Please update buy/sell

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The buy/sell service offered by AudlemOnline appears to be very popular, at least judging by the number of new items which appear daily in the buy/sell page.

However many potential purchasers complain about the number of items left on the page long after they have been sold or gone out of date for some other reason (such as tickets for an event whose actual date has long since passed).

So PLEASE can we ask all contributors to make sure that items are removed once sold or otherwise rendered redundant.

There is a procedure for doing this from the buy/sell page, but if you find this difficult to use, then please send us an email giving the title of the item, the date it was advertised and your name/nickname/email address and we will delete it for you.

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