Many Vancouverites cling to Craigslist for a variety of reasons. It may be social influence or comfort that drives them to use the site. However, its popularity may depend on how users use the site. Here are some tips for navigating Craigslist Vancouver (a) Be wary of fake driver’s licenses.
Pom poms with handles
You can find pom poms with handles on Craiglist Vancouver for $30. You can buy them in a variety of colours, including blue, pink, and silver. Craigslist Vancouver is filled with weird and unique items. There’s even an African spear and shield for $150.
Fake driver’s license
If you’re looking for renter housing in Metro Vancouver, you need to be wary of scams on Craigslist and other websites. The Burnaby RCMP is warning the public to be aware of identity theft after an adult male’s identity was exposed on the dark web in 2021 and used in various scams.
Craigslist is full of fake ads. You’ll want to check out each individual’s profile to ensure they’re legitimate. The BBB is a useful resource for checking out businesses that are registered with the organization. If you’re suspicious of an advertisement, you can find the company’s membership in the organization.
Some Craigslist scams involve a scammer sending a scam message or sending an email to a potential buyer. Usually, scammers are using Craigslist ads to scam people out of money. This is why you should always look for a company that is reputable and has a good reputation.
North Island Princess ferry
The decommissioned North Island Princess ferry is for sale on Craigslist Vancouver. It’s a hybrid-electric electric vessel that carries up to 150 people and 38 vehicles between Vancouver and the Texada Islands. The vessel was constructed in 1958 and has a top speed of 13 knots. It’s currently being sold off for $159,000 but is open to reasonable offers.
It’s no secret that the North Island Princess ferry has seen better days. The ferry was decommissioned last June. The Island Discovery, a hybrid electric ship, will take its place. Until now, the North Island Princess was the largest passenger vessel for BC Ferries. It was operated by the company until it was bought by the government.
It’s a gorgeous boat, but it’s also a nightmare to parallel park. For $159,000, you can buy the decommissioned North Island Princess ferry from Craigslist. This ferry is about 61 meters long and can carry up to 150 passengers. Its capacity has made it difficult to parallel park, so you’ll need to make sure you can park the ferry safely in a space large enough for it.
This boat is equipped with twin MTU V12 2000 engines and can carry up to 150 people and 38 cars. It can also travel at a maximum speed of 13 knots. If you’re looking for a used ferry, you can find one on Craigslist or at the Pacific Boat Brokers website. They also have a listing for the former passenger ferry V2V Empress