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Has anyone used bidbudgie.co.uk auction site?

Started by charlie , Jun 21 2010 05:47 PM

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I'm just wanting to know if anyone has played on bidbudgie and if so do you recommend it? Does it seem legit? UK Lowest Unique Bid Gaming | Cheap TV iPod iMac laptop | Bid & Win on BidBudgie!

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Well I took the plunge and joined Bidbudgie and i must say i'm impressed with them so far, the site is really friendly and looks good too. Admittedly I have only used the free credit given to me when I joined (£5), I am however winning an auction and will let you know how I get on claiming my prize (presuming i'm not outbid!).

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I am a member of all the well known bidding sites and have been lucky enough to win some amazing prizes, I came across Bidbudgie through this website, I registered and told my wife and family and friends about it as we all love having a flutter on these sites, I must admit that sometimes we try to help each other and other times we try to outbid each other to be the ultimate winner, I won £10 on Bidbudgie for 43p and used it to bid on some GHD's for my daughter (you get a phonecall before they release the prize to confirm your account) and my son won £20 for I think it was 84p, he knew his sister wanted some GHD's and with Christmas coming up he used his winnings to also bet on the GHD's, within 15 minutes of my son paying for his prize and placing his bids HIS account, MY account and my MOTHERS (she is addicted to these sites now, she loves them more than bingo) account were closed, apparently 2 people from the same family bidding on the same item is NOT allowed, I have asked for money I have paid for bids and my sons money to be returned to our paypal address, I've heard nothing else.
Also you must be aware that the auctions on this site can run for months and months, I did'nt realise this when I bought my first bid package, once the auction reaches zero if the site has'nt made enough money on that auction the timer is reset and it starts again, I've never seen this before, I won a £170 wallet on Bidbroo for 1p, when the auction finished it shown you the bids placed, the only bids placed were 10 bids by me, this would not happen on this site so be prepared to spend money and wait a long long time for the auction to finish and do not invite family or friends or your account WILL be closed.

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I am a member of all the well known bidding sites and have been lucky enough to win some amazing prizes, I came across Bidbudgie through this website, I registered and told my wife and family and friends about it as we all love having a flutter on these sites, I must admit that sometimes we try to help each other and other times we try to outbid each other to be the ultimate winner, I won £10 on Bidbudgie for 43p and used it to bid on some GHD's for my daughter (you get a phonecall before they release the prize to confirm your account) and my son won £20 for I think it was 84p, he knew his sister wanted some GHD's and with Christmas coming up he used his winnings to also bet on the GHD's, within 15 minutes of my son paying for his prize and placing his bids HIS account, MY account and my MOTHERS (she is addicted to these sites now, she loves them more than bingo) account were closed, apparently 2 people from the same family bidding on the same item is NOT allowed, I have asked for money I have paid for bids and my sons money to be returned to our paypal address, I've heard nothing else.
Also you must be aware that the auctions on this site can run for months and months, I did'nt realise this when I bought my first bid package, once the auction reaches zero if the site has'nt made enough money on that auction the timer is reset and it starts again, I've never seen this before, I won a £170 wallet on Bidbroo for 1p, when the auction finished it shown you the bids placed, the only bids placed were 10 bids by me, this would not happen on this site so be prepared to spend money and wait a long long time for the auction to finish and do not invite family or friends or your account WILL be closed.


As was explained to you by email, it was the actions of your son after winning the credit (ie bidding on the same auction as every other member of your family) that caused us to close all of the accounts.

We have systems in place which flag up any sort of collusion in order to protect all of our honest and genuine members. We had already been in touch with you and advised you that we had seen all 5 accounts registered with your family and gave you and your family the opportunity to continue to play in a sensible manner. Instead you placed every bit of free credit and every bit of credit won in our free auctions by all of the accounts onto the same auction. What did you seriously expect us to do?

Our free auctions are there for everybody to enjoy. If the 5 accounts you hold all bid in every free auction (as you were doing - and within about 2-3 minutes of each other too) then they aren't fun for others as they have a much lower chance of winning.

Anyhow, the bottom line is all of your accounts have been closed and the monies have been refunded - and you're lucky we've done that considering your actions.





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