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  1. Lisa006 Baxton

    Neighbor Bully

    Don't let her win!!! But to answer your question there is nothing you can do since the prims are not directly on your land. Find some tall border rocks on the MP. Good thing she can not block your beautiful view of the ocean. You could also make a cute little skybox getaway for when friends visit Also you may want to remove the avi names from this post due to community guidelines.
  2. If this is the whole story then no it's not fair business practice but that is the risk you take when renting from another resident in Second Life. If you do not want to worry about being scammed out of your Ls, prims returned, or being locked out of the region then its best to purchase a region directly from linden lab and pay monthly tier directly to them. If you seek compensation that is something you must take up with the landlord. Linden lab will not intervene when it comes to transactions between residents in-world. Here's more info from the Second Life knowledge base on renting from other residents. The last paragraph in particularly. Also not all landlords are part of the Caspertech group so if your landlord was not following what was going on in the group notices or chats, they prob had no idea that casperlet/caspervend was down till it was too late or they were sleep, it did happen over the night hours. I highly doubt it was intentional. Once prims are returned there is nothing the landlord can do except apologize.
  3. Lisa006 Baxton

    Terraforming Mainland parcels with no region/estate manager

    Mainland is what you see is what you get. A support ticket will get you no where. It's best to just find mainland that has the ground texture you are looking for. Or There's gadgets on the marketplace that will create a sculpt the exact shape of your land and will let you drop a ground texture on it, given the illusion that you have changed the texture of the ground when really its a textured sculpt prim. You may want to check it out.
  4. Lisa006 Baxton

    New Land Prices and GF or buydown sims ?

    The official announcement states that the changes does not impact your "bought down" region tier.
  5. Lisa006 Baxton

    Private Estate Prices drop, but the Land Store is having issues

    Thanks for letting us know!
  6. Lisa006 Baxton

    False Advertising on July Price Drops?

    Reach out to customer support. I'm sure they'll be able to help you.
  7. Lisa006 Baxton

    transfer fees

    The annocement states the new price changes have no effect on grandfathered prices. So transfer fee for grandfathered region will most likely remain the same at $600.00. You can always contact support for verification tho.
  8. Lisa006 Baxton

    Some kind of Answer to the Land Baron problem?

    In order to be part of a 'donate your tier' group and become a donor, a resident would have to be PAYING linden lab to even have tier to donate. So again, somebody, somewhere is paying Linden Lab whether its through donation or not. Let the land sit for years. Linden Lab is still getting their cut. I am sure donors are being compensated for the tier they donate or it would not be a thing.
  9. Lisa006 Baxton

    How did abandoned land get sold without an auction?

    As the article states those are only guidelines, it's really up to the lab to make the final call. If the land had been abandoned for some time or if they are just looking to sell as much land as possible. If you see land you want it never hurts to put in a support case whether you meet the guidelines or not. We could speculate all day or you could ask the resident how they did it.
  10. Lisa006 Baxton

    How did abandoned land get sold without an auction?

    You can file a support case to request the sale of abandoned land. The attached page explains more on how a resident can request the sale of abandoned land. Sorry you missed out.
  11. Lisa006 Baxton

    sold land to group

    Payout will be tomorrow
  12. Lisa006 Baxton

    Is this possible?

    Also, If you want the L's to go directly into your account instantly then the land must be owned by you and not deeded to a group. If the land is deeded to a group & you are the owner of the group, then you will get the L's the next day. Just make sure "Pay group liabilities and receive group dividends" in the Group Profile > Roles is DISABLED in every role except the Owner role. This will ensure the funds will not get split among the group members and the owner(s) of the group will get 100% of the L's. If there are multiple owners in the group then the L's will be split among the owners. I see that you just joined today, Just make sure you do all your research before you try to jump into a virtual business. I highly recommend exploring the grid, familiarize yourself with the viewer options and controls, and meet people before trying to start a business. GOOD LUCK and HAVE FUN!
  13. Lisa006 Baxton

    Is this possible?

    You could set up a parcel right outside the door of the building where "Anyone can visit", then set the building on a parcel where "Sell passes to Anyone" is enabled. These option can be found in the "About Land" window under the "Access" tab. As far as the prompt go, I've never done land passes so I am not sure if they will get a prompt or not, but you could always set up a greeting prim for that. More info on land passes can be found here > http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Land_Windows
  14. Main Office http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Zumanus/96/152/301
  15. Lisa006 Baxton

    Some kind of Answer to the Land Baron problem?

    As I stated in another thread......As long as someone, somewhere is paying the tier on the land, Linden Lab has no concerns. Now if the real estates companies decide to abandon the land then some concerns may arise from the Lab. Land Barons usually know how to price the land and adjust accordingly to changes in the market. Just because you don't feel a piece of land is worth 12KL doesn't mean the next resident will feel the same.
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