- Report: #960150
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Complaint Review: Deal Dash
Deal DashInternet United States of America
Deal Dash Deal Dash winning bid not acknowledged Internet
*Consumer Comment: Same thing with me 2 times now
*UPDATE Employee: Why the auction in question continued.
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Hi Chris! Sorry that you feel cheated or misled.
An auction goes to checking when there is a surge in user activity (for example, when many users try to put in bids at the same time). When this happens, the system pauses the auction for a moment while it registers all of the activity and sorts it in accordance with its programming. After it finishes, the auction resumes as if though nothing out of the ordinary happened. [continued below]....
While it is somewhat inconvenient to users, and our development team is constantly working towards minimizing these instances, it does still happen, and does not have an impact on how the auctions progress or who wins.
The other user probably has a BidBuddy set up.
If youd like, you can send me some details about the auction this happened in and I can have a closer look.
I have a screen shot showing that I am the last bidder and that the clock expired.
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