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  • How to register with us?

    Click the Register link on the top right corner of any page and follow step by step instructions. When you have created your user account, we will send you a confirmation email on the email address you provided to open your account. It may take up to 3 minutes for this confirmation email to be delivered in your inbox. To confirm your email address, please read this message and click the link Confirm email address. Please use your real email address to register.

  • How to post an ad?

    Click the orange button POST AN AD on the top right corner of any page and follow step by step instructions.

  • How do I edit / delete my post?

    You can edit / delete your post in your dashboard. That will take you to the screen where you can edit / delete the post. Alternatively, you can login to your account.

  • I forgot my password

    You can reset your password by following this simple steps. Go to login page and click on (forgot password) link.

  • My advert does not show up on the site?

    Firstly you should check the status of your advert by visiting My Account. This will tell you if your advert is awaiting review or if you have to make any changes to it.

  • Why was my post removed after it was up?

    Sometimes, after your post has been active for a while, it may get taken down. This is because we let our community flag posts that they feel are in violation of our posting guidlines or terms. In other cases we may take a post down if our moderators have missed something and decided the post didn't originially comply with our terms. If this happens to you we recommend posting a new post.

  • How will people contact me?

    You can choose to receive responses either by telephone or via the messaging service or both.

  • Does each member have their own page they can set up when they register?

    Yes - Each user will have there own page and dashboard.

  • Why have you asked me to verify my identity?

    In some cases we ask members to verify their identity. This might be by telephone or by post. While we are going through the verification process, you might find that your access to some areas of the site is restricted. We do this as part of our effort to make one of the safest places to buy and sell online.

  • Do ads require review and approval before being visible on the site?


  • How many pictures can I add to my advert?

    You can attach up to 4 pictures to your advert to make it more attractive.

  • I can't verify my phone number

    We may occasionally ask you to verify your account with a phone number. This is done to curtail spam and to ensure spammers and violators can't create multiple accounts and abuse the system.

  • Is there any way to check messages, which send to ads authors?

    Yes - come's with complete Messages solution. You just need to go to your dashboard to see all conversations.

  • I'm not getting the verification email

    First, please allow up to 5 minutes for the link to arrive. Second, please check your spam / archive folder. If you still havent received the link by then, its possible that your email settings are only accepting emails from certain domains. Please check your email settings. If you're still not receiving emails, we recommend using a @gmail account. We rarely have any problems delivering to them.

  • Scams / someone is asking for money

    There are many scams on the internet. But they all eventually involve someone wanting you to pay/send money or sign up for something. Many of them are very sophisticated. Some of the most popular ones involve blackmailing, fake car accidents, fake underage users, 'angry parents', and so on. The most common scam going around all internet dating sites is this: You will contact or get contacted by a user. After talking for a little while and exchancing information, the user will admit they lied and they are infact 15 years old, or underage in general. After that you will get a call or a text from a fake angry 'father' telling you he is going to report you to the police unless you send him money. He might say the teen was in a car accident, or needs a health bill payed, or some other variation. Do not be alarmed, and DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM.