I watched a user bid over $70 worth of bids for a $40 prize.
Manhattan, NY 10036
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great response from customer service
Although I read all the instructions I`m more a visual person. I signed up for the introductory 100 bid package and set out to start bidding. But it moved so quickly and I couldn`t understand how you could ever win a bid since when you bid the clock starts all over again and if someone bids over you it starts again. So in my frustration I wrote to Customer Support saying how dissatisfied I was . This was about 7PM. The very next morning there was a lovely reply from Mathew in Customer Support expressing his regrets that I was so dissatisfied and he assured me that they guarantee satisfaction and so they were issuing me a full refund for the $36 I spent to purchase a package of 100 bids. Though I wish I were more savvy in understanding the process their immediate action in refunding my investment assures me that deal and Dash is a legitimate and Customer Friendly business.
DealDash is wonderful. I love that you can get so many things for cheap, what a great way to get things for christmas and birthdays. The customer service dept. is great, very fast and courtous. My address was wrong and they reship my order how great is that. I just bought a house and I am finding all my things at DealDash.
I didn"t order and got charged. they are refunding this and the initial price that I paid to register with Dealdash.. If I knew how to use it, I would bid and hope to purchase an item that I want. I am gonne check into it.
Deal Dash is A very fun way to do all your gift shopping!!! I have done almost all my Christmas shopping on this site. Keep in mind this is A game!!! You must have A good strategy going in to have A good out come. The best part is FREE SHIPPING!!!
Don't forget USE BID BUDDY!!! :)
Every issue or request I have made of Deal Dash, they have responded quickly and with excellent care. I am sure if they keep up this type of responsibility to the consumers, they will rise to the top of their market.
Robobidders, team bidders, whatever you want to call them, I don't believe in this site.
I've been refunded my original 200 bid purchase, which I dumped back into Dealdash, I figured, I paid for them, I'm not getting the cash back, so why not?
It's clear to me that this is a money-making website.
I have no problem with companies making money.
Its what makes the world go round.
Where I have a problem is in one week (just a few hrs a couple of days), I have the scam figured out.
Same person, signs up twice, different names/users.
Buys two sets of bids, bid on the same item, works best with what they call a Bid Pack. Set all bids on both users to use the "Bid Buddy" that bids automatically.
Some time in the future, if you did it right, one or the other of your "bidder accounts" will win.
Unless, your item was targeted by another team bidder.
Then you're screwed.
Which leads me to theory 2:
DealDash robobidders on the more expensive items.
Why else would DealDash actually have iPadAir tablets for sale just weeks after
they are put on sale for prices under $50?
How could they?
Apple goes after places like Walmart for selling their stuff for $5 under Apple's MSRP. A $500 iPadAir for $24?!?!? Apple would have lawyers there so fast...
The owners of DealDash better watch out.
Tony Soprano's goons will be coming along soon looking for their "cut of the action".
That's how blatant this whole thing is, once you figure out how much cash is involved and how little you "win".
I don't believe the rules-following user can win without cheating somehow.
I am a 1st time user who has not used the service yet, but wanted ?'s answered and the response was quick and accurate.
Love this site! Great way to get Christmas gifts and have fun at the same time! Let the clock run so everyone wins!!!! If you haven't tried it ya gotta!
Dash Deals Employee Chris was very polite and corrected the problem with in 5 minutes. He is an asset to the company and if his tone would have been any different I would not consider doing business with Dash Deals ever! I was very impressed with the professionalism I received. Can't wait to try Dash Deals again, my first deal was a free one I had heard about from Good Morning America....this web site is great fun and I recommend it. Thank you, Chris.......Regards Mrs. Jones
This doesn't take a math wiz to figure out. They charge you $36 to start bidding on their site. With that $36, you get 60 bids and can bid on up to 5 beginners auctions (most of the time it's a $10 gift card here and there) and you can win. Most of the time you win $40 in gift cards or products before you have to move onto the 'big-boy' auctions which are harder to win mainly because there are more people bidding. You are paying for the beginner auctions and you DON'T SAVE as much as you think you do! Do the math. Not only that but DealDash rips off their customers. At $0.17 a bid most of the time, a $500 Amazon gift card will get bids up to $300.00. Now, $0.17 goes into $1 about 6 times. Take the 6 bids for every $1 ($0.17 bids) and multiply it by 300. DealDash makes OVER $1,300 IN PURE PROFIT because we are too stubborn and stupid/lazy to realize we are being ripped off. I recommend you stay away, far away because the only thing that will happen is you lose ALL of your money and bids or you end up winning something for the retail price of it.
