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Old 11-14-2018, 07:51 PM
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About 3 weeks ago I lost out on a Mott flail mower that came up on craigslist about 20 miles from me. Two days ago it was a 782D twin stick that was about 15 miles up the road.

Both times I was 2nd guy in line and, the buyer secured the item, prior to visiting the seller, with a deposit.

So my question is, how they do that? Wire transfer?, bit coin?

Any of you people put deposits on CL stuff, and if so, how?
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Old 11-14-2018, 07:52 PM
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About 3 weeks ago I lost out on a Mott flail mower that came up on craigslist about 20 miles from me. Two days ago it was a 782D twin stick that was about 15 miles up the road.

Both times I was 2nd guy in line and, the buyer secured the item, prior to visiting the seller, with a deposit.

So my question is, how they do that? Wire transfer?, bit coin?

Any of you people put deposits on CL stuff, and if so, how?
My guess is paypal. Hope for the sellers sake it was not a scam situation..
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Old 11-14-2018, 08:16 PM
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People come in second all the time and lose, you lose.... I tell most sellers when I am coming to get something to remove the ad, keeps all the other buyers away.
I think I know who got those items, but I am just guessing.
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I agree.. paypal be likely! Could be Venmo. Or straight up cash.

Keep your eye on it. It might come back up for sale.
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......paypal...
Hmmm...

Didn't think of that...
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Walmart also.
A couple of years ago I had to pay someone for services rendered while I was on the road. Removal of a yard debris pile that would have resulted tank the closing on a home sale if not removed that day.
Anyways, upon completion I "wired" money via their website and a credit card.
I think it cost $10.
At the end you get a code number to give the recipient.
They walk into any WM with the code and receive the money at the service desk.
All within 20 minutes or so.
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Old 11-15-2018, 06:26 AM
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People come in second all the time and lose, you lose.....
Yup. 2nd place = 1st looser.
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