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Group Buy Guidelines. PLEASE READ FIRST!

Group Buy GUIDELINES - READ FIRST!

1.) You must be a BMW owner.

2.) You must be a participant. You must acquire the same item at the same time as the other buyers.

3.) You may only offer the item once, repeat Group Buys are not permitted.

4.) You must post the group buy prices. If you do not post the prices, then the thread will be deleted.

5.) Only 1 group buy at a time from a user.

6.) You must post which supporting vendor the parts are coming from.

7.) You cannot start a group buy for a product if an existing group buy for the same product already eixsts.

8.) Group buys must be done within two months.

9.) You must have at least 100 posts to start a group buy so that other members somewhat have an idea of with whom they are dealing.

10.) You must be a private party; No dealer or vendor group buys in the For Sale forum unless you are a sponsor of the site.

ESCROW helps prevent internet fraud

If you are buying a high dollar piece from a member, I recommend using Escrow service to prevent any fraud.

Escrow acts like a middle man in between the transaction. There is a fee, but it is worth it to prevent fraud.

Go to Escrow's site for more information.

http://www.escrow.com
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