I have spent thousands of dollars on bids and I came to my senses... Wouldn't you think that if you didn't win that you would get your bids back and the person who won, would be responsible for their bids plus the winning price of the item? I know about the "Buy It Now" and the rules, but I asked customer service about it and they basically cut-pasted their answer to me about Buy It Now... I won a couple of lower priced gift cards when I FIRST started bidding. Yay me! When I took a break from Dealdash for a few months and decided to try to win some things with the extra bids I had... I seem to have immediately won two thumb drives, lower end Walmart and Amazon gift cards. Okay, bought some more bids, and won absolutely nothing! I wish I could get my money back to pay for my medical bills that have just now accumulated. I feel cheated that I spent so much money on this. Seems to be rigged somehow so you win and when you return, you after being away, you win small items and not the big ones. Not too thrilled. :-/ But I will admit that customer service was nice when they had a computer glitch pushing me out of a pro Canon camera I had been bidding on and gave me my bids back, but took out of the auction. Grrrrr... I really want my lost bids money back!
I requested something from DealDash that they don't normally entertain, But they will take My request into consideration, investigate, and possibly grant my request. In the end, I don't know their decision, but I think it is GREAT that they would even consider breaking their rules under special circumstances!! I think that is the way the World should work - Right?!!
This is a fun website but please read the rules first. You don't get your bids returned on items you bid on unless you pay full price for the item. Pick your interests carefully and you can have a lot of fun. Customer Service was great to me when I first started and didn't understand how it worked. Have Fun!
DealDash is a simple, yet complete website that is easy to understand, clean, and very easy to navigate. It provides clear information, easy to follow and it allows users to enjoy the auction experience. From new users all the way to experienced shoppers, DealDash makes the auction experience complete and fulfilling. I enjoy the DealDash more than any other side
I have had some good wins on Deal Dash, I've also had to utilize the Buy It Now feature alot on Deal Dash. At least you get your bids back if you use BIN, but you end up having to spend alot more money!
I was verysurprised at my answer to my question, Handled better than I ever guessed. Good Company and I may try again later.
I've been using DealDash.com since November 2010. What initially drew me to the site was the buy it now option. Whenever you bid on an item and lose the auction you can still "Buy It Now" and DealDash will give you all your bids back! I've received every item I've won or BIN'd and I've even found that on occasion the pricing beats Amazon! Their "No Jumper" auctions are really cool too because this means that only people that have been in the first $5 are eligible to bid after the auction goes past $5. That keeps new people from coming in and "jumping" you. There are a lot of Penny auction sites out there. Many have bots to run up the auction price. These tactics tend to give penny auctions a bad name. I've not seen this tactic at DealDash. I look for this kind of thing too! They are a fair and reputably site and I'd recommend them to anyone looking to give penny auctions a go.
Worst auction experience of my life. I spent 6 hours bidding on an item. When the timer hit zero, I had the high bid. It congratulated another bidder and gave it to them. The next item I bid on, the time hit zero, I had the high bid again. There was a 2 second pause and then another bid came in and the time reset. Customer service said when the timer runs out Bid Buddy checks to see if it had to put in any bidsfor anyone. Deal Dash is a complete scam.
I bought the over priced bid package just to see what it was all about. In my opinion I should get a refund for the .60 bids I had to buy to try it out considering you can buy them everyday for .15-.17. On top of that, either the auctions are rigged or people cheat. I was trying win more bids and spent all day today in one auction for 800 bids and at the end of the day I spent $135 for nothing as the same 3 bidders kept switching back and forth to keep me from winning. Masterdash, I want it to, and another one kept switching in and out. Eventually I gave up as I'd used all my bids and refuse to buy more. I have NOTHING to show for my money! All I wanted was some more bids so I could bid on Christmas presents for my family! I want my money back! I've contacted support 3 times and have heard nothing back! Don't waste your money like I did!
I have used Dealdash for 4 months now. There customer service is excellent!!. They always have specials for buying bids and bidding on items. I have. never had any problems receiving items which I have won. My only recommendation is that any one interested should read the FAQ's and BLOGs. There is all kind of information about bidding,Buy it Now and obtaining free bids.
