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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 7:17 am 
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List of DealDash bidders who overbid. Add your overbid experience.

I'll start with:

Cdc1951 and Candyman45 on a $25 CVS Gift Card
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1897002
As of right now, Cdc1951 has over 390 bids and the other dumbo has 260.
Neither one have won bid packs to explain the overbidding.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:47 pm 
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babyboi does too a lot


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 27, 2013 3:42 pm 
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loneeagle0077 wrote:
babyboi does too a lot


I saw that name bidding on the espresso maker. obviously I was going to wait it out.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:19 pm 
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Here's a list of the worst; pull their stats

rmwaller
rezak
purkertova(last i looked -$40,000!)
Giles
DarkBlueEyes(shes erratic stupid)
laurel2013(300bids on $12 kcups)
tmcw
littlebitsexy
kingrich
sherryjesko(-$23,000!)
lucylou(loves to jump late, over bid)
cindyloohoo
bearcreek(loves to jump late then over bid)

Go to DD hall of fame, then check stats. Most of them may win a lot, but most are seriously in the negative also. Exception would be that infamous collusion group.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 29, 2013 10:59 pm 
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You can add...

JOY7714

...to the list. Her history has a ton of auctions where she bids more than triple the auction value.


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 7:37 am 
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I have definitely overbid before, but many times I either got free bids from an item out of stock and really wanted something, or I did it by accident thinking I would get out any second, or I got upset/too attached. But I have no idea how these people consistently overbid, losing hundreds on about 2-3 auctions a week. I couldn't sustain that, and I could not do that to my family. I really envy the people who take their time and bid only a little bit and get huge deals. That takes so much time, though. I have marked several people in red and will add them as they come to mind, but this is a great list so far.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 9:09 am 
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3tmsacharm wrote:
I have definitely overbid before, but many times I either got free bids from an item out of stock and really wanted something, or I did it by accident thinking I would get out any second, or I got upset/too attached. But I have no idea how these people consistently overbid, losing hundreds on about 2-3 auctions a week. I couldn't sustain that, and I could not do that to my family. I really envy the people who take their time and bid only a little bit and get huge deals. That takes so much time, though. I have marked several people in red and will add them as they come to mind, but this is a great list so far.

I have over bid plenty of times, on the premise to make those late jumpers pay for jumping in late. I don't have an issue conceding an auction but if they jump late thinking they are going to steal, I will double my bid then hopefully dump & bin before they concede. I watch way more than I have ever played, there are some serious gamblers on DD. What I don't get is the money wasted on bid packs. Some bidders stats show thousands wasted on packs, and no bids on merchandise. That's like going to a casino and trying to win Monopoly money.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:49 pm 
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Great analogy Mshorsewoman! I could never understand that same group of bid-pack bidders only bidding on bid packs and little or no merchandise. I would think, "what's the point?" and began to wonder if they were "real" bidders. I liked to try to snag a bid pack here and there to keep my account going, but without fail, at least 3 or 4 of this group would be bidding away on them. IF you didn't run up against 3 or 4 of them, there were a couple of them that would wait until several of us bid 25-50 bids and it got down to two bidders and they would jump in. Didn't make any sense or cents! With the collusion and many newbies who just have to stomp each bidder that comes up, the site is no long any fun and there are no deals. I purchased 200 bids several times recently hoping it would change. Almost out, so will quit while I am ahead as far as ROI. It has been great bidding with many of you and I hope I repaid those I knew had helped me at times. It was fun while it lasted!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 10:25 am 
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I totally understand overbidding to squash late bidders, however, I am talking about the people who bid and bid until they win. They do not get a chance to BIN the item and win with such huge losses. I do not understand the winning at all cost mentality. I could not sustain that.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 10:33 am 
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Imalunatick
Merse1949
Ayporfavor
Gettogether
Aboveretail
Poormax
Muffy10
Sanchezdrty


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:05 am 
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3tmsacharm wrote:
Imalunatick
Merse1949
Ayporfavor
Gettogether
Aboveretail
Poormax
Muffy10
Sanchezdrty


