Update to Motors listing dates

Written by The Trade Me Motors team in Motors at 5:00pm, Tue 21 Jun 2016

Today we changed the way we display listing dates on Motors classified listings on the desktop site.

The date on each listing will now be displayed as one of the following:

• Listed today
• Listed yesterday
• Listed within the last 7 days
• Listed within the last 30 days
• Listed more than a month ago. More...

Payment delays over Queen’s Birthday weekend

Written by The Trade Me team in General at 7:30am, Wed 1 Jun 2016

Due to the long weekend there’ll be a delay in processing payments to your Trade Me account made by phone or internet banking.

If you pay by these methods, please note that payments made after 10:00 pm on Friday 3 June will not be processed until Wednesday 8 June.

If you top up by credit or debit card, your payment will be processed instantly. More...

A privacy policy change comes into effect today

Written by The Trade Me Team in General at 3:30pm, Tue 31 May 2016

Earlier this month we gave you a heads up about a few changes to our privacy policy which come into effect today.

Access to the Motor Vehicle Register via section 241 of the Land Transport Act 1998


CourierPost quotes missing when you book a courier

Written by The Trade Me team in General at 3:00pm, Fri 27 May 2016

Update: Tuesday 31 May

CourierPost have fixed their issues and are back up and running. You can now use them on our courier booking service.

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Australian motor vehicle statutory write-offs

Written by The Trade Me Team in General at 4:30pm, Wed 11 May 2016

Today we’re announcing that we’re including an addition to our banned and restricted list, and rolling out a new policy for listing Australian imported motor vehicles, which have been statutorily written off in Australia. The new policy is that Motor Vehicle Traders must disclose in the listing body if a motor vehicle was statutorily written off in Australia.

Trade Me is concerned that there are vehicles in the New Zealand fleet that have been through the statutory write-off process in Australia and then on-sold without the buyers being aware of the history of the vehicle.

Find out more about the reasons for this change on our Trust and Safety blog and check out our new Help page on how traders can comply. More...

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