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Haggle.com / Website is a scam

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This is definately nothing more than a scam and someone needs to contact whatever agency deals with this kind of trickery. I've been watching this one bid since 8am. They have one bidder "slpnbeauty" who constantly bids as sson as anyone else bids, including myself. The trickery part is that the amount of times slpnbeauty has bid would be the equivalent of having purchased more the $500 worth of bids while they are bidding for an item that costs $349 on the street. Clearly this is not a real person trying to buy something for themselves but either a person or program who's objective to make sure that no real person out there wins the bid.. Take a look for yourself. Last night there was one called "themickd" doing the same thing.

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  • Rk
      19th of Feb, 2010
    0 Votes

    I work for Haggle.

    The site is completely legitimate and has shipped thousands of brand name and brand new items to auction winners all over the country. See our Facebook fan page for lots of user stories, tips, and general discussion with over 4, 000 active users. http://www.facebook.com/haggle

  • He
      5th of Mar, 2010
    0 Votes

    Haggle is not a scam. It is a competitive shopping site. I have been getting amazing deals from the site since early December. I won items such as Wii Console, Kindle, Ipod Nanos and Ipod Touch, numerous gift cards, household products and lots of other stuff. The two bidders you mentioned in your comment are some tough bidders but even they have lost auctions before. If you want to be successful you have to pick and choose your battles. Haggle has win limits so everyone gets a chance. Do some research and visit the Facebook Fan Page. If you visit some of the other bid sites, you'll see the same thing happening on there. Sorry about losing your bids but you should watch several before you get involved to see how the others are successful at it. Best of luck to you in the future. haggle screen name: pawsoff

  • Ju
      14th of Jul, 2010
    0 Votes

    It is a total rip off.I spent $100 and got nothing.At least if your in a store no one can rip money out of your hands like these people

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