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Posted: 2011-02-20 by    disappointed11111

its a scam wityh bots

Complaint Rating:  86 % with 7 votes
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United States
Don't be sucked into buying bids from this site. Not only do the fees kill you but the bots are on almost every auction especially the large ticket items. Just today a $6000 Australian trip was won by someone that was bidding every minute for over 24 hours. He had not ONE previous win but somehow had 1263 real bids and 1593 voucher bids without winning anything before. How did he get the voucher bids? Dont start using site until they have some auditors monitor users and accounts.
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 21st of Feb, 2011 by   assa 0 Votes
I completely agree. THEY USE BOTS !!! I have observed it several times.
 23rd of May, 2011 by   birdirt 0 Votes
Search "Quibids are Scammers" on facebook and like me please!
 6th of Dec, 2011 by   JS11 0 Votes
QuiBids is a total scam. The site rakes in $$ millions and misleads the public that they actually have a chance to win auctions. If you've bought enough bids (an auction site with a 'buy-in requirement'?, sounds like gambling to me), you can enable their bots to bid for you or you can choose to sit glued to your computer with Bid Now button presses every 10 secs for the next 24hrs. This is an illegal online gambling site where a buy-in is required and then used as bets against others. The more bets (bought bids) you have the better chance you have of winning, however your timezone also factors in and the West coast has the best possibility of winning (since higher desireable items are seldom posted after midnight pacific time) plus the automated 'bots' the QuiBids has running to simulate real users will interfere with a real bidders ability to get an item without paying a 'minimum' (which they say they don't require... but the bots will make sure it's met).

Don't fall for it like I did. $60 down the drain, with nothing to show for it. Show me a true auction site that $60 in lost bids would amount to losing $60. They don't exist.

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