Poormax is pitiful , bids til he wins duh ! Sanchez is a guy who puts his picture on DD site with his "wins" his first name is Robby . Peekaboo is another one , and Katheine as well . Whole site if full of either idiots or bots , or perhaps we were the idiots thinking we really could win


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:35 am 
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It really was easier to win last year. I'm carefully getting rid of my bids and getting out. It takes too much time to win too little. Every auction I enter, there is at least one person who will throw out tons of bids. That is not to say that there is no fun left, obviously something has kept me there, but the bad is starting to outweigh the good.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 08, 2013 8:44 am 
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Jtaylor62
missagentsmith
cidoutbid
xcopper
BigD13
karensueann
Firstmate1941
miamitaz


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 09, 2013 9:25 pm 
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Don't forget:
bethjanelle
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1925289

Common to spend way more than item is worth.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:53 pm 
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Add:

NeverStoppin1

Currently bidding on Apple MacBook valued at $2,000. He's put in over 26,000 bids for this item. At $0.16 per bid that equals over $4,000 (twice as much as the item is worth).

https://www.allpennyauctions.com/auctio ... 0cba7adad/

According to his profile on APA he's about $16,000 in the hole and that's counting the overinflated value assigned to the bid packs he's won. For example, he recently won a 1,000 bid pack by using 937 bids...yet it gives him a positive value of over $300.

Realistically this person is over $20,000 in the hole.

This does get me thinking...does DD create fake profiles to drive up the cost of items and waste more bids from people who actually pay?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:15 pm 
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nycsimone wrote:
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NeverStoppin1

Currently bidding on Apple MacBook valued at $2,000. He's put in over 26,000 bids for this item. At $0.16 per bid that equals over $4,000 (twice as much as the item is worth).

https://www.allpennyauctions.com/auctio ... 0cba7adad/

According to his profile on APA he's about $16,000 in the hole and that's counting the overinflated value assigned to the bid packs he's won. For example, he recently won a 1,000 bid pack by using 937 bids...yet it gives him a positive value of over $300.

Realistically this person is over $20,000 in the hole.

This does get me thinking...does DD create fake profiles to drive up the cost of items and waste more bids from people who actually pay?

DD is the one site I do not think has to use bots or shills to drag in thousands of unsuspecting victims. I would venture to say most have not idea how much money they are losing until the credit card bills start to arrive, then they have to explain to their spouses how they managed to go thousands in debt in a matter of no time.
I watched DarkBlueEyes burn over $16,000 in just 2 months. It just like the casino, the slots give just enough to keep you playing while you feed another $20 in again & again & again.
I watch, been bidding a little(very little), but it's pretty much a lost cause.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 6:20 pm 
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It seems like there's a random winner that makes out ok here and there. Really luck winning a $10 gift card for $0.50 or something like that...but other then that I don't see ANYONE making money.

The only time you can get ok deals is when DD has FREE auctions like what's going on now...


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 13, 2013 1:14 am 
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I am pretty sure DD does have bots , like around oct and nov people who haven't bid in almost a year start showing up in auctions . I saw a guy the other day who had been a member since 2011 but ... he had bid on 3 auctions until that day...... then he is going nuts on something . I am done so is my husband . I putz on quibids a bit but not really thinking there is really any money to be made on any penny auction now . Way too many bidders on DD for the amount of auctions that is why people overpay. Quibids is ok at night later on . Not near the bidders there but then bids are 60 cents , not like DD . Sadly tho people on DD with cheap bids , they think they are doing good until they check their ROI . Yes you can buy it now but why the prices are higher than retail , to get your bids back .. definition of insanity LOL. I wish they would open up the auctions yea they still have more than any other site , but with all the idiots there it doesn't make a difference .


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2013 12:56 pm 
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Here's another one to add to list, "SandraandTom". 10,269 bids at an average of 16 cents each totals out to $1,643.04, plus the final auction price of $427.06 for a grand total of $2,070.10 for a $1,250 Apple Mac. Oh well, if that's what they want to pay so be it.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 3:27 pm 
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The problem is finding an auction where there is no overbidder. Getting harder and harder to do. That is the cause of a lot of late jumping. Waiting for overbidders to exhaust themselves.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 22, 2013 4:14 am 
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so much for no jumper right that is crap we all know that. The auctions are not fair and honest anymore be it DD or the other people . I just don't bid anymore ! I gave up when people spent 2 x 3x 4x for products I would rather order it online or go shopping , rather than sitting in front of a computer dealing with people who can't add , or stomp or cheat or collude or overbid !


