I think I was trying to lead by bad example. Here's one I placed last week. I received 10 email
responses with this ad at $2000.00.
i got a nice fisheen boat hear i wtg want to get 2000 for it or mor. it has a electrc fish
finder and a motor
i think its about 15 or twntty feet. its a good fisheen boat we got a lot of fish off it ill throw in a ice chest cuz you gotta have beers.
it a good boat youll be happy. i got some pols too not too good but you maybe need some too. i took iit out to avila but their was no ramp
so i took it back. we went to morro too but no fish their.
its a relly good boat if you need one. the motor
is good. always runs good in the water
or out its good. if you like fisheen you need a boat or ski maybe good in a lake, nasemento is good too.
hope to see you bring some beers too heh heh
you gotta call me becse this is the sistrs email
call for a good boat
The thing is, it isn't any worse than several of the real ads.
I look at Craigslist because this is a rural area and there are only 6 ocean boats on Yachtworld within 100 miles of me. I'm right at the coast but not a lot of boating
activity here other than in lakes.
Maybe it looks so stupid that people figure they can take advantage of somebody so illiterate?