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Buy/Sell/Trade listings show all prices as $0

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Buy/Sell/Trade listings show all prices as $0

Postby Brendon » 30 Nov 2009, 17:07

So I just stuck up an advert for a departed mate's computer, and noticed that although I gave the price as $20,000, it gets shown both on the individual advert page and on the listing page as $0. So do all other ads in the Buy/Sell/Trade section (maybe all sections -- I checked "For Rent", same deal).

This a known issue?
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Re: Buy/Sell/Trade listings show all prices as $0

Postby maoman » 30 Nov 2009, 17:19

It is a known issue. In fact, we know things as they stand right now suck. We appreciate your patience while we get our shit together. :oops:
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