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 7:15 am 
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At the time of this post, auction is ongoing and I saw names that had been mentioned in other posts..Are people NUTS? Or do some just bid stupid just to run the price up? But I looked at ronaldgorr stats and he seems to just bid crazy and lose big and must have more money than sense, all I know is I work many many hours to earn a paycheck, and can't just over pay for stuff. Might as well go to any store for that fact and when the cashier says that'll be $76.23, start an argument and refuse to leave until they take $176.23...just plain crazy... ronaldgorr was already over $93.26 as of this post and still throwin' his money out the window...


http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1966830


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 8:05 am 
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You sound like the rest of these folks, BigT. Spoken from the mouth of another newbie.

Save your money if you work that hard for it. PA's are are flat out gambling.
You will lose a lot before you ever come out ahead.

Some people are a bit crazy, and will overbid on "stuff". However, if you bid against someone whom the item "belongs" to, you will get a beating. Realize it is NOT about the money for a lot of bidders. If your thinking is that you are only looking to get a good deal, go shopping at good sales!

Most of the posts by these folks claiming cheaters or crazy people are just upset because they have been beaten down, and do not understand why.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 10:16 am 
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mishmash wrote:
You sound like the rest of these folks, BigT. Spoken from the mouth of another newbie.

Save your money if you work that hard for it. PA's are are flat out gambling.
You will lose a lot before you ever come out ahead.

Some people are a bit crazy, and will overbid on "stuff". However, if you bid against someone whom the item "belongs" to, you will get a beating. Realize it is NOT about the money for a lot of bidders. If your thinking is that you are only looking to get a good deal, go shopping at good sales!

Most of the posts by these folks claiming cheaters or crazy people are just upset because they have been beaten down, and do not understand why.

You are right, this is gambling. There are a lot of "gamblers" on all PA sites and also a lot of cheaters.
The squabbling your hearing on the cheaters is not just "claims". Most is right it black and white. DD used to be one of the "cleaner" sites, until the last 6 or so months when they started all the prime time advertising. This in turn attracted all the power bidders and cheaters from the other big sites.
Getting educated before you bid is the key to any sort of bidding success, thought PA's have become flooded with people who are desperate to win anything.
DD is about the only site that you can at least walk away with something using BIN, but check the Amazon price before you decide to bid a product to the BIN point. If you are with in 10% of the Amazon price go for it, get your bids back. The biggest draw back to the BIN is the late jumpers, so you also have to figure how far you are willing to chance going over BIN value to make the late jumpers lose money when they come in.
Big ticket items are where the cheaters come in, this is a living for them. Though the cheaters ring that we have been B****hing about looks to have been tamped down for the time being.
I have bid against both of y'all(my user id is different than my APA) and you probably thought I was nuts for the number of bids I used, but there is a reason for it. I choose my auctions wisely. I am not greedy but I will bid over BIN, then drop and BIN. I am not greedy, I just will not give an easy win to someone who jumps in late for a steal. But those who give me an easy win will be returned the same favor if the opportunity arises.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 10:20 am 
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Always check your avatars to the left. Watch out for CarlwithMary. One of the worst late jumpers I have seen. Usually on bid packs, and will go 20% over. Time for them to have the late jump favor returned.


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Wasn't an issue of saving my money, I just find it amazing that people get so hooked that they just bid to win..I know it's a gamble period. But watching people just bid mad is funny. And I myself know better then to just throw bids in any auction without knowing full well I intend BIN it if I won't save anything, I won't ever bid til I win going over retail. And as for the name mentioned carlwithmary, I have seen them jump plenty of times, I won't join in n auction if I see 2 or 3 that have been going at it, just won't do it, i'll wait for another one to start if I want it.