I always enjoy bidding on this site. It is my favorite place to bid. They are honest and try to help you out all the time. Customer service is number 1 here.
Honest service quick delievery Products excellent Have no complaints. Once you get a deal you tingle all over. Give it a try
I had, to me, a major concern about the site and found that I just did not understand how it worked (I'm old, pre-computer sort of). They took great care in explaining everything to me in a very timely fashion in a way that I could understand, letting me know that they really do care about customer service.
I have won two tv's, a cannon camera, a microwave, a steam cleaning machine and other things. It is a good and honest auction. I would recommend it to anyone who would like to try their luck. The most important thing is play for FUN!
I have been using DealDash since July 2013, and I can honestly say it is by far the best penny auction site I have ever been on. I have used Quibids quite extensively (prior to finding DealDash) but they can't compare to DealDash. First their bids are as much as 75% higher than DealDash, second if you loose the auction you loose your bids, and third their BuyItNow option sells items for 20% or more higher than you can buy it elsewhere! With DealDash you pay the same price or less than what the major stores (Sears, Best Buy and Amazon) sell for, HOW CAN YOU GO WRONG!
Great Site - Always buy things anyways and just another fun way of doing it. A wise word: Only bid on the things you want and would buy anyways - then get your bids back if you don't win! Thanks for a fun way to shop DealDash!!!
I HAVE BEEN ENJOYING DEAL DASH FOR TWO YEARS AND HAVE NOTHING BUT PRAISE FOR THE SITE. THE AUCTIONS ARE GREAT FUN AND YOU CAN WIN SOME WONDERFUL THINGS. THEY ARE REALLY PROMPT ABOUT SENDING THE MERCHANDISE. ONE TIME A ITEM WAS NOT AS DISCRIBED AND I NOTIFIED CUSTOMER SERVICE WHO BENT OVER BACKWARDS TO MAKE IT RIGHT. YOU CAN'T ASK MORE OF A AUCTION.
Unless you are prepared to lose money, and bids - don't waste your time here. The bid package to start will cost you 60cents each - but they are on sale practically every week for as low as 15 cents each. If you buy at full price and complain, they will give you free bids to compensate. At first I "won" a couple of $10 gift cards, so I thought this is great - and I saw all the ads which said people had won high dollar items for just a little bit - but you have to remember that the more expensive items have people bidding on them which can go for hours and hours - and into the next day. For example - if you want to bid on a Garmin which is valued at $123 - each bid you place costs you whatever you had paid for it - say you have $50 worth of bids you will try to get it with - people in the "room" with you will sit and wait until you are out of bids and they will will start to bid - and on it goes. The item can be purchased for whatever Deal Dash values it at - $123 for the Garmin for example - and when you lose your bids you can Buy It Now for that price -you have about a week to do this - and then you get your bids back. This is fine if it is an item you don't mind paying for - but it is a round robin - you never win anything big - you either lose your bids or you buy it. I have ended up buying several items because it was either that or lose a lot of bids. Yet you see on their site constantly that people are winning high ticket items for practically nothing - if these are real people - good for them. I don't think they are. I think you are bidding against robots a lot of the time. Also in every room there are always several "people" who have written up a little something which Deal Dash asks you to do - and it will be a challenge - "I'm in it to win it" - "I will bid until I run out of bids" - or "This is a no-win situation - prepare to buy it" - a lot of negative stuff. If you are smart - watch some of the auctions. Figure up what things are going for - for example an item that is worth $1,000 can have so many bids in (and you can only bid until the item gets to $5.00 worth of bids (but remember this is counted as 500 bids - so it is really $300). There was a camera on auction valued at $1,000 and it was "won" for a total of $218.41 - but remember - this translates to $13,104.60 if the bids were bought at 60 cents each - and even if they were bought for say 17cents each - it would still be $3,712.97 in Deal Dash's pocket - and if you "win" you have to pay that $218.41 PLUS whatever bids you bid for it - so translation - it costs you $$$ - they make $$$$ and there will probably be people who will "buy it now" because they have bid so much.
