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i want to start i dont know how ?//????????
asked by kishore n. on 7/26/16
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Its a bit of fun and sometimes you get a good price on something. I started by buying £50 worth of credits, and I have won quite a few things at a very cheap price - yes you need to bid on extra credits too. Try it and see - for 50 quid you may find you get lucky!! all the best Dave.
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If your very clever & shrud you could win, its the last bid that wins, so if you only join towards the end when the item is at £70-£80-£90 then u have a bit more chance of wining without running out of credits, but its still a con site in which they don't actually give stuff away, the bids money actually means they get 10x the retail price on everything, that's why they can give away 1900 credits for 1p now & then it all part of the con, suggest you stick with Ebay or Amazon & bid low theres always a geniuine bargain here & there, I only use buy it now price as I have seen auction prices go higher? just don't make these other con merchant rich.
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Give them money first, then you lose it, my advice is don't go there
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Hi, I do not dispute the comments left by the people who have had terrible experiences on the site. Madbid is just like lottery only that with Madbid you can win items at unbelievable prices of you smart and lucky. Once you register and buy the initial credit, I suggest you always try and win the monthly credit at very reduced prices. I won 1950 credits today for just a penny rather than pay £190.00 off for it. When I am about to run out of credit, I leave some for the following month to use in bidding for the free credits. If it is your expectation to win everything you bud on the platform, then you in for a rude awakening. It's a game of chance, but I won't complain when I can win headphones that sell for over £70.00 for 10p. By all means don't get sucked in by constantly buying credits at the full selling price, be smart and patient, you could walk away with some bargains
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Please don't!
It is impossible to sell items at the alleged price they say they sell for.
If they rip off 100 or thousands of people who deposit £100 they will be able to occasionally sell one item for little or virtually no money. The credit refund deal is ridiculous as you cannot use it to bid on all items. If you have money to throw away go ahead! I was the last bidder on the countdown clock four times, only to have the clock go out and start again! I thought an auction ends when the timer ends, didn't you?
Save your money, buy on ebay or give it to charity you'll get about the same back but feel better for it. PLEASE DON'T
All the best Kev
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This site is one big ripoff, if you do win you will pay more than the item is worth. If you like to throw away money then join this site or better still give it away to someone.
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DONT BOTHER..............ITS A RIP OFF-SCAM.
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do not get trapped. Avoid this site
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Do yourself a favour, don't start it is not the way to get a bargain, only. To lose your money. If you want to find a bargain try sticking to auction sites like eBay etc.
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I wouldn't bother.. See other reviews warning against this site.
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If you're on this site with all these reviews you clearly know the answer, unless you're really stupid, but that wouldn't surprise me.
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DONT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH THIS SCAM !
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Simple. Don't bother!
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Hindsight is always 20/20 and i never would have started with madbid knowing what i know now. It really is just a scam and you would just be throwing your money away.
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It's upon your decision to start or not. I have had horrible experience with it. I lost time and money, so I will suggest never-never use these type of scammers. Buy discounted price products but never expect to get free or lottery type system like Delhi public.
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Do yourself a favour don't bother. Alternatively get drawn in like many other suckers (like me!) and lose some money. Anything you buy here you can buy elsewhere for either the same or better price. There are better ways to have fun; better ways to spend your money and better ways to lose money. But I don't know you so don't really care what you do. But don't say you weren't warned.
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