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February 02, 2018, 03:14:15 PM
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Hello guys!

What about this new website?

https://cryptobids.xyz/

You can easily a lot of thing...an iPhone X for example! Take a look--> https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19264/?ref=756

Or many other things!

Thanks!
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February 02, 2018, 08:28:10 PM
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Those penny auctions was actual 5 or maybe 10 years ago?! I didn't know that people are still playing it.

At least post pictures with prizes and your username on paper. To prove us that prizes are real.


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February 02, 2018, 08:40:42 PM
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Those penny auctions was actual 5 or maybe 10 years ago?! I didn't know that people are still playing it.

At least post pictures with prizes and your username on paper. To prove us that prizes are real.

What do you mean with "your username on paper"?
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February 03, 2018, 07:44:30 AM
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Maybe I understood what do you mean...did you think I was claiming I won something?

I was just talking about the website! I didn't win anything! Not, yet!  Smiley

I just bidded the 5 free credits they gave me upon registration + 10$ that I bought  Grin

You are right! this is a "business model" of 10 (maybe 15 years ago): I don't even remember the first website (based in UK?)...bidster, maybe? then I guess there was another which name was youbid (which lasted until few years ago)...at the end all of them were closed by authorities because they were working without gambling license (or something like that...)...or there was any other reason that I do not remember?
I remember that there was some people claiming to win more often than others from these websites, using a sort of technique: bidding always a lot of prices in a row or something like that...does somebody reminds something?

However I guess they are new...since nobody has been talking about it and, so far, nobody is saying they are not serious...

There is somebody here who won something there and didn't receive the prize? Or somebody who won something and got the prize?

Please, let us know!
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February 03, 2018, 03:20:25 PM
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Appears to be a genuine site. I am going to bid 4 sure.
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February 03, 2018, 04:15:02 PM
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Appears to be a genuine site. I am going to bid 4 sure.
Have you won any auction on this site? if not, how do you know they're genuine? they could easily rig it and win every auction by themselves, i would strongly advice one to stay away from sites like these.
I'd suggest to try this site instead (https://truegame.io/prizes), they're still in beta/testing, currently giving away $10 to try their games, everything is verifiable/on blockchain.

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February 03, 2018, 04:45:11 PM
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I don't know who will believe in this kind of website as if you look at their completed bids you will see that they are literally giving away the auctioned items at a lost. I mean come on man!!! 2 cents for an Apple Watch and 30 cents for a Galaxy S8? Also all of the winners are repeating. They don't even have a time to post pictures of the actual product. All of the pictures are grabbed from the internet which is really one of the red flags that this is not a legit auction website. If I were you I would stay away from this kind of website as it is nor trustworthy. They must have a reserved price or something in order to achieve their selling point even at a discounted rate.

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February 03, 2018, 05:46:46 PM
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I don't know who will believe in this kind of website as if you look at their completed bids you will see that they are literally giving away the auctioned items at a lost. I mean come on man!!! 2 cents for an Apple Watch and 30 cents for a Galaxy S8? Also all of the winners are repeating. They don't even have a time to post pictures of the actual product. All of the pictures are grabbed from the internet which is really one of the red flags that this is not a legit auction website. If I were you I would stay away from this kind of website as it is nor trustworthy. They must have a reserved price or something in order to achieve their selling point even at a discounted rate.

Funny of you to say that the other site is not trustworthy, when you are publicizing your own website that does pretty much the same thing lol
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February 03, 2018, 05:57:59 PM
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For some reason I just do not trust any sites with the domain .xyz!
It seems they just went for a cheap hosting company to get the generic name.
If they had any funds they could just have a redirect to their domain. Smiley
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For some reason I just do not trust any sites with the domain .xyz!
It seems they just went for a cheap hosting company to get the generic name.
If they had any funds they could just have a redirect to their domain. Smiley

Custom domains, like .xyz, .land, .app, .whatever are getting more and more popular lately.

Even Alphabet (Google's parent company) has its domain as https://abc.xyz/
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February 03, 2018, 06:22:24 PM
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Not sure about other people, but I signed up for that site a couple of days ago and got the 5 free credits they offer and used them to spread them through a couple of auctions that were running to get the hang of it.

When I had the hang of it, I thought screw it and put $10 on it (10 credits), and made 10 multiple bids on a PS4 auction (0.01 to 0.10) and I actually won.

This is the auction that I won: https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19260

For some reason no one else thought of bidding 0.01  Grin

After the auction was over I got a notification on my auctions page to pay for it and set up the delivery address, aswell as an option to get the BTC value of the item instead of the item itself.

I actually preferred the BTC value, so I didn't have to pay customs and taxes to import it to my country (Brazil), which has huge import fees.

Here is their TX of the BTC prize: https://blockchain.info/tx/6dc34c18214ee8e7e3323916dc0cc9ec42f18d95c8b6e9aa8eb5517d0e7bb2e9

I don't know about anyone else's story, but I can say from my own experience that they're legit.
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February 03, 2018, 06:57:16 PM
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I don't know who will believe in this kind of website as if you look at their completed bids you will see that they are literally giving away the auctioned items at a lost. I mean come on man!!! 2 cents for an Apple Watch and 30 cents for a Galaxy S8? Also all of the winners are repeating. They don't even have a time to post pictures of the actual product. All of the pictures are grabbed from the internet which is really one of the red flags that this is not a legit auction website. If I were you I would stay away from this kind of website as it is nor trustworthy. They must have a reserved price or something in order to achieve their selling point even at a discounted rate.

