|The Moonlight Flea Market|
This document was first created on Monday, December 28,
2009 and was most recently revised on Wednesday, July 29, 2020.
| ^ ||Flea Market Rules|
Each booth in The Moonlight Flea Market must present the following
information near the top of its main page.
I will neither acknowledge, support, nor make links to booths that lack
the above information.
|1.||The name of the booth|
|2.||Acknowledgment that the booth is
a booth in "The Moonlight Flea Market"|
|3.||A link to the heading "Booths in
The Moonlight Flea Market", on The Moonlight Flea Market front page|
If you put a booth in The Moonlight Flea Market and if that booth complies
with the above rules, then send the address of the booth to me and I'll
add it to the list of booths in the flea market.
These rules are subject to change without notice.
| ^ ||Booth Guidelines|
The owner of each booth in The Moonlight Flea Market is completely
responsible for the policies, practices, guarantees, payment methods, and
so forth, for his booth. If there's a problem, then customer's complaints
should be directed to the owner of the booth where the problem originated.
If the complaint cannot be resolved with the booth owner, then the customer's
only other recourse is to try to persuade me to remove the link to the
booth where the problem originated. Such removal will be entirely
at my discretion.
This isn't a retail outlet or an auction. It's a flea market. A customer
should ask a booth owner all of the questions that he wants to ask about
the items that that the booth owner is offering for sale. A customer
should expect his questions to be answered. However, unless the booth
operator states otherwise it would be prudent for a customer to assume
that each item is sold as-is, without any guarantee, and that all sales
Unless the booth operator states otherwise, a customer should assume
that prices posted on items are asking prices. Remember, this is
a flea market, not an auction. Generally speaking, in a flea market
offers need not be as high as the asking price and can be as low as the
customer wants. The booth operator normally doesn't have any obligation
to accept an offer but he will usually sell the item for the highest
Each booth owner is free to make a link directly to any other booth
in the flea market, in addition to the required link to my list of booths.
| ^ ||Visits to This Website|
Prior to the year 2011, I couldn't find a reliable free visit counter.
Every one that I tried to use failed at one time or another. Thus,
I had to do the best that I could to try to determine the number of visitors
for each year. At the very best, the numbers shown for the years
prior to the year 2011 are estimates. So far, the current visit counter
is working correctly.
Starting with the year 2018, I banned my own address, so that my use
of the website would not show as either visits or hits.
|2010||236||Hits||Accumulated Total Hits|
Eventually the last visit counter provider disappeared. I gave
up. I don't use visit counters any more.