Good reviews from readers have sparked us to tell you about BidCactus.
BidCactus, based out of Fairfield County, Connecticut, started in 2008 and launched this April. They have a full customer support team available via E-mail and 1800-BID-8711, M-F.Â They ship all items via UPS and customers receive their items within 15 business days. BidCactus has approximately 15 employees.
BidCactus has new auction win limits effective today. There will now be aÂ limit of 30 total winning auctions per person in any 30 day period, as opposed to the previous 3 per day & 3 bids packs in any 30 day period.
Check out this video testimonial for BidCactus that won this guy 25 bids:
They have another video testimonial contest for August, upload a BidCactus related video and you’ll receive 10 free bids. Whoever has the best video of the month will get an additional 25 free bids.
Something to pay attention to: With each bid some item prices increase by $0.10 others by $0.01.
Some previous auctions:Â Â Nerf N-Strike Vulcan EBF-25 Blaster
Retails For: $49.99-($41.49 on Amazon)
Winning BidCactus Auction: $0.27
Garmin Nuvi 765T GPS Navigation
Retails For: $449.99 ($349.99 on Amazon)
Winning BidCactus Auction: $84.20
Nintendo DS Lite & 25 Bidpack!
Retails For: $148.75 – Winning BidCactus Auction: $3.70
BidCactus Daily Pageview: 15968
Have you tried BidCactus? Voice your opinion & experiences in the forum!
(Disclaimer: Links to BidCactus are affiliate links, if you click on the links to BidCactus and purchase bids PAW might receive a commission.)
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consumer August 7, 2009, 6:05 pm
It’s a scam. They use people to drive the bidding, forcing anyone to bid again… at a cost of 75cents a bid.
Avoid the site. It isn’t worth your time or your money.
rmb August 11, 2009, 5:04 pm
bidcactus is a scam. Like the person above said, they do have their own people drive up bidding. It’s ridiculous. Don’t waste your hard earned money!
auctionwatcher August 12, 2009, 7:26 pm
Thanks for the comments. However, how do you know that they have their own people bidding? They have an Alexa ranking of 64,691. I really don’t think that can be manipulated.
cee January 25, 2010, 6:02 am
If you get a commission how can your reviews be objective?
auctionwatcher January 25, 2010, 7:05 am
They are, I only take "commission" from sites I and the community believe are legit. There is nothing wrong with being biased to scams and promote those that are not scams.
Jeromy June 16, 2010, 1:14 pm
I'm not sure what to think of the site yet. I have won a Sony Alpha camera and got a crazy deal on it but I have not been able to touch anything since then. It seems that the site has people or bidbots bidding on their behalf. Or people are really stupid and spend $100's of dollars for nothing. The site is an amazing business… I watched an item sell last night for $60+ for an item that retailed for $499, which is just sick because with the bids being 0.75 cents a piece that made a killing the item. Either way, the site seems like somewhat of a scam. I have even emailed the customer support asking why they have bidbots and they say they do not do that and that they are audited. Sure they are… Either way, have fun trying it out.. I spent $75 total for bids and paying for the camera which retails for $600, so I made out ok..