Not new to PA's just new to the apa site & DD, and this is not my bidder name. But one thing I will not do is bid crazy to run up a price one anyone just for spite, I believe what and how you treat another will be returned 10 fold... as for funny stuff happening on here, ya know it does, it happens in casinos too, there are cheats and crooks everywhere, and I saw plenty of them on ebay with the same seller name as their bidder name reselling which I know goes against the rules, but idk how you can stop someone from selling something they own. I have never won a big ticket item and rarely bid on them and don't have an account with ebay so i'm not reselling anyhow, I just bid on stuff I need or can use and was going to buy anyway.
And mishmash you are 100% spot on, this is a losing battle, 98% are in the hole, the only way to get and stay ahead is to be lucky 100% of the time, and I for sure am not that person:)...Happy Holidays to everyone and may luck be on your sides!!!


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:02 am 
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I am not even gonna try to name them all it's almost all the people there except for the one's who collude , who seem to be the only one with any brains left . bidding over a 100.00 on a 100.00 card because it's free is lunacy . 108.08 on a 100 amazon card is 1728.96. I know why they don't cap these auctions or lock them like Quibids . At least there you can buy the item for the amount you have in it . What good is BIN and get your bids back when this is the way it is there?? Penny auctions are scams and I am sorry I ever went on one .


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 2:25 pm 
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This one is wrong on SO many levels!!

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1976721

nabfrosty over 3100 bids $469.
carr329 over 3800 bids $582.

The items worth $210

One got screwed big time. I don't get it. Neither have bid pack wins. WHY?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 1:14 am 
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Mr Simon the french word for idiot is Idioot lol anyway you spell it it's either stupidity personified or DD people that work for them no other way


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 8:23 am 
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Actually it does make sense.

About 3 weeks ago Carr jumped an auction that Nabfrosty was in, he finally let it go to Carr. This was a payback auction. Nab jumped Carr after they were fully invested in that auction, but Carr did not let it go to Nab, so they both stayed in past a ridiculous amount of bids.

Is it stupid? Maybe to you, but obviously not to them.

I spend a lot of bids to pay people back for jumping my auctions. If they do not get it, and continue to touch me again, I will hit them every time I see them until they figure it out.

Some auctions are hard to understand why people bid the way they do, however, it does not mean the bidders are cheaters, or that DD is using shills, it just means you don't get it.

All the bidders you think are colluding that deal dash won't do anything about, could very well be bidders who have history together. And not just from DD, but from any of the 300 other penny auction sites.

May you all treat bidders how you want them to treat you. Happy bidding


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:55 am 
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so mishmash your saying this is about who is right not what is right . To go on an auction site means your trying to get a deal . Not pay 2x,3x,4x retail no matter how someone treats you . BIN is the choice most logical people do. It's only the ones with issues that keep going over retail . I hope people don't go to the gas station and say well I got this 100 gift card on Deal Dash , but I had to pay 450 dollars for it so I get that much in gas right ? That is the logic your applying here and it isn't logic it's pure and simple selfishness and stupidity :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 8:43 am 
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meowhisseyfit wrote:
so mishmash your saying this is about who is right not what is right . To go on an auction site means your trying to get a deal . Not pay 2x,3x,4x retail no matter how someone treats you . BIN is the choice most logical people do. It's only the ones with issues that keep going over retail . I hope people don't go to the gas station and say well I got this 100 gift card on Deal Dash , but I had to pay 450 dollars for it so I get that much in gas right ? That is the logic your applying here and it isn't logic it's pure and simple selfishness and stupidity :lol:



It is all about what is right, and jumping other peoples auctions is not right. That is selfish, and if you jump the wrong person, it's also stupid.

Just because YOU think I have battled to the point of BIN, does NOT mean you can now "jump" into my auction. You are not going to try and steal what I have been fighting for. We are all trying to get a "deal", so claim your own auction -AND FIGHT FOR IT. If it was my auction, and I battled for it from the beginning, and now I am at BIN, you think it is now your turn to get the good deal by jumping in, because according to you, I should BIN?? Are you crazy??

Let's say you are first in line at Best Buy to buy a laptop for $100, but only the first 10 people are going to get one. Do you let the new comers butt in front of you in line just before the doors open, so now you have been pushed to pay re-tail?

