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    Swoopo? Everything on there seems to be going at unbelievable prices. The site itself looks legit and stuff, I've had a quick read through 'How it works' section, bids are in 8p increments and it costs 40p to place a bid....sounds to me like theres a catch involved.

    Do any of you use/have used Swoopo and whats the deal with it?

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    yes it is good prices but the bidding just goes on and on so unless you are going to spend a fortune then its not worth it this is how the company can afford to let them go at low prices as they get three times more than it is worth through people paying to bid.

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    yes it is good prices but the bidding just goes on and on so unless you … yes it is good prices but the bidding just goes on and on so unless you are going to spend a fortune then its not worth it this is how the company can afford to let them go at low prices as they get three times more than it is worth through people paying to bid.



    Hmm, I really don't understand it, I see things on eBay like for eg. Dark Sector which is about £4.97 online, yet people are bidding £8-12 for it. Looks like they need to discover HUKD lol.

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    I’ve used Swoopo in the past but there are so many using it now it is SO hard to win, bidding against people from other countries as well. I found another one that is launching soon called Doobids. I’d be surprised if anyone knows about it because I have not seen them advertising anywhere yet. They are getting around Facebook as a fan page but they seem a bit different from the others though because they have put extra features on it making the whole process of bidding slightly more transparent, doesn’t look as much like a scam! Theres a security certificate as well which is really important for secure transactions. UK company registered and VAT registered. Might be worth a punt for those that care.
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