Thanks for your f.b. Interesting suggestion which doesnt actually account for the fact that I'm a member at five other PA sites; not just Quibids. They just happen to be the only site
with questionable practices on a regular basis via my experience
. I believe thats what the point of this forum is: sharing our experiences for others to join in with. "PENNY AUCTION RED FLAGS"
. I actually bid very little and infrequently on Quibids. You state you've read the other posts/warnings I've shared here- so (forgive me for the repetition) Im left with a stack of Bids on their website and not particularly enthused about spending them down for the "sake" of gambling from within a trap.To me thats at the least worth a receipt for "501K non profit donations" to give to my accountant come tax time
. I DONT feel the same way about my bids sitting at Beezid, Biddogz, Bidcactus, Bidsauce, OR Bidstick. I do want those who are brand new to PA to see all sides of the PA world, with P.A. REDFLAGS
as a great useful resource. ONLY Quibids
has blatantly dishonest, questionable, and non disclosed practices I want others to be warned about.Particularly since they've changed the ToS eliminating the statements describing limitation of member's auction participation at their discretion. I am thinking its great for you to have positive experiences with them, yet wonder if "Penny Auctions Red Flags" is the perfect arena for that. Clearly we use different measurement criteria for analysis-please note I respect yours too. Again Many thanks for your input. Which(not here perhaps unless you wish to "caution" readers) other sites do you use and compare them to? (curious). Happy Bidding, Happy Winnings, and Happy Purchases!