I am not going to let someone try to steal "the deal" from me. As you say, "no matter how someone treats" you, really? I bet you get walked all over in your life

BTW - To BIN is the most logically choice? Wrong. To BIN on PA sites is the stupid choice, everything is way over retail, you pay full price for bids, add S&H, and you paid WAY to much. I call THAT stupid.

For every Card or item that I have "overpaid" for, I have won 10 for almost nothing.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 10:58 am 
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Meow, I just looked at your last two wins on DD. I didn't need to go any further.

You are exactly what I am talking about. You jumped into an auction at $1.33, and another at $5.36. DISGUSTING!! If you were interested you should have been in it at the beginning!

You are the Evil and selfish bidder. YOU are the bidder who is trying to jump into others auctions to get the good deal. Try claiming your OWN auction.

Stay at DD and Qbids, they are the only places you have a chance to survive in the PA world. You have to give respect to get respect.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:29 am 
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Mishmash, I have bid the past months on DD and have never seen Meow be disrespectful. You point out reasons in an earlier post why an auction went way over the top and/or that some may have a "history". Perhaps the auctions you are claiming that Meow "jumped" into are ones with a "history". Do you bid on the DD site? Without fail anymore you can put in quite a number of bids and when it gets down to two bidders, there are almost always jumpers, and this is obviously the strategy of many of these new bidders. I have a couple on my list I intend to "pay back" if I see the opportunity. I have to laugh at some of these bidders though, they jump in when they see it's down to two, bid away until it's down to two again, and then another one just like themselves comes along and starts. Do they win much? Doubtful.


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 14, 2013 9:57 am 
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mishmash wrote:
Meow, I just looked at your last two wins on DD. I didn't need to go any further.

You are exactly what I am talking about. You jumped into an auction at $1.33, and another at $5.36. DISGUSTING!! If you were interested you should have been in it at the beginning!

You are the Evil and selfish bidder. YOU are the bidder who is trying to jump into others auctions to get the good deal. Try claiming your OWN auction.

Stay at DD and Qbids, they are the only places you have a chance to survive in the PA world. You have to give respect to get respect.

Its sure is quite humorous to see someone give such a tongue lashing to an honest bidder like Meow. How can you give "paybacks" when you do not even bid on DD? Oh, you get all those virtual wins on BidCactus. And Qbids? See you got tromped on there too.
Evidently your not capable of comprehending what you are reading here. Yes there is whining about the collusion(big items), but mostly us long time customers at DD are discussing the ruination of what was once a good site. Respect once ran rampant on DD. Meow gave to me several times and returned favors. There is not respect to be earned or rewarded anymore when you have nearly 3 million members.
Do you not own a calculator? How is BINing a $25 gift card for $25 plus bid return a loss of money? It has just come to the fact that you bid on what you will BIN.
Sounds more like your the bitter bidder hear.


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MrSimon wrote:
This one is wrong on SO many levels!!

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1976721

nabfrosty over 3100 bids $469.
carr329 over 3800 bids $582.

The items worth $210

One got screwed big time. I don't get it. Neither have bid pack wins. WHY?

Hey There MrSimon...this is one going on now at time of post, $430.00 over already???? What do people think, heck losing $430.00+ and still going, wow wee...I don't understand, guess some are just either loaded or just plain dumb.

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1991779
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$192.59
00:00:01
Winning:
Bombadero
Retail $600.00
Price -$192.59
5240 bids @ $0.16 - $838.40
Bombadero Loses $430.99
Auction Summary Last 5min Last 15min
Bids Per Minute 6.80 (+0.80) 6.60 (+0.13)
Unique Bidders 3 (N/C) 3 (N/C)
Bids: 19259 (99% tracked)
Unique Bidders: 114
19259 bids @ $0.16 $3081.44
Price + $192.59
Retail - $600.00
DealDash.com Profits $2674.03
Bidder Bid Date
Bombadero
192.59 2013-12-14 12:43:02 PM
RES1425
192.58 2013-12-14 12:42:53 PM
flblueprint
192.57 2013-12-14 12:42:44 PM


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http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1988662

and

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1996021

wth is up with that?


