Small ads advice
There is no charge for advertising on the YAA's small ads page and the YAA makes no money from transactions resulting from adverts. There are, however, certain conditions:
- The advertiser must be acting as a private individual, not as a dealer.
- The advertiser must be an archer currently or formerly affiliated to the Yorkshire Archery Association.
- The items advertised must be archery-related. We take a narrow view of what this means - you can't sell your old banger on here just because you once drove to a shoot in it.
- The advertiser must state that he or she has a legal right to offer the advertised items for sale.
To advertise items on this page, please send an email to Tim Mason (email@example.com) stating:
- the club through which you are or were affiliated to the YAA, or your GNAS number if you are or were affiliated directly to the YAA;
- descriptions of each item offered for sale;
- the desired price for each item;
- your contact details - a phone number and/or an email address. We won't put postal addresses on this page, since certain people may get the notion of obtaining the items without paying!
The YAA reserves the right to decline or withdraw any advertisement, without explanation or compensation.
The YAA provides this Small Ads page as a service to Yorkshire's archers. All adverts are carried in good faith. We have not seen the items being offered for sale and make no representations as to their quality or fitness for purpose. We have made reasonable efforts to verify the identity of the seller, but cannot guarantee that the seller has a legal right to offer the goods for sale. The YAA accepts no responsibility or liability for any harm or loss resulting from advertisements carried on this page.
There are many scams related to online trading. We strongly advise sellers:
- do not sell to persons outside the UK;
- do not accept post-dated cheques;
- do not accept payment in instalments;
- do not sell to one party and take payment from a different party;
- never divulge personal information such as bank account details;
- if someone offers more than you're asking for, assume it's a scam;
- make the transaction in person and perform the transaction in cash, preferably at a neutral venue such as a tournament or a club meeting.
We strongly advise buyers:
- examine the items before buying;
- make the transaction in person, preferably at a neutral venue such as a tournament or a club meeting.