Report: #1471465

Complaint Review: Dealdash -

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Dealdash Bidding website

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Deal dash is a known online bidding website. You can get really good deals that is if you don't win anything that dirt cheap. Once you do, they tag your account and from that point on you have a following of garbage automatic bidders that follow you everywhere. The tag works in such way that the moment you bid, a pop up appears for you to verify and confirm the bid, and that invites the flood of the garbage that follows you wherever you go.

I called up the customer service and the guy pretended that he didn't know about any pop-ups sent by Deal Dash and requested a screenshot of the pop up. I have it if you are interested to see what it looks like.

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