The Irish Daily Post has put up a picture of a Craigslist ad with a message that read: “If you are looking for something to buy this weekend, please contact me at (971) 564-1616.
It is a really good price.
There is a very small chance you might find something good.”
In the ad, the seller asks, “If we could just have some time to enjoy our vacation, what would you like to buy?”
The ad then states: “The best thing is to bring the family for some great BBQ.
My wife has some beautiful dogs and they are great with the cats.
I’m also hoping to get a new sofa or two.
They will be so nice.”
The seller then asks: “What do you like most about this weekend?
I’m sure you have a lot to say about it, but if you have anything to say, please share it.”
“We want to thank you for your time and attention.
We know this is a long process, and we are trying to be helpful and friendly.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email us at [email protected].”
The advertisement ends with a photo of a box with a price tag of $10,000.
A spokesperson for the Irish Daily posted a response to the Craigslist ad on its Facebook page: “We were shocked when the poster sent us an ad for the weekend.
We had no idea that this ad was so cheap and we contacted the seller to inquire about it.
The seller was so gracious in our communication and said she had a great deal to offer.
She said that she was very pleased with the offer, so we decided to share it.
We understand the frustration you are experiencing with this advertisement. “
We are also sorry that our staff was not able to respond to your email and would love to get back to you soon.
We understand the frustration you are experiencing with this advertisement.
Our staff are constantly looking for ways to improve our services, so if you need any help, feel free and email us.” “
If this is the first time you’ve ever been approached by someone looking for a good deal, we want to offer some pointers and advice on how to be successful with Craigslist.
Our staff are constantly looking for ways to improve our services, so if you need any help, feel free and email us.”
The Irish Examiner reported on the Craigslist deal, noting that the ad was posted on the company’s Facebook page in April.
The Daily Post reported that the poster did not provide an address or phone number for the seller.
It was not immediately clear if the poster was a member of the company or was just someone who has posted ads.
It did not appear that the post was intended to lure prospective buyers.
A source told the Irish Examiner that the posters offer was made “in the hopes that they would not be too busy”.
A Facebook page for a real estate agent with the same name said that it was “a place to get good deals and get people talking” and that its ads were posted on Craigslist “many times”.
A spokesman for the real estate agency told the Daily Post: “I don’t know what the origin of this post is, but we don’t post the same kinds of ad often.”
The post has since been removed from the page.
In a statement, the Irish real estate board said it would investigate the ad.
The Irish Independent reported that a person with the company contacted The Irish Post about the advertisement and said it had been removed.
The Post contacted the person and asked if they had heard of the poster.
They said that the realtor had made a mistake in their advertising.
The poster was not a member or employee of the realty company, the Post reported.