Any winners on iPennyBid?

It seems like everytime I look at iPennyBid.com around this time of night they have the same 6 auctions going.

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Has anyone won & received anything from iPennyBid?

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  • Chad P. September 6, 2009, 10:23 am

    After putting more than $100 into the site, I came to the same conclusion as many of the people here. It is not a valid way to purchase items. The coincidence of the bidding that goes on (one evening at exactly 10 second left on each auction it would reset with a new bidder) made me start questioning the validity. The names of the people were not ones that a person who would be bidding would create, in my opinion. I think I happened to be in on a night when things were not running well by the "bidders" becuase nothing was selling, hmmm, just mark me a lesson learned kind of guy.

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  • Paul G September 8, 2009, 5:44 am

    Although I have bid many times my bid stock does not diminish?
    so have I done my wad on registration and all else is futile?
    Smells really bad!
    site seems very slow at times also? any other similar storys, and whats a bid buddy? mentioned but not explained …
    Free lunches .. must be the big que…

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  • Peter September 12, 2009, 6:14 am

    Hi, Well i would love to hear from someone who actually has one. I sank $200 trying to win a GPS unit. The action seemed to last about 18 hours finishing at 4am conveniently seconds after my session timed out and at an amazing high price!! I tend to agree with other posters…. scam. I believe there are some REAL bidders, but the system basically just takes all you money and then you still win nothing. Interesting also that they are able to source so many iphone 3GS phones since they are sold out everywhere!

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  • Barbara Sawyer-Koch September 14, 2009, 10:04 am

    I couldn't agree more with your conclusions. I have also squandered away $205, stayed up all night, bid so many times that I had a refined sense of the time lag for bids to record. Ipennybid.com seems to arbitrarily decide if bidding should be cut off at 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 seconds. I also lost at least three bids for the system timing me out at the end, despite having bid every minute or so in the interim–using up the costly points/pennies. I would like any input as to what options we have to challenge their software. When I looked at the fine print on their website, they have clearly ruled out any challenges based upon their system malfunction–as it did this weekend–effectively locking out bid options by the serving going down, coming up, going down.

    I am one livid bidder and would like to pursue action if I can determine this is intentional on the part of ipennybid.com. Any guidance is welcome.

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  • david sandler September 14, 2009, 5:32 pm

    I thought i would give it a go got my pennys started bidding on iphone same bidders about three of us i got rid of about $60.00 ran out of bids iphone was about 23 dollars

    so i watched being broke and low and behold about 5 mins later item was won by some one who wasnt in the bidding and i noticed a lag just before this happened must be a bot

    i dont think ipenny bid is going through much stock at all but there making a fortune where ever they are there not in canada as they claim and strangely enough they do have a telephone system I am very sceptical and i think you should be to. scam

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  • Nishath Khan September 20, 2009, 11:57 am

    Hi, I joined ipennybid.com today bought the basic 30 bids. I feel confident that most of the bids are being placed by BOTS. when I emailed them they cancelled my account and replied that I had never registered at ipennybid.com though I have placed 2 bids today. I'm pretty sure that this website is a major scam … to folks out there dont ever join its a Hoax

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  • Samit September 20, 2009, 5:52 pm

    Thanks a lot to all of you who forewarned us getting ready to purchase some bids. I now feel wise that i googled before purchasing.

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  • raj September 21, 2009, 8:39 am

    Guys i have just won a bid on iphone for 33.21. I had put in around 1000 Rs into it . i am awaiting their response. will post the proceedings . wish me luck.

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  • raj September 22, 2009, 12:22 am

    Sorry Guys ! IT IS A FAKE. After i contacted them . They removed the won Auction from my account. IS there no way of legally bringing them to justice. they are making a bully of so many innocent people like me out here.

    Here is a screen shot of my won auction yester day and today this is gone.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/41542189@N08/3942381

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  • Jo September 23, 2009, 4:35 pm

    Raj, I was bidding on that auction, and the site froze, I was unable to place my bid. You should have had your bids refunded for that auction, I did – they refund auctions when their are problems. I don't know why everyone gives iPenny such a hard time, I have been a member there for a while now and have won a few times. Items are always shipped fast. There ARE a lot of bidders, but check their Alexa, they are in multi countries with multiple timezones and their products are really popular. Be smart, and you will win! I think some of their negative publicity is starting to get to them, as recently I have managed to win some auctions for a low price!

