few years ago as a "meet-in-the-middle" solution to showing ads while at the same time respecting us users.

There is no problem. TPU is one of the few sites on the net that does not pose any risk to anyone who visits here. My advice is not to worry about it and let TPU earn some well deserved revenue.
 
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hold up its not actually blocking all of em
Report it to your adblocker support... would, probably, be the best thing.

Edit: Just checked/tested my blocker (AdGuard) works fine on the site; however, I leave it turned off for TPUl

Actually, TPU uses a method of showing certain ads that can not be blocked unless you block the whole site. While they can not be blocked, they also are completely inoffensive and unintrusive. It's a form of showing ads that respects user privacy. W1zzard came up with it a few years ago as a "meet-in-the-middle" solution to showing ads while at the same time respecting us users.

There is no problem. TPU is one of the few sites on the net that does not pose a risk to anyone who visits here. My advice is not to worry about it and let TPU earn some well deserved revenue.
To each their own but i have a no exception policys with ads
they all use bandwith and waste it
i would rather have to pay a entry fee then have ads
 

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To each their own but i have a no exception policys with ads
Given how they're structured you have two choices, block them on a per-page-element basis or not visit TPU.
they all use bandwith and waste it
Those ads take up much less bandwidth than one of the many high res photos that load in an average article. It's nothing to worry about.
i would rather have to pay a entry fee then have ads
There is the TPU Patreon page. Sign up, and login before viewing anything on the site and you get an ad free experience as one of the perks.
 
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Given how they're structured you have two choices, block them on a per-page-element basis or not visit TPU.
its never had a problem before this though
also thats a montly fee
 
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its never had a problem before this though
also thats a montly fee

Avoid the home page, problem solved. I just keep a favorite link to the forums since that's what I mainly use. I don't go to the homepage unless I absolutely have to, which is maybe a handful of times a year.
 
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its never had a problem before this though
also thats a montly fee
My advice is to live with it. W1zzard has taken a great deal of time carefully selecting what gets shown and how. To be blunt, if you have a problem with the ads on TPU, you have the problem. TPU is not an ad shitstorm such as sites like The Verge, Wired or Toms Hardware, for example. This is a VERY ad conservative site.

EDIT; Additionally, the ads that are shown are directly related to the scope of TPU, IE, they are tech product ads, and very good ones. Tasteful would also be a good description. So take moment to step back and look at the context of the situation. If you think about it, you might not care. TPU is one of a very few sites I whitelist. That list can be counted on one hand. Like you I despise ads. TPU is worth making an exception for.
 
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Avoid the home page, problem solved. I just keep a favorite link to the forums since that's what I mainly use. I don't go to the homepage unless I absolutely have to, which is maybe a handful of times a year.
this is a good idea
i will implement it thx
 

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This comment might go down like a lead balloon. But... Ad revenue pays the wages of the guys that write the articles and run the site. It's a strange facet of modern life where folks forget people need an income to survive. That's why I don't block ads.
 

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This comment might go down like a lead balloon. But... Ad revenue pays the wages of the guys that write the articles and run the site. It's a strange facet of modern life where folks forget people need an income to survive. That's why I don't block ads.

HOW DARE THEY HAVE WAGES
 

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I don't block ads here either. Some people think that everything on the web should be free but that isn't reality.
 

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Actually, TPU uses a method of showing certain ads that can not be blocked unless you block the whole site. While they can not be blocked, they also are completely inoffensive and unintrusive. It's a form of showing ads that respects user privacy. W1zzard came up with it a few years ago as a "meet-in-the-middle" solution to showing ads while at the same time respecting us users.

There is no problem. TPU is one of the few sites on the net that does not pose any risk to anyone who visits here. My advice is not to worry about it and let TPU earn some well deserved revenue.
+1 I turn off my ad blocker here as a courtesy to W1zzard. It only seems fair.
 
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I mean this still does not tell me how it magically started going around my addblocker
 
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I mean this still does not tell me how it magically started going around my addblocker
It's not magic. The ads are being coded into the display page as a page element being served by the TPU server itself, nothing for an adblocker to home in on.
 
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It's not magic. The ads are being coded into the display page as a page element being served by the TPU server itself, nothing for an adblocker to home in on.
I mean. If I point it at the ad it can
 
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I mean. If I point it at the ad it can
My point was, it can not be done automatically. The ads are served by TPU itself instead of be loaded by an external source.
 

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Honestly its not that the ads changed, its just that most of them are so small you never noticed them due to all the white space around them

thats why we had a big fluff about the nicehash ad, because it was honking huge and brightly coloured
 
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Some other sites are poo, resorting to pop-ups (the new kind, not the ones that look like Windows pop-ups)

The worst are the ones that suddenly are there and I accidentally click on one!
 
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Some other sites are poo, resorting to pop-ups (the new kind, not the ones that look like Windows pop-ups)

The worst are the ones that suddenly are there and I accidentally click on one!
Firefox blocks popups maybe switch to it
 
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Firefox blocks popups maybe switch to it
Not the new types. The new kind of popups are in-frame elements that Firefox has no block for.
 
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