You are not winning anything at this site. All you are doing is buying junk you do not need. You are wasting money. Not winning anything.
by Silly Goose - 10 hours ago
The site charges you for every bid - even if you don't win. Every bid is only a very tiny amount over the previous price - so that iPad is currently listed for $10 - your bid will be $10.05... so of course someone will be right there to overbid you. Each bid also adds some time to the clock to make sure that there's time for someone else to overbid you. At the end, that means you'll most likely end up paying $60 for 100 bids and win absolutely nothing.
by malica - 10 hours ago
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