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Posted by realbidtowin on 09 July 2015 - 04:42 PM
Hey all, been a while thought I wold pop in and see if any hard core bidders are still around. I think about my bidding days often as it was such a wild ride and exciting time, glad to have my life and free time back, however it was fun being the penny auction villain.
Anyway if any old timers are left like to hear whats up. I have no intention of bidding anymore though, it cost a small fortune building the reputation I had I would hate to have to do it over again, not that it would even work in this day and age of PA's.
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Posted by xtrude64 on 11 April 2015 - 04:33 PM
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Posted by Bullion-Auction on 12 November 2014 - 04:50 PM
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Posted by TBD on 12 April 2010 - 08:29 PM
e: directed at Shenanigans
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Posted by Shenanigans on 22 January 2010 - 05:54 PM
I think we have run into the same individual at swoobug.com. he tried to breach our security and manipulate some of the members accounts. we caught him and did a reverse on his IP address and notified his internet service provider
Not sure what you are talking about. Ian Robinson, owner/pseudo owner of BidTent.com bid against known power bidders, was caught and given a fair chance to admit wrong doing and make it right, lied/denied/walked away, had his wife come on here (she believed him, poor girl) and finally more evidence was given that was never refuted.
Ian came up with the story about a hacker changing the user account of the person who called him out for cheating, just to throw dust in the air. Apparently it worked for you. Ian's claims about a hacker never made sense, as I, PAW, and other are aware of some cheaters and their methods. What Ian described did not fit the bill at all.
If you read the whole thread, I think you will see what I mean.
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Posted by zero on 18 July 2015 - 03:13 PM
Now I just have no trust in the auction sites and haven't gone on one in years.
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Posted by dpennybidder on 30 July 2014 - 01:45 PM
Never been able to win ovewr here at dealdash. Bought a few penny auction bid packs and never won anything. Don;t like how high some of the auctions would get especially at night. Like thier customer servicee just ididn;t have pleasant experiences.
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Posted by PennyAuctionWatch on 21 March 2012 - 08:07 PM
For Release: 03/21/2012
[h=1]FTC Permanently Stops Two More Operations Charged with Using Fake News Sites to Deceive Consumers about Acai Berry Products, Defendants will Pay Nearly $1.5 Million to Settle Charges[/h][h=2]FTC Resolves first Action against "Affiliate Network" of Internet Advertisers[/h]Two more online marketers have agreed to settlements with the Federal Trade Commission that will permanently halt their allegedly deceptive practice of using fake news websites to promote acai berry supplements and so-called “colon cleansers” with deceptive claims that consumers could use them to lose weight.
In the first case, the FTC settlement with Intermark Communications, Inc., doing business as Copeacand several other defendants allegedly involved in the scheme results from the first FTC suit against an affiliate network. As an affiliate network, Copeac not only operated its own fake news sites, it also recruited an entire network of affiliates that used fake news sites to promote products with allegedly deceptive claims.
The FTC’s original complaint against the New York-based Copeac was part of a law enforcement sweep the agency conducted last year against 10 alleged operators of fake news sites. The FTC charged all of them with deceptive advertising for portraying the sites as legitimate news sites; making false and unsupported weight-loss claims; and failing to disclose that they were being paid by the merchants of their so-called weight-loss products. In settling with the Copeac defendants, the FTC amended its complaint by adding allegations that the operation developed an affiliate network, and by adding three individual defendants.
Under the settlement, the Copeac defendants will pay more than $1.3 million, which represents revenues they received from deceptive fake news site ads for acai berries, colon cleansers, and other supposed weight-loss dietary supplements; and revenues they received for other products marketed on fake news sites. The settlement also requires Copeac to monitor all its affiliate marketers when selling any good or service, obtain adequate information about the affiliate marketers it hires, approve their advertisements, and immediately stop processing payments generated by any affiliate marketer using deceptive advertisements.
In the second case, under the terms of the settlement with Coulomb Media, Inc., and Cody Low, also known as Joe Brooks, the defendants’ $2.7 million judgment will be suspended after they pay $170,000 in cash, proceeds from the sale of Low’s 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe, and a certificate of deposit.
As part of the FTC’s ongoing crackdown on bogus health claims, the proposed settlements with the Copeac and Coulomb defendants will require the operators to make clear when their commercial messages are advertisements rather than legitimate journalism, and will bar the defendants from further deceptive claims about health-related products such as the acai berry weight-loss supplements and colon cleansers they marketed. The defendants also are required to disclose any material connections they have with merchants, and will be barred from making deceptive claims about other products.
With these two settlements, eight of the 10 fake news site cases the FTC brought in 2010 have been resolved, and all the fake news sites affiliated with the eight operations have been permanently shut down.
When federal courts temporarily halted all 10 fake news operations last year at the FTC’s request, the agency alleged that their websites were designed to falsely appear as if they were part of legitimate news organizations, but were actually nothing more than advertisements deceptively enticing consumers to buy the featured acai berry weight-loss products from online merchants. With titles such as “News 6 News Alerts,” “Health News Health Alerts,” or “Health 5 Beat Health News,” the sites often falsely represented that the reports they carried had been seen on major media outlets such as ABC, Fox News, CBS, CNN, USA Today, and Consumer Reports. Investigative-sounding headlines presented stories that purported to document a reporter’s first-hand experience with acai berry supplements – typically claiming to have lost 25 pounds in four weeks, according to the FTC complaints.
