Do you have cameras, flashguns, tripods, filters, bags, computers, etc. that you never use anymore? Convert these items into cash by advertising here - free to paid-up WRPC club members. Are you looking for a used lens, monopod or binoculars? Place an advert here and you may find just what you need.
You can place a free advert on this page if you are a paid-up WRPC member - just send an E-mail to email@example.com
The West Rand Photographic Club does not support any claims made by advertisers on this page, nor does it offer any guarantee of any sort on goods sold, nor warrant their suitability of purpose, nor vouch for their legitimacy of ownership. The WRPC merely acts as a third party to advertise, in good faith, products or services on behalf of the advertiser, and is not contractually bound in any way to any subsequent transaction or consequences thereof. The WRPC takes no responsibility for any consequence arising out of the publishing of advertisers' telephone numbers and/or E-mail addresses on this site as supplied voluntarily by them. Information sent to the WRPC by advertisers will be used for the purpose of publishing the advertisement only. No contact details provided by advertisers will be passed on by the WRPC to any other party.
For your own safety please read this...
Scammers and fraudsters are targeting online sales sites like this one and although they concentrate on the big sites like Gumtree, OLX and Junk Mail, they may also try their luck here. Typically an "interested buyer" will call you and want to buy your product. They will get your banking details from you and then make a deposit into your bank account using a stolen cheque. The deposit will show up in your bank account balance and you then release the goods to the buyer only to find that the amount is reversed back out of your account a few days later, leaving you without the goods or the money. You are advised not to release any goods until your bank first confirms that the funds have been cleared into your account. Get your bank to issue you with a reference number for the cleared funds. When in doubt (and particularly with high value items), insist on closing the deal in the charge office of your local police station, and take a picture of the buyer, his car and registration on your phone. When a prospective buyer first calls, it may help to ask him what he knows about the item you are selling. If he is a genuine buyer he would probably be quite well informed. If he says he is buying it for "someone else" then walk away from the deal.