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mishmash wrote:
Actually it does make sense.

About 3 weeks ago Carr jumped an auction that Nabfrosty was in, he finally let it go to Carr. This was a payback auction. Nab jumped Carr after they were fully invested in that auction, but Carr did not let it go to Nab, so they both stayed in past a ridiculous amount of bids.

Is it stupid? Maybe to you, but obviously not to them.

I spend a lot of bids to pay people back for jumping my auctions. If they do not get it, and continue to touch me again, I will hit them every time I see them until they figure it out.

Some auctions are hard to understand why people bid the way they do, however, it does not mean the bidders are cheaters, or that DD is using shills, it just means you don't get it.

All the bidders you think are colluding that deal dash won't do anything about, could very well be bidders who have history together. And not just from DD, but from any of the 300 other penny auction sites.

May you all treat bidders how you want them to treat you. Happy bidding


I get it now. Thanks for explaining the history. It just did not make any sense WHY they would keep going like that. If anything, they could have both pulled out when a third person jumped in and gotten their bids back. Must be nice to be rich!!!!


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Mishmash how is someone stealing a deal when you have paid more than retail . WOW . Common sense in every way says BIN and get your bids back . Oh you have made my brain crack in half with your "logic" I do not late jump and because I didn't bid first or in the first 50 cents I am evil ?? Wow ok I am all those things , whatever , but your logic is still stupid


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:10 am 
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Meow, I apologize, perhaps evil was too harsh a word. Although your jumping into the Banjo auction, initially at $4.19 (I stand corrected, you then came in with bid #2 at $5.36, nothing like a tease that your interested, lol), is definitely considered jumping in late.

I finally realized that some minds can only think in one direction. I am sorry.
Any other direction just doesn't seem logical. Which explains why MY logic does not make any sense to you. It's ok, I didn't intend to make your brain crack in half. :) I think you need it altogether.

Happy Bidding, honey.

MsHorse, You are correct, I do not play on DD. I have Never been to Qbids, sorry that is not me. I know better than to play on either of them, thank you.
I play at virtual BC, but only for entertainment now. Bids are literally FREE. I pay for nothing. First 2 years were great, but now they do not ship. Thieves they are
The other PA sites I play at are NOT tracked by APA. Less traffic, more wins.

Merry Christmas everyone.


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mishmash wrote:
Meow, I apologize, perhaps evil was too harsh a word. Although your jumping into the Banjo auction, initially at $4.19 (I stand corrected, you then came in with bid #2 at $5.36, nothing like a tease that your interested, lol), is definitely considered jumping in late.

I finally realized that some minds can only think in one direction. I am sorry.
Any other direction just doesn't seem logical. Which explains why MY logic does not make any sense to you. It's ok, I didn't intend to make your brain crack in half. :) I think you need it altogether.

Happy Bidding, honey.

MsHorse, You are correct, I do not play on DD. I have Never been to Qbids, sorry that is not me. I know better than to play on either of them, thank you.
I play at virtual BC, but only for entertainment now. Bids are literally FREE. I pay for nothing. First 2 years were great, but now they do not ship. Thieves they are
The other PA sites I play at are NOT tracked by APA. Less traffic, more wins.

Merry Christmas everyone.


mishmash, what's your DD name. I want to make sure I don't jump you late!!!!!


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 22, 2013 5:32 pm 
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Ok, Here's a good one...overbidding and jumping

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1997878

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... ae731ad27/

are these names familiar???


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BigT wrote:
Ok, Here's a good one...overbidding and jumping

http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=1997878

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... ae731ad27/

are these names familiar???
Unreal??? still going and way over the top!!


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2013 7:55 am 
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I'm pretty new here but I found jweruss to over bid he is $65 in the hole on a $250 that he currently would have to pay $67 more if he won.

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... 490e681eb/

Please help me understand this?


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:36 am 
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Well add me to the overbidders list! I've decided if I've been in an auction since the beginning and I don't win, woe to the jumper who comes in.


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jkmurray1997 wrote:
I'm pretty new here but I found jweruss to over bid he is $65 in the hole on a $250 that he currently would have to pay $67 more if he won.

