View Full Version : Hello, all :) .
08-20-2008, 08:52 PM
Some of you probably already know me from various other sites (TradeGamesNow.com, Digital Press, NintendoAge, etc.) by my username, but for those who don't, I am mb7241 (call me Matt, MB, mb7241, any of those will suffice). I've conducted trades with quite a few members here previously, be it only a couple months ago or several years ago, as I've been active in the online video game scene since December 10, 2002, when I joined *that other* auction site (I'm sure you guys know this scourge of which I speak ;) ). With recent fee increases, I will never sell there again, and I will very harshly limit my bidding/buying to auctions of an unusual nature, specifically those dealing with difficult-to-find and rare games, limited-edition homebrews, and other unusual game auctions that are seldom seen (although in time, I truly believe the tables will completely turn, and evilBay will be altogether unviable and impractical, as more and more of the auctions for which I'd be looking there will eventually end up here). I've already paid up for the lifetime membership, as I do plan on selling quite a bit here once I get my situation at home straightened out. Anyway, I look forward to dealing with each and every one of you. See you on the auction block :) .
08-20-2008, 09:00 PM
Welcome aboard the chuckwagon. If you have any questions there is always someone who will be happy to answer them.
08-20-2008, 09:23 PM
Thanks for being apart of the Chuckwagon community and also for participating in forums. We have a great collector community thriving and ready to help out if you have any questions. Please spread the word of the Chuckwagon in some of the other forums you participate:D
08-20-2008, 10:05 PM
Welcome aboard, MB. I think you'll be glad you decided to give the Chuckwagon a try.
08-21-2008, 08:12 AM
Welcome to the Chuckwagon Matt! I feel your pain over the dominant auction site, and how they are doing business. Every time I'd try to sell on there it was a little drama-fest that cost me more time and sanity than it was worth. When Mike announced this site on Atari Age (AA) I didn't delay too long to hop on, and I have had roughly zero problems on here because of how Mike has focused the site. Since then, I haven't looked back. There have also been some sweet items for sale that you may not see on EBay.
Q: How can you spot an assertive engineer?
A: He looks at YOUR feet when he's talking to you.
[ I can say that, because I am one... :D ]
08-22-2008, 12:26 PM
Greetings and salutations. :D
That lifetime membersip is an amazing bargain imo.
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