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Individuals may post ads for used radio equipment and computer equipment intended to be used in amateur radio free of charge.
You should receive an email with instructions on how to edit your ad after you post it. It will be sent to the address in your profile.Important Note
If you are using a SPAM blocker that requires a reply in order to accept email from this section, please be advised that we will not respond to it. Please add DO-NOT-REPLY-CLASSIFIEDS@eham.net to your approved list manually in order for you to receive traffic.Watch out for the Cashier's Check Scam.
A potential buyer will contact you and offer to buy your item with a cashier's check. The amount will be substantially higher than your asking price and you will be asked to wire the difference back. The check will turn out to be a forgery and you will be out however much you wired away.Classifieds Terms of Service
Our service has been created to be easily accessible to all users of legal age, but it also has limitations and risks that you must be aware of before participating.
If you find an ad that violates our Terms of Service, please contact the Classifieds Manager immediately.Fraud
If you think you have been ripped off by another member of eHam.net, there are several things you can do, depending on how far you want to take your complaint. We recommend you start with the first two steps below, before following up on any others.
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