Totally legit, winnings arrive super fast, fun and easy to understand.
Let me start by saying that I did win $150 worth of walmart and target giftcards using less than $15 worth of bids, BUT those were beginner auctions. Orkaya sucks users in with beginner auctions, which I believe are completely legitimate. The real auctions for items like laptops, tvs, and cameras are completely FAKE.
Before I get into the specifics please note my experience with orkaya over facebook. Two users named Shayla Jax and Leah Hendricks, both commented on nearly every orkaya status saying only positive things. Neither had a profile picture and only liked 4 or 5 things on facebook. I came to the conclusion these profiles were fake and under the control of orkaya when I left a negative wall post on their facebook. The first person to reply was Leah Hendricks who gave me a long paragraph explanation that said I should continue to use the site and that it wasn't a scam. He/She said that I had won auctions before and should continue to use the site. How did this random person know that I had won auctions? I never even posted anything about it. I then replied with my suspicions regarding the legitimacy of the the two facebook profiles of Shayla Jax and Leah Hendricks. The next day they both had uploaded profile pictures of cartoons. ORKAYA IS USING FAKE FACEBOOK AND ORKAYA ACCOUNTS.
The auction that led to my skepticism was over a bid pack. Before the countdown hit 5 minutes my bids were registered immediately. However, with 5 minutes left "ruserious" continuously placed bids which registered sometimes 2 at a time. I placed 4 bids .34.-.37 which I was charged for. However, the auction ended at .35 for "ruserious."
Orkaya is another shady bidding site which uses fake accounts to rip off its customers. Stay away
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