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  1. Thanks Molly I'm sure I'm sure a lot of people will be grateful for your kind and more detailed information. For my part I have all the required documents likely to be required and have in the past submitted asked for Tax details. Nothing against actually. However I don't think that it is unreasonable to expect Sillier / Tilia or whatever they call themselves to provide some more comprehensive information other 'government issued documents" a link to a Wiki page or a detailed FAQ wouldn't go amiss would it? Especially for those (unlike you and me) who are rather in the dark. Surely more info is better than less?. ^L^
  2. Ah ha - good question and therein lies the rub to my original post. A while back pre 2014, I think, others here will recall better than me, but we did have to provide rather detailed TAX information to LL before we could continue to cash-out. It required completing a standard form supplied by LL which at the time was also stated as an American government legality. I'm curious to know if I / we will have resubmit the same document a little further down the line. My gut tells me yes.
  3. That's great for you Molly, well done! - perhaps you could advise those who don't have you're knowledge and tell the thread what those items are other than Driving License which some don't have, Passport that many also don't have. In UK at least we don't have ID cards other than some ill advertised scheme that people can independently apply for, someone earlier in the this thread kindly referenced it and it was interesting news to me. I have a regional government issued Bus pass with my photo on it - would that be permissible do you think? ^L^
  4. Deleted content because I faffed my original post above but couldn't delete this one because we're not allowed to delete our own pieces
  5. A rather inadequate lazy response - Some examples of said "government-issued IDs" could and should be given to help those outwith the USA who have genuine concerns. So far I seeing only faceless corporate and legalese speak. Also several years ago, those of us who do make occasional cash outs were were required to submit TAX status forms to LL. Is that on the cards again at some later date? ^L^
  6. Thank you LL, I had a feeling you would think again, good decision. Groups in SL are far from perfect but they are important too. I have some sympathy with those who feel they can be too spammy, but there are tools to filter out the spam including deleting the group if needs be. However it's only spam if you don't want that kind of message. Personally speaking I never use my full premium entitlement and belonging to 80 active groups would boggle my viewer as well my mind. But sometimes when I'm doing a market research exercise I do like to have some overflow capacity. Glad I stayed away from all the drama 😎 ^L^
  7. All the prices increases aside (they suck of course) I feel one of the most retrograde steps that will hurt merchants long term is the reduction of group entitlement for basic members from the current 42 to 35. When I first looked at the chart I thought it was a typo. Group membership allowance has always been too low especially for basic members but now people will have to start shedding more groups and that will very likely start to hurt merchant's income and arguably Linden Lab's too. ^L^
  8. The 750 character thing is a throwback to the legacy classified. A few year back the classified listings were changed, around the same time when all the search parameters were juggled around with. Prior to that classified listings had a far greater allowance of characters. Those classified you see with the extra long text are probably ads that were placed years ago prior to the changes. ^L^
  9. There are a few outfits like Metabiz that have Grid wide ad boards. I've had some moderate success with them in the past. You sign up, fund your account and submit your graphics. But don't count on a flood of visitors. In general even if you have the most eye catching ad and compelling offer ever, 99.9 % of folk will ignore it. Correction, they won't even notice it 'cause hardly anyone ever reads anything in SL even when you push a sign in front of their nose and have it carried around after them like a faithful pup. What Chinrey said is good advice. ^L^
  10. I've just had some helpful feedback and assistance from Dakota. I must say she's always on the ball, fair and great to deal with. Markplace team's best asset if you ask me. ^L^
  11. Today I have had a few of my more risqué items flagged as not being listed as adult. Even though I had and always do, take care to pixelate or blank out the naughty bits that nature gives us all. The flagging was thankfully a rare event and having been from time to time on the wrong end of the censors trigger finger I went to review the item and make the neccessary adjustments before relisting. However this time around the items were not just flagged and delisted they have apparently been completely blocked. Very Odd! I've never had that before so I'm wondering if there is a newbie in the censor department who has hit the wrong button or is this a new policy? ^L^
  12. Lot's of sound responses and good advice from the others. Without a doubt the new search has skewed sales in all sorts of odd ways for many. Whilst my own sales are a little down, they traditionally dip this time of year anyway. It's the kind of sales that I am finding interesting. My usual best selling items that I could always count on have taken a dive and in their place a whole host of obscure items I had almost forgotten about are on the rise. More worrying overall is the solidity of the new SL search. The marketplace has at best been less than adequate in that department but I had grown accustomed to it's many eccentricities. However a whole raft of new quirks are beginning to emerge. For example yesterday I made a search for some some footwear I needed and I was amazed to see one of my own totally unrelated products pop up in the results. Somewhat perturbed I checked that listing Title & Keywords etc, that could have brought it there. Nothing! I then checked all the other language pages associated with the same listing still nothing, I doubled checked that there wasn't any keyword stemming that might have kicked in - absolutely none!. Nor was there a related stem in the description (which they say doesn't count anyway). So for me the jury is still out on the new search algorithm and indexing. Meanwhile should one of my products that is totally unrelated to your own searches sneak into the results please accept my apologies and be assured it's not by my design but rather that of the mysterious hand of the Marketplace random search returns. ^L^
  13. Thanks Dakota - I gave the Cache a good flushing and in addition I did an actual search with my preferred ratings. After I did that the pesky 'general' went back in the box, and my full maturity setting are now glued back in. All is well again :-) ^L^
  14. It's utterly crazy. The best selling results are more like those you would expect from the old nihilistic Bizarro Superman world - the absolute opposite of what it claims. Good thing I have a resilent sense of humour and some of the oldies shown do raise nostalgic memories . We seem to have a marketplace search algorithm that's high on digital crack! ^L^
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