ED Magedson – Founder
DEAL DASH 50" Samsung TV won after 1089 bidsnot even 12 hrs running on item Internet
just monitored a Samsung 50" TV ....starting bids at 10:54PM EST by the next morning 8AM it was won at $10.89 with 3 bidders going at it..how it it possible there 130 plus bidders from the get go and as usual the item has 2-3 bidders in such a short time.going on "Bid Buddy" is the biggest mistake the cycle is every 30 seconds...that is 120 bids per hour and that is the money your spending to win plus the actual bidded cost....stay on an item 2-3 days at .15 Cents a bid...do the math.if you want get yourself a cheap bid package and do aninitial bid to get under the $5 "no new bidders" and study the way people bid..when you see 27 seconds between repeating a name that is BB.they DD have to control this winning .another TV was won for $270.17 that is 27,714 bids say at .15 cents each that is $4052.55 money to DD say four bidders going at it for 12 hours...each bidder spent $1013 on bids just to lose.the winner gets the item so his total is $1013 and 270.17 equals $1283.87 you do not get back bids when you win only if you Buy It Now!!!!!! which is $773.00 still over the brick and mortar stores.WARNING always check the retail places on big ticket items...
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