I have seen things go for the equivalent of $12,000. Now sometimes they have auctions where you don't pay the winning price - say on holidays or whatever - and so it only cost you what your bids cost - but watch out - that's when everybody else is bidding. You can set a Bid Buddy to bid a certain amount for you - say if it's an auction you're not around for - or you don't want to sit there and watch every second for 8 hours - HOWEVER, you will be amazed how quickly your bids go through while you are bidding against a couple of other "people" who are doing the same thing - and then when you and they run out - the ones who have been sitting there waiting - will pounce on it. I have about 300 bids left and I will use on on something I am prepared to buy - that is what I have been doing - bidding on gift cards that I know I can use and would buy anyway. But trust me, everybody wants the Amazon gift cards - sometimes the $100 or $200 gift cards can go for the equivalent of $1,000. Watch and learn. You may be luckier than I am - I hope so! And I firmly believe that when you first sign up - you do win something...like I won a couple of $10 gift cards - but that's when the luck runs out. Good luck and be savvy!
This is a unfortunate experience as I have been a member of DD since 11/2012. I thought it very strange as I was bidding and using "Bid Buddy" that I had to keep increasing my bid amount especially for larger valued items. Usually I am bidding on 2 to 3 items at a time and go from item to item using my back button key on my keypad. Until just recently I started to notice as I was going from page to page that I could see ( And I wrote them all down) the number of bids that the people I was bidding against had booked on their "Bid Buddy". It was a quick flash as the page was changing but I could see it. I even tested it to make sure of what I was seeing and increased my number of bids on my "Bid Buddy" waited a bit and page back to the item a couple of times and noticed that the other bidders raised their "Bid Buddy" amount to reflect more bids then I had. I quickly contacted customer service did a live chat with Mimi & Matthew to tell them that I could see other bidders bids and to my dismay I still do not have a response, this is very serious!!! If I can see other bids from bidders then they can certianly see mine which tells me why I have problems winning the larger valued items. I have sent email after email writing the exact time, the ID member name and the amount of bids they had. I have been told by Matthew that this could not possibly be happening and it would take more then a couple of hours to investigate this issue as their program delvelopers and my customer service tech were gone for the day as they are in a different country (Go figure). If this is truly the case and what I have been seeing is accurate, then as I type this anyone bidding on a large value item might want to check to make sure that you can not see someone else's bids as you hit your back button and then re-enter into the same item and if you do see it and it does show up very quickly then I can guarantee you that others can see yours and have not reported it so they can take advantage of the technical "Glitch". I was very disappointed that they did not take this more seriously then I did and I would not get a answer for a couple days, If it was my company I would be dialing up my programmers and customer service reps regardless of the time of day to have this looked at.
I was told it probably was my past bid amount that is saved in my "Bid" history, I strongly protested as the bid amounts I saw were no where close to what I was bidding and if your bid history is saved it surely should not show up on a item that you just started bidding on.
I almost have to believe that if there is such a glitch as this they would not admit it to anyone, so they would not have to return money, bids etc...
In order to satisfy this issue regardless of the outcome of their find, as I know Matthew did not believe what I was saying, he wanted me to send screen shots (which of course would not work since it flashes so quickly). His attitude was unprofessional, argumentative and basically downright snotty.
I was trying to do a service by alerting DD to this possible "Huge" glitch and received no resolution or attempt to get this resolved ASAP.
I would like my money back from this October to date as well as all the bids I lost which you can see from my transaction and bidding history, I also would like my money returned on the items that I used the BIN because I used so many bids during those auctions it was less expensive for me to purchase the lost item and get my bids returned then buying more bids, unfortunately most of the items I bid on were during the "Free Item" promo and now you have to pay for the items you win, all in all, I will have lost no matter what they give back to me. I know and understand very well how to do auctions that is not the concern, the concern is people taking advantage of another bidder if they can see what you have booked in your "Bid Buddy".
I like doing penny auctions and bidding on DD, my experience to date has been good, now a year later it has fallen apart, I would still like to be customer of DD, hopefully they will take this issue more seriously when David reads this.
David - if you do read this how does one contact you? You do not mention that in any of your responses to these reviews. I also noticed that no where can you find a address for the corporate offices that are in New York, very strange if this is a legit corporate business, you should not have to hide your address. Do you have to report your sales to the SEC - HMMMM!!!!
