How to remove Ads posted in Qatarliving website

By Rio2017

Hi, I added an Ads in the website to sell a car, I am no longer selling the car, I would like to delete the Ads but I did not find how I can do it. Can someone help me to resolve this matter please?

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By Molten Metal• 6 days 18 hours ago.
Molten Metal

Saran, That is the way. Thanks

Things are easier when we follow the procedure as Brito said.

By Saran_hifi• 6 days 20 hours ago.
Saran_hifi

Hi Rio,

It Really simple....

Login your QL Account.

Open your Ad, which one you want to remove. After opening your ad, you can find the edit option below. click edit then also you can find below remove option & Click it.

Your add will be delete...

that's it...

By acchabaccha• 1 week 16 hours ago.
acchabaccha

Okay. Here is my suggestion. Go to the main page of QL and locate the "help" icon. Click on that. A window will open up. State your issue on that window and send it to the QL moderators. They will take care of the issue and help you out. Check your email for their reply.

Just overlook the comment of the "philosopher!" We have a couple of them very active at QL nowadays.

By acchabaccha• 1 week 16 hours ago.
acchabaccha

ROFL!

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What a good comment from Britonie!

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ROFL!...............Just can't stop!

By Rio2017• 1 week 16 hours ago.
Rio2017

Thanks for your reply, please, I need better explanation, what will be the first step to do?

By Britonie• 1 week 17 hours ago.
Britonie

Try the steps properly, u will be able to do it,

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