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gumtree

1. any of various trees that yield gum, such as the eucalyptus, sweet gum, and sour gum
2. the wood of the eucalyptus tree
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Gumtree might seem like a slightly strange place to acquire a brand-new business, but there's pretty much nothing you can't get on there, including the chance to become a green grocer.
Tina Murphy, 41, spotted the grey corner sofa on Gumtree over the weekend, and thought it would look perfect for her Bootle home.
Gumtree Australia's terms and conditions states under "what is not allowed on Gumtree" that "Blood, Bodily Fluids and Body Parts" and not allowed and "We do not accept ads selling body parts/bodily fluids, adoption or surrogacy anywhere on the site".
Judith added: "We did the transfer and next morning got an email from Gumtree saying, 'We think you are being scammed'."
"But it was not, because he advertised it to let on the Gumtree website."
Cleveland Police said yesterday they had become aware of a potential scam after a fraudulent text message was sent out asking people to log into their Gumtree account.
And cops revealed the road-legal blue Yamaha, worth thousands, had been advertised for sale on the popular buying website, Gumtree.
He said Shabir had worked out a plan to check on Gumtree to see who was offering attractive cars for sale and then committed offences under the pretence of buying them and going for a test drive.
This was quite a different approach - and one that we had not seen before - we have sold quite a few low priced items on Gumtree and potential buyers have always wanted to look and then paid in cash.
Once reunited on the outside, the pair embarked on a Gone in 60 Seconds-style crime spree which saw them steal the BMW and two other vehicles listed on Gumtree.
ANEWCASTLE business owner has turned to online classified site Gumtree after revealing plans to open an American style diner in the heart of Heaton.