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Old 04-26-2011, 11:44 AM
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https://www.skoreit.com

Mike and Mike in the morning are all over this is it too good to be true.......
Old 04-26-2011, 12:02 PM
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Most of the pay per bid sites are.. . . . .dubious.
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You have to pay per bid and luck has it the bidding goes by the penny. So one stupid item has 100's of bids that people pay for then someone finally wins. They get a decent deal but all the other bidders have paid for the item 3 times with the charges on the bidding. I wasted $25 there once and learned their trick real fast.
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Originally Posted by fishingfun View Post
You have to pay per bid and luck has it the bidding goes by the penny. So one stupid item has 100's of bids that people pay for then someone finally wins. They get a decent deal but all the other bidders have paid for the item 3 times with the charges on the bidding. I wasted $25 there once and learned their trick real fast.
I just purchased 60 bids......figured why not looking for a new watch....I won it wit 10 bids.........I might be hooked....
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Just looked at the site and they are bidding off a 60 pack of bids which cost $38. That is what they sell for on the site which makes each bid cost 63 cents each. They have over 80 bids so right now the have 80bids x .63 per bid = $50.40. So they have now made over $54 on a package of 60 bids that you can buy for $38. This is how they make their money. They don't care what the item sells for they care about the number of bids.
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Just looked at the site and they are bidding off a 60 pack of bids which cost $38. That is what they sell for on the site which makes each bid cost 63 cents each. They have over 80 bids so right now the have 80bids x .63 per bid = $50.40. So they have now made over $54 on a package of 60 bids that you can buy for $38. This is how they make their money. They don't care what the item sells for they care about the number of bids.
agreed...seems like more a gambling website....kinda...
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sounds like quidbids.com

http://www.google.com/search?q=quibi...ient=firefox-a

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