Just wondering if everybody charges one.
If someone asked me to pay a fee for simply sending me an ad? No. If they asked me to go check out something for them so they knew if it was a solid game/condition or whatever maybe a small one.
I've seen people *offer* a finder's fee for a game they're looking for.
I don't think I've heard of someone specifically charging one.
If someone looks at and/or picks up a game on your behalf, then it's not unusual to toss a few bucks their way for the time & effort.
A finders fee now-a-days is almost unheard of. With weed being legal so many places it's frowned upon with the easy find.
Unless you're talking booger juice? Always a fee.
I dig the way you do business, man. Your money is being held by a kid named Larry Sellers. He lives in North Hollywood on Radford, by the In-and-Out Burger.
Is this theHuemanatee monthly subscription box? If so I'm in!
WackyBrakke do you remember where you were when you ordered it? Try looking there
Checking back in to see if you got the invoice for my fee? Let me know how you'd like to make payment.
If you charge for this why not charge for repair advice? Check your fuses that will be 20$.
A finders fee might apply to someone that travels to check out a warehouse or storage shed for someone.
Not for sending someone a link or an ad.
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