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Attn Bidders: Rule Update - No Intimidation Tactics

Started by PennyAuctionWatch , Jan 10 2011 07:44 AM

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Additions to our forum rules:

· Also, please be respectful towards users (bidders), regardless of whether or not they are members of the PennyAuctionWatch forum. "Respect" is not to imply agreeing to not bid against a PAW member "out of respect" for a fellow friendly PAW member. By all means, bid against whoever you want, whenever you want. No need to apologize to others when you bid against them.

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·Do not mention how many bids you have, the number of bids you spend or will spend, links to previous, current or future auctions, in an attempt to intimidate and/or "stamp" & "claim" items on penny auction sites. Please refrain from vengeful language & referring to any bidder as a "jumper" either directly or subtly.

Be wary when posting about items wanted and looking for as this could suggest "claiming."

Please respect these rules and help us keep penny auction bidding fair for everyone.

Edited by PennyAuctionWatch, 10 January 2011 - 08:03 AM.

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Thanks for the reminder!

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Does this also include members egging other members on to go up against others? Seems pretty childish to suggest that bidders go up against others just to waste bids?

Bidding on auctions shouldn't be for the soul purpose of wasting bids but to get good deals. Doesn't make sense to bid on someone else just to waste other's bids.

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Yes, I agree Smithfield.

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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Noted.

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Thank you!

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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