- Jun 11, 2007
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- New Hampshire
I suppose sarcasm is lost on some, surely you didnt take the .9999999999 seriously. What on earth is your deal? Is it your goal to simply argue??
"Sarcasm" are you serious? How would anyone consider that sarcasm when it is what you profess right on the page where you explain the Timeshare Marketplace. Shall I quote.
"(please note that brokers, which are members posting or renewing more than 25 ads a year will be subject to a $3 per ad fee for each ad over the limit, since 99.9999% of our members will never reach this limit, you all can feel free to post away!)"
You sure seem to be doing a lot of quibbling. Instead of admitting that it is "limited".My point was, that such a few number of people post more than 25 ads compared to the number of TUG members, its not even worth quibbling over.
I feel that I'm getting my money's worth. Thanks for asking.I will continue to run TUG as a haven for timeshare owners to find out how to best use their timeshare, be it with the free sections of tug (of which there are many) or the paid members only sections.
If you feel you do not get enough for your money, despite the fact that we now offer so much more, for significantly less than we used to (prior to the marketplace, ads were $10 each)...then I will be more than happy to refund your membership fees..
I was commenting on the "inaccurate information" that the OP included in the title to this thread about timeshare advertisements. I thought that "inaccurate information" within the advertisements for the TUG Marketplace was appropriate to this thread.We will just have to agree to disagree, I simply dont have the time or energy this weekend to continue to argue such a ridiculous point that really has nothing to do with the original topic of this post.?
I'll get around to it.I also notice you didnt bother responding to the actual on topic question about how people posting unreasonable prices makes a website unsafe?