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post #1 of 13
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Ok, I just started using this, but it is a little weird just

sitting back waiting for the listing to close.

anyone else fight this??
post #2 of 13
I've used it tons of times, it really works, first time I used it I was not sure if it was going to work but it did and I won! and it's really easy to use...
post #3 of 13
I use esnipe ~ but, yeah I still experience the anxiety in waiting for the auctions to end!
post #4 of 13
i use that and unwired buyer...so convenient
post #5 of 13
I'm using as and it's really cool. I never miss an auction with that little tool
post #6 of 13
May seem like an ignorant question (I've never used any sniping tool), but what happens when more than one person is using, say, auctionsnipe on the same auction?
post #7 of 13
the higher bid will win
post #8 of 13
Makes perfect sense!

Now, to complicate things, what if two people both enter the same highest bid?
post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by bae9900
Makes perfect sense!

Now, to complicate things, what if two people both enter the same highest bid?
I think the one with the earliest snipe time wins.
post #10 of 13
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Originally Posted by bae9900
Makes perfect sense!

Now, to complicate things, what if two people both enter the same highest bid?
This is from eSnipes FAQ:

What happens if two eSnipe users bid on the same item?
Remember that proxy bidding rules favor the highest bidder, which trumps bidding at whatever time, sniped or not. So what you're really asking is "what if multiple eSnipe users bid the exact same amount on the same item with the exact same buffer time"? (If it helps you, we've only observed this a couple times in the last million or so bids.)

The answer: it's undefined -- just whichever user's bid is retrieved from our database first. eSnipe makes no attempt to arbitrate among eSnipe users sniping on the same item. Any such attempt would result in a privacy breach, since eSnipe promises not to disclose your individual bids to a third party.
post #11 of 13
I usually use auctionsniper.com but I've lost two auctions I wanted so bad recently because it said 'blocked by seller' although I talked to the sellers and they neither blocked me nor international sellers ... I was so mad - and still am.
post #12 of 13
^^^^ Urgh, that completely bites. I use auctionsniper, but I haven't had problems yet (knock on wood.) I hope that doesn't happen to me. I also have used esnipe in the past and am going to use it again. I used it many a time several years ago and I don't remember having any problems with them either.
post #13 of 13
I am a total auctionsniper WHORE...I use it for almost everything that I do not want to lose (which is pretty much every auction!)
Love it, love it.....
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