They are not losing anything...whatever will be the final "price" is not that their earning: they earn from the number of bids the auction gets.
To understand if they are losing or not you have to count the total bids...for example I did some math with the latest auction:

https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19269

I pasted all the bids on an excel and I could count 266 bids (if I didn't mistake): this means that they earned 266$ + the 0.02$ (winning bid) = 266.02$

Considering the retail price is 329$ they are "just" losing 64$ ... and this make sense:
- first if you check the registration's date of the domain name, the website is new so I guess they still not have enough users placing bids and these "losses" are probably normal during the "startup" step
- second I guess they paid much less than 329$ for that item

I also noticed that there is an user ("indianparadise") who won more than one auction on last days: this means there are very few members placing bids....and so if you put enough budget (let's guess 100$) you can place 100 bids and so it is much easy to win an auction: with 100 bids you can place a bid from 0,01$ to 0,99$ getting an higher chance to win

In the specific example (https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19269) this "sarah94" got an item (retail value more or less 300$). Even if she/him paid 100$ or 150$ to get it...it worths!

Of course we have to figure out is they are actually delivering the prizes (either by sending the item or equivalent amount in BTC or whatever).

What do you think?
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February 04, 2018, 12:36:30 PM
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Hello guys!

What about this new website?

https://cryptobids.xyz/

You can easily a lot of thing...an iPhone X for example! Take a look--> https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19264/?ref=756

Or many other things!

Thanks!

What about this site? How can people believe what is on this site? First they do not have any proof that they hold the items, second let say if they hold it, how can they deliver it to us? Everything that they use in the end will get our personal information to be used for anything. This is quite risky to play this kind of game, it is to good to be true

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February 04, 2018, 12:38:01 PM
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Hello guys, I'm going to try to win the Samsung S8 (https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19272) that is going to expire within more or less 6 hours..

I will make screenshots to document it all.

I'm going to deposit 200$ total...even if I guess I will not need to use it all...we will see!

If somebody wanna follow "live" this process, just enter the website in more or less 6 hours and half from now!

However I will update you all here...

See you later!
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February 04, 2018, 12:41:31 PM
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Deposit done (200$):

https://blockchain.info/address/18trMAx9hLFPxibaKQ45iJ61yxd5zEiYL5
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February 04, 2018, 12:55:38 PM
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Hello guys!

What about this new website?

https://cryptobids.xyz/

You can easily a lot of thing...an iPhone X for example! Take a look--> https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19264/?ref=756

Or many other things!

Thanks!

What about this site? How can people believe what is on this site? First they do not have any proof that they hold the items, second let say if they hold it, how can they deliver it to us? Everything that they use in the end will get our personal information to be used for anything. This is quite risky to play this kind of game, it is to good to be true

Yes, but betting on a roll of a dice that the owners can always control the output is totally legit  Grin


let's hope it goes well for you!
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February 04, 2018, 01:01:09 PM
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https://imgur.com/a/Wtfj1

Credits ready: I used a new account (user mambo77) to get also the 5 free credits  Grin

TOTAL CREDITS AVAILABLE 205!
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February 04, 2018, 06:53:02 PM
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In few min I will start bidding...if somebody wanna follow the auction: https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19272

Anyone is welcome  Grin
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February 04, 2018, 07:26:01 PM
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Ok guys! This is what happened!

I funded my account with 200 Credits: the total amount was 205 (including the free BIDS the system gave me upon registration)

https://imgur.com/kQ8mHD9

When the countdown was more or less around 1 min (maybe a bit less) I placed a "multiple bid" from 0,01$ to 0,10$:

https://imgur.com/kcZhChl

I become the temporary winner...I waited a bit and...nobody bidded against me...Huh

Somehow I won the S8 for 0,02$! (https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19272)

https://imgur.com/fKpoSoF


I paid the 0,02$ (the system took it from my credits:

https://imgur.com/Sjzf8lC

Updatind the shipping details..they say they will not send me the item (probably the do not send in my area...?)...however I put my BTC address...

https://imgur.com/JuvcLA8

Now there is the time of the truth: will they send me the prize?

To be clear I will publish also my BTC address: https://blockchain.info/address/1PPXxYoY6ZHrSzanPzDneGJK5smRiRE3aQ

Well...nothing to do...let's wait...if within 24h they will not send anything...it is a CLEAR SCAM!

By the way...I updated 200$...while 10$ was enough  Huh Huh Huh
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February 04, 2018, 10:24:29 PM
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Ok guys! This is what happened!

I funded my account with 200 Credits: the total amount was 205 (including the free BIDS the system gave me upon registration)

https://imgur.com/kQ8mHD9

When the countdown was more or less around 1 min (maybe a bit less) I placed a "multiple bid" from 0,01$ to 0,10$:

https://imgur.com/kcZhChl

I become the temporary winner...I waited a bit and...nobody bidded against me...Huh

Somehow I won the S8 for 0,02$! (https://cryptobids.xyz/details/19272)

https://imgur.com/fKpoSoF


I paid the 0,02$ (the system took it from my credits:

https://imgur.com/Sjzf8lC

Updatind the shipping details..they say they will not send me the item (probably the do not send in my area...?)...however I put my BTC address...

https://imgur.com/JuvcLA8

Now there is the time of the truth: will they send me the prize?

To be clear I will publish also my BTC address: https://blockchain.info/address/1PPXxYoY6ZHrSzanPzDneGJK5smRiRE3aQ

Well...nothing to do...let's wait...if within 24h they will not send anything...it is a CLEAR SCAM!

By the way...I updated 200$...while 10$ was enough  Huh Huh Huh


Nice dude! When I won they did have the option, but I didn't want it as the custom fees would not be worth it. Perhaps that's why they suspended it?
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