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Posting shill reviews is fraud!

Started by PennyAuctionWatch , Sep 21 2010 07:22 PM
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From the FTC: "Under federal law, you’re required to advertise your product or service and the terms of the sale honestly and accurately. You can’t place “shill” bids on your item to boost the price or offer false testimonials about yourself in the comment section of Internet auction sites."

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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Yeah shill blogs are much harder to monitor

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Yeah shill blogs are much harder to monitor

Right... let us know if you find any.
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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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