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  • raj September 23, 2009, 9:22 pm

    Well Jo , can you please specify what all items you won. and also when the item gets added to your won list why does it get removed the other day. if they would have been honest they would have replied to my emails.

    Pardon me but after all that i feel you are also a part of ipenny.

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  • AnotherScam September 24, 2009, 3:03 am

    Hi Guyz,

    These guyz look like fake. I had recently played for 30 bids (30$) .

    Surprisingly when my bid reaches Zero seconds the time starts over from 60 seconds .. Does it design like this or fake?

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  • Chuymty69 October 1, 2009, 11:05 pm

    wow, i cant believe what just happend, ive been sitting here 4 damn hours bidding on 2 items. .. i spent about 200 dls on bids so i went balls out tryint to win at least 1 well as you know the price was going higher and higher,, suddenly these 2 new names show up all of the sudden and BAM, they win! WTF?? this has to be a friking scam no questions asked! I wish someone would watch these people stealing money from us, I feel like am at the carnaval where you throw a dart for 10 dls and you get this plastic toy worth 10cents for winning. DAMN.

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  • Vijay October 7, 2009, 9:28 pm

    Just wasted tons of cash and time trying to bid on some digital cameras for my wife (her b'days coming up) on bidvoo. Eventually ended up buying it from ebay. I wish I'd come across these comments before I bought any bids. Checked bidvoo today and surprise, they've now changed their name to bidpax. This is definitely a scam.

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  • vwins October 9, 2009, 7:43 am

    sigh. maybe it was lack of sleep, but i fell prey to the bidpax hype via an ad on facebook – now after 20mins of googling (and $240 down the toilet), it's time to go to bed…

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  • Julie October 11, 2009, 1:43 pm

    For an intelligent woman, I feel dumb. If it's too good to be true, it probably isn't. I had bids left at iPenny when the site went down, that's straight theft isn't it? All of our $100 and $200 purchases have made somebody a heap of money!!!

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  • Kyle October 29, 2009, 9:35 pm

    I jsut brought there $144 package before googling and i stayed up to 5am bidding on stuff that sold last 2 times before for less then a $1 and it got up to $7 this time i was so annoyed bid on a few others i found it would count down get to 2 then say "going" "GOING" and then it reset to 10 seconds with a name of someone bidding. Honestly there no way that can happen was like that for about a hour seriusly…DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY …. i've reported this to my bank to get money back i'd sugguest you do the same!

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  • Felicia November 3, 2009, 10:33 pm

    This website sounds and looks suspiciously like BidPax.com. Wished I had googled it before I forked out RM$105 for the 25 bids. Experienced situations like the above people. And I also noticed that on auctions with only 1 bidder, the timer will not EVER go to 0.00 and around 15minutes or so left, it'll reset itself to half hour, and it'll keep doing that until there are enough 'bidders' around.

    Damnit. What a waste of money… Should have googled and read about this first… And I totally agree with everyone's views above. I wonder if anyone had actually won anything. Maybe the odd one here and there?

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  • Ben (KIWI IN AUS) November 4, 2009, 12:18 am

    Hi guys, sorry to say it buy im another sucker caught up in the hype of this website, heading out to dinner tonight my mrs showed me a facebook ad for this website, and stupidly without googling first, i had purchased $144 worth of bids, only to find out this site is controlled by bots, unprofessional administration and is of course, a complete scam. Do what i did and apply to paypal to withdrawl/reverse your payment asap! and help get this website shutdown for good!

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  • Pramod November 4, 2009, 5:26 am

    Thank God, for putting thought of searching google just when I was putting up the card details. And Thanks to you guys for posting your experience, saved me precious $$.

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  • Jason November 4, 2009, 6:55 am

    Many have fallen victims to this scam. It has morphed into http://sg.ipennybid.com and now is bidpax.com.

    Go to http://againstscams.blogspot.com/ for further stories and details on how you can take action.

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  • Harshad Mishra November 10, 2009, 8:35 am

    I wish I had come acome across this thread before I wasted money on bidpax.com.

    Last minute bidders kept on appearing at the auction I was bidding on. The site is suspicious.

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