Bigdeal Review – Is Bigdeal.com a Scam

 

Bigdeal Review – Is Bigdeal.com a Scam? 

 

The Bigdeal.com review shows that this is a website that uses the penny auction model. The penny auction model is not like the traditional auction model. With the penny auction model you buy bids or tokens before you ever bid. There are deals to be had at penny auctions but for deals on bigger ticket items you would have better luck with Auctionresource.org.  

 

The bids are purchased at a rate of seventy five cents for each bid. Bid packs are sold in packs of twenty to one thousand. This website offers a unique option. At most penny auction websites once you pay for the bids you lose the money that you spend on the bids are given back in loyalty rewards which you can use to purchase items outright.  

 

This is a great feature because unlike other penny auction sites you do not lose your money if you lose at auction.  

 

The Site  

 

Overall the site is well laid out and easy to navigate. The registration is free and it is easy to register. You do need a valid email address and credit or debit card to validate your identity.  

 

The FAQ page was actually quite informative. There were all different types of questions that were addressed on this page which made it easier to understand how to use the website.  

 

The Bigdeal.com review shows that the contact information provided was a physical address but no phone number the only contact method was to fill out a web form and submit it. I did not like this. I like to be able to pick up the phone and call and speak to someone if I have a question or a problem.  

 

Other’s Comments 

 

On Yahoo Answers in response to the question “is this site a scam?” another writer wrote the following “There is no possible way to get a "big deal" because ridiculously obvious BOTS will always outbid you until you reach a price that isn't much of a bigdeal.com at all. I do see users getting good deals but they are the bots. Just watch, the real people bid at the last second, the bots bid immediately as soon as they are outbid. No person would bid that quick, it only makes sense to wait until the last second to bid because BIDS COST 75 CENTS.” 

 

Not a very good review. Another author on Yahoo Answers left the following “It has a couple of twists to make it appear more legit, such as applying the money you've lost bidding towards paying full price for the item, or buying a discount on a gift card. In both cases, you are giving them even more money, and paying full face value for something that has a markup (profit to them).” 

 

When using this site keep in mind that it is a penny auction site, they are all very competitive and it can be hard to win any items including bid packs. Set a limit for yourself and go and have some fun!  

 

 

Subscription Price: $0 

Number of Items: Hundreds 

Geography: Nationwide 

 

Overall, the Bigdeal review shows that this is a viable site and is not a scam, however not as popular as Auctionresource.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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