In pitching the acai weight-loss products, the defendants posted attention-grabbing ads on search engines and high volume websites, such as “Acai Berry EXPOSED – Health Reporter Discovers the Shocking Truth,” driving traffic to the fake news sites and ultimately to the sites where merchants sell the products, according to the complaints. The FTC received numerouscomplaints from consumers who paid between $70 and $100 for weight-loss products after having been deceived by fake news sites.
Derived from acai palm trees that are native to Central and South America, acai berry supplements often are marketed to consumers who hope to lose weight. In recent settlements with other online acai berry marketers, defendants in the Central Coast Nutraceuticals case were required to pay $1.5 million, and Jesse Willms was required to surrender corporate and personal assets, including bank account funds, a Cadillac Escalade, a fur coat, and artwork. In 2011, the Commission brought a suit against another online acai berry marketer, LeanSpa, LLC, which the Commission sued in conjunction with the State of Connecticut. In that case, the FTC obtained a preliminary injunction barring the defendants from engaging in the charged deceptive practices.
The FTC helps consumers recognize and avoid deceptive claims made by fake news sites that market acai berries for weight loss. To learn more, see the consumer alert THIS JUST IN: Fake News Sites Promote Bogus Weight Loss Benefits of Acai Berry Supplements, and the videoFree Trial Offers, which explains how free trials are often used to market acai berry supplements and other products.
The amended complaint and proposed settlement against Copeac also name as defendants Timothy McCallan, Michael Krongel, and Danielle Krongel.
The Commission vote approving the amended complaint and proposed consent decree against the Copeac defendants was 4-0. The FTC filed the complaint and proposed consent decree in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, on March 1, 2012, and it was entered by the court on March 15, 2012. The FTC thanks the Florida Attorney General’s office for its assistance in the Copeac matter.
The Commission vote approving the proposed consent decree for the Coulomb defendants was 3-1, with Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch voting no. The FTC filed the proposed consent decree in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan on March 14, 2012.
Both consent decrees are subject to court approval.
NOTE: These consent decrees are for settlement purposes only and do not constitute an admission by the defendant that the law has been violated. Consent decrees have the force of law when approved and signed by the District Court judge.
The Federal Trade Commission works for consumers to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and
unfair business practices and to provide information to help spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint in English or Spanish, visit the FTC’s online Complaint Assistant or call
1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357). The FTC enters complaints into Consumer Sentinel,
a secure, online database available to more than 2,000 civil and criminal law enforcement
agencies in the U.S. and abroad. The FTC’s website provides free information on a variety
of consumer topics. Like the FTC on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
MEDIA CONTACT:Betsy Lordan
Office of Public Affairs
202-326-3707STAFF CONTACT:Steven M. Wernikoff (Copeac)
FTC Midwest Region, Chicago
312-960-5634Steven W. Balster (Coulomb Media, Inc.)
FTC East Central Region, Cleveland
216-263-3401(FTC File No. X110023) (Copeac)
FTC File No. X110037) (Coulomb Media, Inc.)
(Two Fake News Settlements NR)
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Posted by Zyekad on 28 November 2009 - 10:59 PM
I just wanted to post a warning about a new penny site bidsauce.com.
I purchased a pack there to give it a try since it only opened a few days ago and there was little to no competition. I watched prior to purchasing that pack and all the $50.00 gift cards were selling between $0.05 and $0.23 depending on company the card was for. This was consistant for over two hours of auctions, with about 6-8 completing per hour.
As soon as I bid on the first card it miraculously went to $0.30 with two other bidders at the same time. I dropped out of that one because by that point both of them seemed to be going at it pretty hard. Not too surprisingly, it sold at $0.31 - only one penny higher than my final bid.
I then watched a few more gift card auctions, all selling under $0.23, with some as low as $0.07. Then I decided to try a second one. Same thing happened, where as soon as I started bidding there were a couple other people that jumped in and at around $0.35 I gave up. Again, not to my surprise after seeing this high of an amount with 2 other bidders fighting with me for the high bid the entire time, the auction was won at $0.36.
I had a few bids left and at this point figured it was a scam with shills, but decided what the heck, I'll give it a try just to see. After a few more gift cards passed by at low amounts I bid again, and I'm sure you can guess it, as soon as I ran out of bids at $0.33 total, against 2 other bidders, at $0.34 it sold again.
Three auctions, 2 other bidders each time with different names, and each time it sold for exactly 1 penny over what I had bid up to and those three sold for more than any other auction for over 4 hours total in both watching that site, then participating. I guess it is technically possible it was just very unlucky of me, but when the auctions are all low except for three of them I bid on, then every one of those three I lost by one penny, with two other heavily active bidders in each auction I was a part of... well, I will let you draw your own conclusion.
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