; The suckers bid.

Posted on April 17, 2008 by Onlooker.
Categories: negative.

Nose2It seems to me was thought up by a group of brokerages who were starting to get wise to the ever growing real estate available on ebay, and wanted to try and slow the trend. An ebay alternative would be a wonderful thing, but not through, their sales/listings are totally in the sellers favor with $1500 “transaction fee” charged to the winner(That’s $1500 less you have to spend than with a conventional offer).

Even if you are the winning bidder, there is no obligation for the seller to actually close the deal, and if you find fault and not purchase, it’s a $350 charge to your credit card.’s sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any bid on this website regardless of how that offer is made, whether or not it exceeds the reserve price and whether or not it is the highest bid offered.

There’s no clear way to contact sellers for questions before bidding, few details, and one last nail in the coffin, the site forces Flash for functionality. review… 1 of 5 stars; It does have a few listings


Comment on January 18th, 2010. appears to be “parked” and merely acting as a place holder with links to other sites of the same basic genre.

Comment on January 18th, 2010.

Hopefully they went out of business vs the more likely renaming of themselves.

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