Swipe seems an accurate description. The fraudsters behind this website swipe advertising space everywhere on the web, and swipe money from subscribers in return for nothing through a clever variation on the bid site that incorporates an element of gambling. Their click-me ads are often disguised with large print such as "CRAZY PRICES", "LAPTOP FOR $14.35!!!", and fake surveys that entice you to casually click for "My favorite laptop". The avalanche of spy-bots that follows is something to wonder at. I was curious enough (as a student of criminal psychology) to put a question on their impressively customer-friendly "talk to a customer service person" messaging service, and was informed that the postage cost on any item to anywhere in the world was $9.50. A Sony Vaio for $14.35 and postage from USA to Australia $9.30? Seems too good to be true. It is. I didn't believe it.