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My first problem is I didn't know when I put in my credit card information I would be charged $60. But I decided to go bid on some items since I had already signed up.
I couldn't bid on anything because bidding isn't allowed until the auction is about to end! The "buy it now" prices weren't really deals. I checked Amazon and found the items offered for less, sometimes significantly less. There is a good selection of items, it's just getting them that's the problem.
Even though I did not end up using Qbids, They refunded my credit card the amount of bids 100 within 48 hours. No questions, no excuses. That was really quick and professional. They are legit. This company is not out to scam anyone. They are very professional.
I only say that because the people that win the big amounts of vouchers or have hundreds of real bids can just swallow up the smaller guys. Some are willing to spend 200 bids to only win 50 or 100 back but saying that you can sometimes get lucky and win great stuff like 50 dollar gift cards at extreme discounts. Over all its hard to play when you don't have a large amount of bids to play with because people stay on all day everyday it seems. That 12 item win limit in 28 days is a good idea so it gives the smaller guys a chance at some great prizes for pennies on the dollar.
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