Old 12-11-12, 03:37 PM
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Was there ANY real information in the drivel that was linked to? I tried reading it but it was all nonsensical opinion as far as I could see with the claim that eBay is covering it up.

I watch a lot of auctions on eBay that go for FAR less than they should. I suspect that someone who has been buying stuff for peanuts for years when all of a sudden faced with auctions going for decent prices simply shouts "SHILL".

Simple strategy as a bidder. Don't bid more than the item is worth and more than you are prepared to pay.

Prices swing both ways. As a seller I used to post a "buy it now" price and a lower opening bid. On a number of occasions someone would start the auction at the lower price and by the end the price would exceed my "buy it now" price. Cool. Such is life.

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