Review – Is Quibids a Scam or Legit?
The Quibids.com review shows that this is another penny auction site.
Participation in a penny auction requires that you purchase bids to use at the auction. In the case of quibids.com
the cost of the bids are sixty cents each. I think there are deals to be had at just about any penny auction
site but before bidding at any auction, you should read our free Auction Tutorial Guide to reduce mistakes and secure the lowest price
Sixty cents is just about at the mid point of the
industry standards. At least you are not being overcharged at this site.
My issue with Quibids.com is not that you lose money
as soon as you bid because well it is part of the reality of penny auctions. It is that they do not list any
customer contact information this is a big no-no at least for me.
Not being able to contact customer service at will
really bugs me. It makes me feel like they have something to hide and it also makes me feel that they will not
necessarily be as responsive as they should be.
Filling out a web form for contact means that I am at
their mercy as to when they will contact me. Maybe this is only my issue and maybe it does not bother anyone else
but I still think it is a good idea to have some contact information on a website.
This site is easy to navigate. There is enough
information provided to get you to where you need to be if your intentions are to participate. The offerings on
this site are at best average and what you will find on most penny auction sites.
Quibids Review - What Others Have to Say
I took a look around to see what other people had
experienced while they when they used this site and here is what I found:
On reviewopedia.com “It’s much better to stick to legitimate auction sites like eBay,
instead of spending lots of frustrating time and effort on penny auction websites like QuiBids.com.” The commenter
broke down the actual cost of a recently won IPAD “So an iPad that retails for $499 but was won for the grand total
of 2,254 one cent bids (or $22.54) which actually cost 60 cents each means that the iPad just sold for
There were other reviews by users but they were all just about the same, they lost
money and they were mad.
You can avoid getting angry by really understanding how penny auctions
Quibids.com is one of the largest penny auction sites online, it is a legit site
evidently because a lot of people use it. There is no customer service number available so there is no way to ask
questions. If you are going to participate in penny auctions use one that has
customer service so if you need it the help is readily available.
Subscription Price: $0
Number of Items: Hundreds
Overall, the Quibids.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
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Contribution By J Thompson