RE: [CR]LA PERLE - 40s bike just finished on French Ebay


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Date: Tue, 3 Oct 2006 06:32:30 -0700 (PDT)
From: Peter Jourdain <pjourdain@yahoo.com>
Subject: RE: [CR]LA PERLE - 40s bike just finished on French Ebay
To: David Toppin <dave@pelletizer.com>
In-Reply-To: <017701c6e6ee$8ac10bb0$6601a8c0@dtoffice>
cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

Hi, David---

I said "stoop" half in jest, but only half so because there are people out there who take offence at such devices and even have a distaste for last-second manually-placed "snipes." I know, I know, it's an auction and a dog-eat-dog world, but still some peoples' sense of fair play calls for all bids to be up front and early. We could go round and round debating the ethics of this....

Cheers,

Peter Jourdain
Whitewater, Wisconsin USA


--- David Toppin wrote:


> "Stoop" to using a sniping program?! If you are a
> serious ebay bidder it is
> the only way to bid. It's foolish to leave a bid
> hanging out there for
> people to bid against. I bid late in the process at
> live auctions also.
>
>
> David Toppin
> dave@pelletizer.com
> http://www.pelletizer.com <see our complete, searchable
> inventory
>
> The Pelletizer Group, Inc.
> 4 LaChance Street
> Gardner, MA 01440-2476
>
> (978) 669-0060
> (978) 669-0061 fax
>
   Peter Jourdain wrote:
> [edit] In the future, if you have any doubt about not being
> present for the end of
> an auction, you might stoop to using one of the ebay
> "sniping" site (such as
> esnpie.com) that bids for you. [edit]