I believe that the more penny auction bidders that come together and post their honest experiences, exposing the shady-scam penny auction sites, the less and less shady-scam sites will stop being the majority in the penny auction industry. Stand with me.
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To the Scam Artists: Enough is Enough
What Does i and R mean under auctions
An i under an auction can be clicked to find the description on the item. You should always read this to make sure you are bidding on something you really want. This will also tell you if there are extra steps to take if you win this item such as emailing customer service with the version, color ect. that you want. The R means that this auction might have a reserve on it.
Don't even try this site. Bad... Scam... I spent $600.00 with paypal account and won laptop. They never ship the winning items and you can not claim to paypal when it pass 2 months. Even you explain to paypal, don't get money back and not getting any winning items. Bad site... No customer support...
Oh no...I would be freaking out!!! I am so sorry you lost so much money....can't you take them to court?
They were one of the origional auction sites, and they had a chatroom. A lot of us won. THEN we noticed bots/shills. The owner admitted to the bots. Several people requested refunds, and got them within 36 hours. (not pay pal). I will NEVER bid there again!
I respectfully disagree. I don't think bidstick.com is a scam. Ive won 2 auctions already. So, I know there are real winners. With penny auctions, just like any other auction, there is only one winner. yes, you have to pay to bid but thats how the owners of these auctions can sell items so cheap and still make a profit.:biggrin:
Tammy, do you mind sharing your user ID at Bidstick?
Edited by dragon ball, 05 January 2010 - 07:58 PM.
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