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Haggle.com / Ripoff

1 United States Review updated:

This website is ingenious for the owners. A ripoff for the average consumer. This is NOT an auction site. This is a raffle site where only chance will allow you to win. The owners are raking in huge...potentially 300% to 1ooo% of what the product is worth.<br />
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Don't use this site unless you love to lose your money GAMBLING!! This is a GAMBLE.

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  • Rk
      11th of Feb, 2010
    +1 Votes

    I work for Haggle.

    Unlike a regular retailer that earns profit on every item sold, Haggle earns a profit on some items and a loss on others. Please see our FAQ (http://www.haggle.com/Home/Help) and join thousands of fans discussing strategies at our Facebook fan page (http://www.facebook.com/Haggle).

  • Sm
      23rd of Feb, 2010
    -1 Votes

    Haggle.com is one of worst shop site for consumers. Haggle.com owner(s) gets all the profit. all the good items, tv, bb gift cards, ipod, notebook get 200% - 1000% profit. all the cheap items or useless items, chocolate box, electric toothbrush, pasta maker might get good deal. when you bet, you think you are winning but how much investments you already put in plus the price of winning item. every bid is 50 cent to 75 cent. This site is not auction site, it is raffle site, like a lottery but only one winner. Come on people, wise up. Think of Big Picture.

  • Eh
      21st of Mar, 2010
    -1 Votes

    Haggle.com is more than just gambling; its owners are STEALING the money of innocent bidders by using shill bidders and by charging almost one dollar per bid but increasing the amount of the bid by only one cent. The same twenty of so people comprise most of the winning bids, and many of them win more items than the site's terms say are allowed. Don't bother to send any messages to them...you just receive the standard, "cut and paste" responses probably processed by a bank of minimum wage earners with no true knowledge of how the site works and certainly no authority to make changes. In short, everyone should be warned not to use this site or any of the many others like it. Want to gamble? Go to the casino or race track...at least you will be entertained while losing money...and the odds of winning are certainly better.

    Haggle.com...a true rip off.

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