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... 490e681eb/

Please help me understand this?


Lots of reasons.
Could be:

DealDash shill bidder
*** off bidder getting even with current auction jumper and/or previous jumpers
racking up the time
super rich guy or gal who doesn't care about money

OVERBIDDERS is the number one problem at DealDash.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:36 am 
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MrSimon wrote:
jkmurray1997 wrote:
I'm pretty new here but I found jweruss to over bid he is $65 in the hole on a $250 that he currently would have to pay $67 more if he won.

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... 490e681eb/

Please help me understand this?


Lots of reasons.
Could be:

DealDash shill bidder
*** off bidder getting even with current auction jumper and/or previous jumpers
racking up the time
super rich guy or gal who doesn't care about money

OVERBIDDERS is the number one problem at DealDash.


We'll I'm a auction jumper if I didn't I would never win anything at a deal. All I can do from now on is respect the people that respect me. I keep a list is @$$O at my desk. Now that i'm here I will make a list of good guys to.

I will never overbid but I might stay in long enough to make sure a stomper looses. I do BIN a lot if I get over invested. But I'm learning.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 30, 2013 2:09 am 
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Hello again JK
I agree it is tough to win on DD lately without jumping. BUT, if you look, you will see that you can wait out an auction until the original bidders are out. Then it's fair game. That is what I try to do.

Bidding from the beginning seems to be a losing proposition for me lately!!

Oh, and I also let bidders I know from this forum bid without interference. Now that I know you, I will respect any auction you have committed too.
:D


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MrSimon wrote:
Hello again JK
I agree it is tough to win on DD lately without jumping. BUT, if you look, you will see that you can wait out an auction until the original bidders are out. Then it's fair game. That is what I try to do.

Bidding from the beginning seems to be a losing proposition for me lately!!

Oh, and I also let bidders I know from this forum bid without interference. Now that I know you, I will respect any auction you have committed too.
:D


That sounds like colluding to me


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Bidder1, Letting others bid without interference is not collusion, nor is staying out of auctions where you see it's obvious other bidders have already committed. It's called R-E-S-P-E-C-T. I've sat back and watched when it was obvious a bidder was going to win and didn't jump in because I had not been in the auction to begin with, nor do I appreciate that when it's done to me. Do you appreciate it when jumpers come along after you've invested a high number of bids, or someone jumps in and stops you from winning the auction at the very last couple seconds? Besides, if several of us on this forum would be involved in the same auction, collusion would be the first thing we'd be accused of!


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($2,160.00) 2013-12-24 12:38
24,826 / 79,003 @$0.15
-$3,723.90......LOL


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:38 am 
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Bidder1 wrote:
That sounds like colluding to me


Not even close.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:40 pm 
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Dew1111 is an overbidder or bot.

$100,000.00 in the hole.
https://www.allpennyauctions.com/users/ ... m/dew1111/


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Dew is bad , too many to list anymore


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Lesson cost money, and good lessons cost a lot of money. I stay away from Dew for sure.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 09, 2014 9:06 am 
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WOW!!!
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=2014489

Holy smokes 27815 bids and still going...Guess tryin to prove a point???


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I read through this thread. I can see both sides (mishmash's side and those against him).

However I wanted to clarify -- at least 3 or 4 of the accused overbidders (where links were posted with the xamples of the auction they "overbid on" were FREE auctions or 50% off auctions.

two examples:
bethjanelle
NeverStoppin1

so don't accuse everyone over overbidding -- make sure you know if the auction is FREE of 50% off, etc


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BigT wrote:
WOW!!!
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=2014489

Holy smokes 27815 bids and still going...Guess tryin to prove a point???

His Bio says he's a retired teacher and had used over $5000 in bids. Glad he's not teaching my kids. Must not have been a math teacher.


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househarleys wrote:
BigT wrote:
WOW!!!
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=2014489

Holy smokes 27815 bids and still going...Guess tryin to prove a point???

His Bio says he's a retired teacher and had used over $5000 in bids. Glad he's not teaching my kids. Must not have been a math teacher.


