You may not sell/trade Steam accounts. The only items you're permitted to sell or trade in this Forum are items that can be exchanged through the Steam trade & gift system. This means that any game codes, including Humble Bundle codes are not allowed to be traded in this forum. FirePowered and its admins are not responsible for any issues that may arise through trading, and will not mediate disputes.
Real Money Exchanges
If you are a Senior Member of FirePowered you may create Real Money threads. Anyone may buy from these threads but only Senior Members of FirePowered are permitted to create them. Those who create these threads and who are not Senior Members will have their threads locked and possibly face an infraction. If you're not a Senior Member and you wish to trade for real money, you can try the TradeRep Community forums.
There are no limitations on free raffles. Only members may create buy-in raffles with a buy-in of up to 1 key. Raffles with higher buy-ins must be created by senior members.
Title Threads appropriately
Since each Topic requires a prefix of (Buying, Selling, Trading, Shop) you do not need to specify these terms anywhere in your Topic Title as they will become redundant. You only need to list some of your items in the title or name it, if it is a shop. (ex: Bombz' Brilliant Bargains)
Shop or Selling
Your Topic should be a Shop if you're selling a lot of items at once (More than 15, for example) Shops are Topics which are organized and updated by the author as items are sold.
Selling or Trading
Trading is when you want specific items for the items you're offering. Choose selling when you're wanting to sell an item as long as the value for it matches and you're generally not concerned about the items you receive.
Use the Tooltips wherever possible. If you're unsure of how to link your TF2 items then please view the Tutorial for it by clicking here.
Whether it's item prices or sellers/buyers, you need to do your research. Everyone who posts in this Forum is required to have linked their Steam accounts first. You can find info on them by hovering over their username and clicking any of links that appear. For trading, you're going to want to check their SteamRep link.
Make sure you Google their SteamIDs, too. If someone has a new Steam account and doesn't appear many places on the web, you may not want to go through with any negotiations with them if it is a high valued item. You can also make use of our Trader Feedback system by clicking here.
Edited by Dr. McKay, 28 December 2014 - 02:23 AM.