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So, this is something that we didn't do for a long time, and it's because opening up any space to let people advertise stuff for sale can lead to some tricky legal problems.

For this reason, I'm creating this thread to leave this disclaimer: WoTLabs is in no way responsible for any problems that arise from stuff sold, bought, traded or in any way acquired through an ad posted in this section. Period. If you have any problems with bad sellers or buyers, let us know and we will take the appropriate actions, but we won't reimburse you or answer to any legal threat.

Selling or buying anything here, or in any online forum for that matter, is a risk that you will be taking yourself, so consider yourselves warned.

For people looking to sell: We require a picture of the product you're selling with your username and date written in a piece of paper next to the item. Threads without this verification will be removed.

Digital goods: Sale of digital goods, such as game keys, is not allowed.

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Furthermore for people looking to sell PC components:

1) Would be usefull to include your country in the topic title or the region you 're willing/able to ship the item. Saves time for everyone involved.

 

2) If the item is a PC component like RAM, CPU or a GPU - it is highly advisable to take an additional picture with a digi cam or phone (if good enough) of a running stress test in the background (a suitable amount of time should have passed ofc) and a folded piece of paper with your username and date written on it in infront of your monitor. That 's the way I sell my used PC parts on eBay or pc-forums and buyers like that. Let RAM run over night from USB stick with Memtest86+; a few hours of Prime (or a similar stress test) with CPUz and taskmanager in seperate windows or something similar (looped GPU bench) for GPUs with GPUz in a window and so on.

 

For people who want to buy (PC) components:

It is your job to reasearch if the offered component is compatible with your hardware/needs - be it CPU/RAM support on a motherboard (see motherboard vendor homepage) or a adequate PSU that can handle the new GPU and has the right connectors. With GPUs and coolers make sure they fit into your case! If you think that buying monster truck tires for your VW Jetta is a good idea - your problem, neither the sellers or that of wotlabs!

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