Re: [CR] ebay shill bidding

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Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2010 09:15:49 -0700
From: <mrrabbit@mrrabbit.net>
To: Leonard Diamond <leonarddiamond@verizon.net>
References: <ACF3BEFAE67A4E41BBBCA632CCA5741A@office1>
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Cc: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
Subject: Re: [CR] ebay shill bidding


Interesting post and all...and happy to support on-topic threads... . dum . da . dum . da . duuummmmmm

...but what was the on-topic part?

=8-)

Robert Shackelford San Jose, CA USA

Quoting Leonard Diamond <leonarddiamond@verizon.net>:
> I'm assuming this is on topic as I'm bidding on an on topic part! If not
> I'm sure Mr Rabbit will let us know. I placed a small "place marker" bid on
> an item. With several days still to go 2 others placed bids raising mine
> automatically up to its limit. I decided to check out the other bidders to
> the extent I can nowadays on ebay. One of the bidders has made 195 bids in
> the last 30 days on 154 items. 23% of the bids were on items being sold by
> the seller of this item. Additionally on this sellers items he only bid once
> each and usually early while on other sellers items there were multiple bids
> and many in the last hour of an auction. Is this troubling, am I paranoid
> or both?
>
>
>
> Len Diamond
>
> Ridgewood, New Jersey USA
>
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