|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|09-13-2019 03:27 AM|
I have always wondered who is a vendor?
Here is a definition.
If you have worked for a company that had anything to do with selling new or used Alfa Romeos, or servicing new or used Alfa Romeos, or selling new or used or rebuilt parts for Alfa Romeos. You may have acquired some extra specific knowledge about Alfa Romeos through experience. Some one who is a vendor can also be a collector and an enthusiast.
Not all collectors and enthusiast are vendors. Collectors and enthusiasts who are not vendors may also have acquired some extra specific knowledge about Alfa Romeos through experience/research.
It has been proven before on this site for some topics collectors and enthusiasts (who are not vendors) have a greater knowledge than some vendors.
In Australia we have a saying 'we are not arguing over sheep stations(think$$$)' so cool you argument to facts/documentary evidence. Because in 50 years time people will be coming to Alfabb to look up facts about their cars!
|03-14-2019 10:30 AM|
|ghnl||They are only able to 'moderate' in their own section - not in the Alfa areas. And they have paid to be a vendor.|
|03-14-2019 10:28 AM|
A Moderator as a VENDOR? WiseGuide Deals
Originally Posted by Alfar7 View Post
Yeah I have to agree. A member that provides no Alfa related content nor interest, is here strictly as a vendor, and is a 'moderator', whatever that is. Sounds official. Are there perks, privileges, or powers associated with it, or is it merely self proclaimed?
What's up with this?