Overbidding on on-line auctions

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Zero0
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Overbidding on on-line auctions

Post by Zero0 » 1 week ago

For months several individuals consistently overbid on the online auctions. Complaints are on the community forum as well. If you check bidding history of Merilee, Debbie W and others you can clearly see it is intentional. Is there anything you can do to curb or revoke their bidding practices. It appears the do not purchase any of these items!
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Gem Lover
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Post by Gem Lover » 1 week ago

I agree, i saw them last night over bidding on a diamond ring that sold on here for $147, they were up to $399 on it. I always see them doing this and they do not buy it because you see the same items back up for auction again over and over.
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Post by Gypsy » 1 week ago

Yep....agree
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Post by Druid » 1 week ago

I think the high bidders are shop lc monitors who want a certain price for more valuable items.We, normal bidders try to keep the prices as low as possible but not always suceed because Big brothers like Marilee,Debee, John or other “lee” new names keep overbidding and trying to raise forcibly the bid.
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Re: Overbidding on on-line auctions

Post by Moderator_Preston » 6 days ago

Zero0 wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:22 am
For months several individuals consistently overbid on the online auctions. Complaints are on the community forum as well. If you check bidding history of Merilee, Debbie W and others you can clearly see it is intentional. Is there anything you can do to curb or revoke their bidding practices. It appears the do not purchase any of these items!
Good morning,

Thank you so much for your post. I have sent in your comments for the online auctions to review and investigate this. We have also recently added restrictions to how much people can bid on items. More information can be found at this thread: https://community.shoplc.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2434

Thank you again for your post, and I hope you are having a beautiful day!
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Re: Overbidding on on-line auctions

Post by Zero0 » 6 days ago

Thank you! All is well. Recommend checking AAA tanzanite jewelry and neon gemstone jewelry.
Stay safe and healthy!
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Re: Overbidding on on-line auctions

Post by BC » 7 hours ago

Zero0 wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 2:22 am
For months several individuals consistently overbid on the online auctions. Complaints are on the community forum as well. If you check bidding history of Merilee, Debbie W and others you can clearly see it is intentional. Is there anything you can do to curb or revoke their bidding practices. It appears the do not purchase any of these items!
[/If Marilee bought helf of the items she bid on she would spend 5-6K a night,
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