I will start out by saying I have won a few items on this site. It has taken me almost a year to figure out bidding patterns. I keep my dealdash screen minimized while I work from home so I am able to often times watch a few auctions at a time for hours as a time. I have seen certain bidders open an auction with the initial bid and bid continuously until the very end, going well over the BIN price twice! This shows me some of the auctions are fixed with robot bidders. No one in their right mind would bid 2x the BIN price in bids even if they won free bids. Bids still have a value, free or not. I have also watched team bidders, people who combined (or the same person using more than one account) bid on items for hours, and then as soon as you drop off, they drop off one of their bids and their partner wins. By studying bid patterns - its very easy to spot these types of bidders. I always use BIN if I loose so I feel that sometimes dealdash knows that I use BIN and I loose at the very last second after biddng for hours. Like I said, I have won a few low budget items but I would def say that 90% of auctions are fixed or have robotic bidders.
i saw my grandmother doing the bidding on deal dash and saw she was not winning anything so i decided to bid on some $10 gift cards that were going for only a few pennies . low and behold i bid and won it for 1 cent i bid on another and again 1 cent. i bid on another product a official MLB baseball and won it for 3 cents and again another $10 gift card and won it for 3 cents....all of a sudden these products stopped showing up...we used the rest of the bids she had and won nothing else so i started to think these items r not showing up its like bait and switch....i went to my apartment next door and signed up on my computer diff ip internet connection and all...low and behold the same items that she was able to bid on showed up i went to her house with my lap top and the small items that were going for a few pennies she could not see them or look them up in the search area but on my computer they were right there they basically get u to sign up and will give u a few items no one else is bidding on than as soon as u win 4 small items they dont let u anymore thus making this straight BS they r scamming people for there money and a class action law suit would put them out of business
All this "auction" site is for is advertisement for large companies. It is a total waste of your hard earned money. I tried it just to check it out and found a lot of conflicting bids. I would bid then less than 10 seconds another person would bid. I noticed if I bid on different products the same bidders id would follow me through all I would bid on. I wonder if they assign your ID to a list then it automatically bids against you until the price is up where they can sell without a loss. I am sure a few are allowed to win to make it look good. At 60 cents a bid plus the1 cent bid you are bidding 61 cents each bid. If you pay $10 or 1000 bids for an item that is a real price of $16.
This site based exactly on the slot machine concert.
You keep putting paid bids (coins) in to try to win something at a greatly reduced price. You lose your bid money if you don't win, and the only way to get your bid money back if you lose, is by agreeing to buy the same item at the full price, which you don't want to do, which is the reason you where bidding in the first place. So you LOSE all you bid money and get nothing in return 95% of the time.
You win just enough items (small jackpots) to entice you to keep putting in more paid bids (coins) and losing money to try to finally win an item at a greatly reduced price (the jackpot) over and over again, just like with a slot machine trying to win the jackpot.
DealDash is deceitful and a scam.
I am a new user on DealDash jacobpaske08. I see many good products on DealDash, unfortunately they are unattainable for many of its users. I am requesting my 200 bids get returned to my account, "Due to the fact i did not understand the bidding concept of the site" Or i will be filing for a refund. Thank you and good luck to everyone.
Positive experience. I have gotten some really great deals, including an I-Pad, gifts cards, and household items. I received my first bid pack back as promised since I did not win the first time. Everything has shipped fast. I would advise new bidders to read the tips and blogs on this site. Do not bid more than you can afford to loose unless you plan to buy the item. It is a fun site. Remember nothing is free and you have to put some effort in to learn how to bid.
i like the way shopping here. and i have a questtion .will i get the bid back if i win the auction? i will give 5* if the answer is yes.
Deal Dash is a great way to spend some idle time. If you are not careful it can become very addicting. You can win some really nice items but you must learn to play by first observing how others play. I did a lot of homework before I actually starting betting so I would have a better chance of winning.
You can call this "auctions" all you want. This is gambling! You have to pay for "bids"! Even if you don't win the "auction" you are still out money. "A horse by any other name is still a horse". Gambling!
Dealdash charged my account $36.00 for bids when I was just looking. It was mis leading. I HAVE reached out to customer service and no one has responded. I would like my money refunded. I am disappointed with their customer service.
I find penny auctions fun and winning is the best. Deal Dash is NOT like other penny auctions. Beware-there are some scams out there. In this case, it is always a win-win because if you do not win the item, you can buy it and get ALL your bids back. No other site is like that.