LOL... you got that right, and it's still going, over 30k in bids, could of bought two of them, but I guess some people just don't care, or think if they win the auction that their ahead...just glad that I know 2+2=4....


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:02 am 
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Well we have a winner, it ended with bigbuckhunter ahead with a
mere 30896 bids!!! I know the final price was free, but Dang.... :shock:

Winning:
bigbuckhunter
Retail $2435.00
Price -$1513.04
30896 bids @ $0.16 - $4943.36
bigbuckhunter Loses $4021.40


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It's free auction week...
CYSBOY3114 Won a $10 IHOP gift card. He placed 229 bids. Bid total $36.64.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 19, 2014 7:24 am 
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TheFrightmare wrote:
Dew1111 is an overbidder or bot.

$100,000.00 in the hole.
https://www.allpennyauctions.com/users/ ... m/dew1111/


Dew1111 is on another now,
http://www.dealdash.com/battle.php?auction_id=2050999

One thing they have to be proud of is the "Back up the truck" trophy, Requirement,
placed over 200% an items value, lol, that's one award I never intend to achieve...
guess some people just like being in the hole looking up,the are so far in the hole they need to look up to see down.... :shock:


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In auction now with jacksdeals...he is way over 700 bids for a 600 bid pack and is jumping on every bid. It was just the two of us for the longest time and now of course others are jumping in for the ride. He still is overbidding with all of them. How stupid!!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 20, 2014 1:34 am 
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Big T it is totally insane the overbidding on DD either there are a lot of people who need help or they use bots to get the prices up . I have seen people spend thousands of dollars overbidding to get a deal the only deal there is for Deal Dash , they dash off with your cash . Fair Honest , well not really , not even close . I am so over the PA thing back to ebay where I know i can get a deal and 99 times out of a 100 no bots LOL .Better odds better BIN prices very little overbidding . PA's are not the way to go anymore


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Your right on, the auctions ceo's are the only one making out... And i'm glad for JKMurray for that guitar win, great win there for under 5 bucks,wtg...The problem is the letting it go past retail, I like the way quibids stops you at retail, I would like to see them do the same,or start locking all the auctions at 3 dollars.

But you will still have the ones waiting until the end to start throwing bids, but as JK said before, it's about the only way you can have half a chance anymore on winning or just be extremely lucky. I saw one going just a bit ago with the name mentioned here before more than a few times, going way past the retail mark, either to say they won it or as I have heard from a few, to prove a point and run the other up???, That's stupidity to waste your own money, I've said it before, swallow that pride and just bin it, karma will take care of the person...The gift cards are the ones that crack me up, I love watching a certain few just go so overboard bidding past the card cost. I thought of starting a small site just for gift cards, hell that's all you would need to sell. Just watched one last night a $200 shell gas card go 36% past retail.. Just wish I had computer skills,I would go buy 10K in cards and start there and build up.. ;)


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OMG!!!!!
(learning this terminology and skills from my 7 year old granddaughter)
For a really good laugh check out:
DealDash: jamesparrish22
He has to be a multimillionaire


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Anyone ever seen this bidder? crack1379 Another overachiever...lol


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Hmmm... I see we are still doing the deal dash discussion. Guys (and Girls) I got off a long time ago when things were going sour. I may not have won tons of computers over the years, but I am one the few people who is actually in the green, both on deal dash and on Quibids. Now, in their defense, I have never had late shipping, but living in Las Vegas I guess puts me closer to CA than the East Coast would. I thought it was time to get off when they had way too many new bidders and when this site started charging...and rightly so, but unless i can get 3 screens going at the same time, with all of them for free, I am wasting time and money. And unless you are super careful who you are playing against, and got this site working, and your auction site, and a third site who tells you who is playing what and where, then you simply are not well informed enough to play. Just my thoughts


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$100 Lowe's Gift card

http://www.allpennyauctions.com/auction ... 5a8e094c9/

CysBoy3114 is up to 2541 bids!!!! That is out of this world crazy!!!


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Dell Computer, retail $631.48

Minimom503 6,365 bids

www.allpennyauctions.com/auctions/450ff9e3d6de2d15/


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