Here's all you need to understand their ethics:
On one of their pages (at ArrowOutlet.com - link), bottom of page, they claim the NY Times said:
"Successful bidders can win anything from a television to a car or a cash sum, for a fraction of its real cost."
Three problems: 1. It wasn't the NY Times. 2. It was in fact BBC but it was entirely misleading, in fact reversing the point of the article. 3. The actual article was an indictment of this type of business, calling it pure gambling and quoting officials saying it should be regulated like a lottery (ostensibly with equally ridiculous odds of success).
If they lie about this, what else do you think they're lying about?
Edited by elbo, 11 June 2011 - 07:24 PM.