Yes, I suggest NOT to do it. Lets be honest, the people that shop on Craigslist are NOT trust worthy. I only sold two things off of Craigslist: 1) couch and chair-I was moving so they came to my home and 2) was a computer-I asked extensive questions to the buyer. Turns out it was a Mexican guy buying a computer for his child. I kept a weapon on me in either case. JUST TO BE SAFE. IT's Better safe than sorry. Right? I would do it again too. Just KEEP A WEAPON. I'm serious too.
by ? - 13 hours ago
Well I use kijiji its similar and they usually go really well just meet at public places
by Robyn Njui - 13 hours ago
No, but I've met a lot of people who've come to pick up stuff I've put up on Freecycle. It always has been fine. Nobody comes into the house, you take the item and exchange it/sell it outside on your porch.
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