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TimminsToday in its sole discretion may terminate any type of submission (Comment, Classified, Auction Bid, Contest Entry, etc.) immediately and without notice if:
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We have reason to believe that your account has been compromised or is fraudulent.
We have reason to believe that you have violated or have tried to violate the rights of others.
Please help us keep TimminsToday Classifieds an enjoyable and positive experience. If you see a listing that violates our Community Guidelines, please contact email@example.com.
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TimminsToday reserves the right to change these Guidelines at any time.
These guidelines have been created by members of our editorial staff, including the publisher, managing editor, reporters, and members of the community, incorporating feedback from our moderators and users.
The online community at TimminsToday exists to provide a platform for people to express their views on the stories making news headlines in our community. This community is shaped by the people who have a voice here. It is everyone’s responsibility to make it a place for intelligent, insightful and entertaining conversation. Everyone is entitled to their opinions, so please debate the issues fairly and be constructive. In short, no profanity, no insults.
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When and why are comments closed?
What kinds of comments are removed?
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TimminsToday provides Classifieds as a platform for our local individuals and businesses to connect with one another, to sell and buy items and to share announcements and events.
These listings are posted by our audience, not by TimminsToday. Other than responding to suspected fraudulent or illegal listings, TimminsToday does not participate in, nor is it a party to, any Classifieds transactions. Both Seller and Buyer should exercise caution and use their best judgement.
How To Use TimminsToday Classifieds
Classifieds are posted directly by our audience, not by TimminsToday staff. You need a TimminsToday account in order to post.
You can post an ad using the “Post an Ad” link at the top of the Classifieds. Choose the most appropriate category and then enter a title, price, description. Avoid entering any personal or contact information, as people can respond to your ad through your TimminsToday account.
Then, choose the Type, which will have a free option for most categories, along with some paid options that will make your listing for visible or make it stay up for longer. If you’re posting for a business, you must choose one of the paid business options.
If you choose a paid option, you will need to enter a credit card. If you’ve posted a paid ad before, there may already be a credit card saved to your account. You can choose between these options.
If you’d like to add a photo to your listing, click the SELECT button to locate the photo on your device.
When everything is entered as you’d like, click the “Post Classified” button. If there are any errors, we’ll let you know so you can make any necessary corrections. Otherwise, your ad will immediately be posted to TimminsToday.
Editing or Deleting Ads
You can view, edit, delete or renew your ads by clicking on My Ads at the top of the Classifieds.
You should delete your ad when your item sells.
TimminsToday will do its best to remove any fraudulent or illegal listings in the Classifieds. You can help us by using the “Report this listing” link at the bottom of the listing if you suspect it is fraudulent or in violation of our rules.
You may not use TimminsToday Classifieds for any fraudulent or illegal activity or purpose. Examples include but are not limited to:
Unethical or Dangerous Activities
You may not use TimminsToday Classifieds for posting anything that TimminsToday deems unethical or dangerous to the community. Examples include but not limited to:
TimminsToday encourages you to post ads in Classifieds as long as they are not duplicates or other forms of spam, or otherwise inconsistent with our Guidelines or Terms of Service.
TimminsToday may take action to delete classifieds ads and/or TimminsToday user accounts that we believe are misusing this service.
Prohibited spam or otherwise impermissible marketing activities in TimminsToday Classifieds may include, but are not limited to, the following:
All sellers / submitters must:
All buyers / respondents must:
TimminsToday Classifieds offers a variety of pricing options depending on the category. Most categories have a free option, but some categories for high-value items like real estate or cars may not.
Most categories will have options for individuals and businesses. Businesses and other commercial enterprises (including home businesses) are required to choose the business option. If a business (or otherwise commercial ad) is posted using an individual option, the ad may be removed without notice.
Special Rules for Animals
All animal breeder ads are considered business ads and must be placed as a paid business ad. Any ad selling animals on an ongoing basis (breeding) must be paid for.
In order for an animal to be sold using a free ad option, the Seller must be asking for no more than $100 per animal in a single litter to cover routine expenses. If you sell animals from more than one litter over any period of time, you will be considered a breeder and must post using a paid business ad.