CPF Sold - Under New Management

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Forsythe P. Jones
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Oh CPF has had those before but never really given a spammy pitch for them. There were also a few donation thingies that I donated to. It was always a low pressure thing though, so those of us contributed were happy to do so. Some of you might remember the “Sasha’s Shoes” avatar. I had that but lost it somehow, which wasn’t supposed to happen, oh well.

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in the past, I would pay $5 for a 30 day membership,
which was the minimum required for me to be able to post a For Sale ad.

It will now cost me $14.99 a year.. if I want to sell a light on CPF

I have not received the email offering me a discount…

Forsythe P. Jones
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I don’t remember ever having to pay to post a for sale ad on CPF as a non-dealer. Dealers had to pay and sometimes the site got after dealers for pretending to be non-dealers. I sold a fair amount on CPF and on CPF Marketplace without ever paying. But, it’s been a while since I was there.

I wonder if CPF will shrink even more now. I don’t have a sense of how it is doing now compared to back in the day, but I do see that some old interesting lights have continued to hold their value, which is nice from a certain perspective.

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