The most important advice is learn to play BEFORE you bid.
The customer service is great and I have won lots of items for less than retail;some even for a penny.
DealDash is trustworthy and honest.
Over the last few days I have spent more on bids, emptying my checking account and maxing a credit card. I have read your advice to bidders on how to win auctions and have employed those as well as some of my own. I have blatantly (meaning very obviously) been screwed out of wins a couple of times and complained both times and allowed you to appease me with the offer of 200 bids. I have read some of the blogs and frankly find them hard to believe. I look at the people I'm bidding against and see most of them have 0 wins. I gave a bid back for a list of those at their limits and found not even one name of a person I was bidding against in any of the three auctions i was contemplating. NOT ONE other than my own! And exactly what good is that anyways? Any one person could buy more bids at the click of a button and enrich your coffers all in pursuit of that pie in the sky nothing. I used my bid buddy, i went free hand, i watched trends, I counted bidders involved, I researched past prices paid. I have happily paid for what I did win. 2 $10 gift cards and a couple of small bid packets. I am not willing to be out hundreds of dollars with nothing to show for it and yet that is where I find myself. This is a scam. This should be against the law. Oh and that guy bragging and blogging about the piles of electronics sitting around his house because he's so good at this which he kindly donated to charity.... how is it he even got to bid on the same thing more than once when I see blocked bidder lists posted on many high end items??? Oh and your customer service is great... keep your mouth shut great! You ended up advising me I should not be bidding on high end items since I am new, yet you limit low end items and I get a pop up that says I can only bid on items worth $200 or more And when I don't win you want me to buy it now at an inflated price and give me my bids back. I have never been so embarrassed to wear the giant "L"oser mark on my forehead! I only hope any who read this will BEWARE! From a very disillusioned DealDash Sucker!
Love the site. Great deals are possible if you bid wisely and only on things you are willing to buy if you don't win the auction. They give your bids you used back to you.I also love the fact that their bids you can purchase are at lower prices at times.
i decided to check it out tonight - was scammed BIG TIME. when you sign up, your credit card number is required and i thought it was just for security reasons, like ebay - i did NOT agree with buying anything and 5 minutes later, i had 36 bucks taken out of my account just for SIGNING UP. Thankfully I used a Paypal cc, so all I am doing is going to Paypal, explaining it and since my "purchase" was not authorized, I will get my money back. BEWARE. NOTHING sells for 1 dollar like they advertise - and apparently, even though you pay 36 bucks to JOIN, you are not allowed on any auction either - only some lame ones without the "no new bidders" sign. Stick to Ebay - these people are not honest!!!!
Your better off buying lottery tickets, your paying for a chance to won something that you then also pay for lol ridiculous, I'll stick to Ebay, oh and anyone giving this site more than 1 star is a Moron, or they work for deal dash
This is the most idiotic site ever, I was confused when I gave my credit card information and paid 36.00 for 60 bids...read the fine print, you pay the money for bids that you bid on every 10 seconds and never win. I thought they wanted my credit card info for if I won something. ...I should have just thrown the 36.00 out the window....Dont do it.
Kicked off of an auction when it was about to expire and had started bidding when it first had opened I spent 251 bids and had several bids left and then all of a sudden a sign came up and said that you couldnt bid once it had gone up $5.00,heck I was one of the bidders that started right off the bat!!! It would not let me bid no more!
I have been on DD since June. I am confused by some of the negative comments I have found here about DD. I have never had a problem with a shipment and I have won several things from them. I think their customer service is overall very good. My only gripe is that a bid COSTS between 15 and 60 cents each but is only worth ONE CENT when you go to bid. That is some steep depreciation! However knowing that, I still go back and bid. If you keep your wits about you and don't overbid, you can still make out ok.
The items offered at the DealDash auctions are great. If you don't win the auction, you have the option to Buy It Now and get all the bids back that you spent on the auction. Great electronics, gift cards and home furnishing products keep me going back for more!
DealDash is a penny auction site that I have found to be the best on the Internet. Great customer service, great variety of auction items and a good network of members. The site is easy to use and fast to learn. They have great privacy options in place, which I very much like for my safety on the Internet that is very important to me and most others. I suggest that you find your way to DealDash.com and start getting some great deals at great prices.
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