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Ebay Snipper - win auctions in the last seconds..

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Has anyone used this type of software? Want to win something tonight but I'm not about to make the bid. Read More
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
Has anyone used this type of software?

Want to win something tonight but I'm not about to make the bid.
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
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#1
It all depends on whether you want to trust them with your password...
#2
That, my friend, is the million dollar question!
#3
how do these snipper programs operate? how do they know what to bid and wat youre prepared to pay etc...?
#4
Typically you give them your username, password tell them which auction you wish to bid in and a maximum bid then it submits that bids seconds before the end.

I don't trust them with my details due to security reasons....
#5
Auction Sniper has been around a while, but I wouldn't use this kind of programme either.
#6
So we're all agreed then, their rubbish and we wouldn't trust them to take out the garbage.

hmm better put a bid of (little finger to mouth) One m-ill-ion dollars.
#7
http://www.ctgilles.net/images/pictars/dr.evil_one_miliion_dollars.jpg

I'd bid one ZILL-ion dollars...
#8
Well, these guys have my password (http://www.auctionstealer.com/home.cfm) and have had it for a while and my security has never been comprimised. I've never really used it much though so I'm not too sure if it works perfectly or not.
#9
JBidWatcher is free and open source, so no nasty stuff going on. Works well for me...
#10
rated
#11
What you can do is change your ebay password first, to a throwaway password. Then set up your sniper program / website.

After the auction, change your ebay password again.

This will ensure your security.
#12
Wouldn't that stop it logging your bid as it can't sign in to make it?
#13
Yep good idea. Alternatively set up a new account in your dogs name, say Fido, and use that.
#14
To be honest you are better not using a sniper. The seller could change or add something in the last few hours and you would not know about it if you used a sniper.
At least if you bid yourself near the end you will see if it has been revised and you also remind yourself of the description, this gives you a chance to change your mind.
You are more in control if you bid yourself.
#15
I don't think they can change the listing in the last 12 hours.
#16
duckmagicuk2
I don't think they can change the listing in the last 12 hours.
No you cannot change the listing but you CAN add to it.
'I've just lost the power lead or I cannot ship it for two weeks because I'm ill' etc. That kind of thing.

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