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Private island full sim, grandfathered, with 30k upgrade, for sale!

Starting Bid is transfer fee: $300.00 USD (L$75,000). Buyer pays for transfer!
Bidding Ends Oct 26th at 6PM PDT.  Offers must be within Second Life only. 

Make your offer in-world: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Taunt/184/144/23

Sim tier due Oct 28th. 

Note, grandfathered sims give you a $100/month savings on sim tier! It is no longer possible to purchase grandfathering from LL; the only way is to buy a region that is already grandfathered!

This sim has the 30k upgrade; that is, you get 30,000 prims on the sim for $30 USD/month. This upgrade may be removed by paying LL a one-time fee of $30 USD. Current tier is $209/mo due every 28th of the month. 

Please bid with the offer board in world. Due to infrequent logins, private messages may be lost. Please send Notecards.  

Highest bidder will be notified as soon as bidding has ended. Offer payment due when bidding ends. 


Edited by BabyDoll LaFontaine
Payment due when bidding ends
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Full disclosure --

Clearly I gave this auction too much time because no one was bidding.  Come to find out, you were all waiting for the last day to have a bid war.  Me, being the land sale noob, I had no idea this is what you guys were up to.  Changing the rules on my sale is my prerogative.  Someone made me a good offer I liked, and now its a done deal.   In this case, the worker ant got the the goods and all you crickets, cricket away. 

It took me years to put it up for sale because I don't want to deal with it.   I just want to be done with it.    And now I am, yay me.  And all your disgruntledness is just kinda... enh. 

There will be other land sales.   Good luck to you all. 

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So, you deleted all the other comments and the other "information."  For the record, I am guessing that most people were like me. There was no explanation of the bidding system. No one wants to go blindly into a system. Most bids involve upfront money. Most people don't want to chance losing their money. Therefore, they wait until they last day to see where the bidding is. I would call this seller negligence. I understand it is always caveat emptor. However, you made this more of unfair vendit exercitia. IMO

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