Bigdeal.com Review – Is Bigdeal a Scam or
The Bigdeal.com review
shows that this is a penny auction
website. At penny auction websites you lose money right out the gate as you pay for each bid up front before you
ever bid on anything. At Bigdeal.com the bids are seventy five cents a piece. While there are deals to be had at
just about any penny auction site, most people seem to like using a service like Auctionresource.org for finding deals
Paying seventy five cents for each bid is a bit high
by industry standards. Ultimately paying seventy five cents on each bid means you lose seventy four cents on each
bid because each bid only has a value of one cent.
Losing that amount of money may not seem like a big
deal but t adds up really fast. Think of it this way if you place ten bids they are equivalent to ten cents but in
reality you are losing $7.40.
Penny auctions are generally rather
At bigdeal.com like any other penny auction site you
will find the same inventory over and over again. There are tons of gift cards being offered up for a variety of
retail and eatery outlets chain type stores and there are some electronics and that is about it.
You can almost be guaranteed that they majority of
the people that are waiting to bid are there for the big ticket items that appear rather infrequently so when they
do appear there are dozens if not hundreds of people bidding on them.
Competition is fierce and far too many people get
carried away with the competition and actually wind up paying above retail after all is said and done. Remember one
dollar is equivalent to seventy five dollars on this site. It does not mean that you can not find great deals and
win great items but it does mean that you can also lose your shirt.
In the case of penny auctions it is hard to decipher
which reviews are from people that are sore losers and which reviews are from people that really were done wrong by
At epinions.com this one pretty much sums it up “I
don't think that the auction site is a scam but you have to go into it with open eyes and without greed in your
heart. I haven't decided to use the auction just yet but I might. At least if I do I won't cry foul if I lose
money. I know the risks from simple research and a skeptical mind.”
This commenter offers sage advice. Know the rules and
understand that you are going to lose money right from the start.
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Number of Items: Hundreds
Overall, the Bigdeal.com review
shows that this is a legit site and is not a scam however most people prefer using a service like Auctionresource.org for finding deals
Customer Reviews for Bigdeal.com
Contribution By J Thompson