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[how to win on dealdash]Is DealDash Legit Or A Scam? The Devil Is In The Details!

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  ChesterChester

  Chester

  1 year ago

  DO NOT use Deal Dash unless you want to contribute to this company absolutely swimming in money. Take the average car they sell for example.. If they are selling a $20,000 vehicle, one can assume that’s about what Deal Dash paid for it. Each bid costs each user approximately $.30 each. Sometimes less if bid packs or promos are used. However, each bid only increases an auction by $.01. The average car these days sells for about $8,000. That means over 800,000 bids were placed to reach this number. 800,000 bids X’s $.30 per bid is a massive $240,000. DealDash… Read more ?

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  B HaywardB Hayward

  B Hayward

  2 years ago

  I have always wondered how would you ever know if you are bidding against real people every time or do they use a bot to increase the price by a penny until they have made a preset profit % on every item? Unless someone audits the code this will be impossible to confirm.

  Also, their retail price that you can buy at is usually not competitive with other sites for the exact same product/model.

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  PesterPester

  Pester

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  B Hayward

  1 year ago

  Run the numbers. Take an ipad that cost $700 at the store. On deal dash it may sell for $38. $38 means it received 3,800 bids, each bid raising the auction just $.01. 3,800 bids X’s an average $.30 per bid=…. drum roll… $1,140. So deal dash makes that plus the $38… The average car the sell pulls in over $150,000 in bid fees that they then sell for $5,000…

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  Kat StoppKat Stopp

  Kat Stopp

  2 years ago

  I have not bought bids on this site in years. The last time I bought bids was when there was a group of 6-10 “people” and I believe they turned out to be bots. I do, however, constantly get free bid offers through the mail (no purchase necessary). I do go on site and use those, in fact I did tonight. The person who I was bidding against I’ve seen on the site in the past, never really paid him much mind. But when I looked through the list of winners tonight (after I lost $25.00 worth of free bids),… Read more ?

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  Dwain BorenDwain Boren

  Dwain Boren

  2 years ago

  Very good information

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  Tony Nunes

  Tony Nunes

  6 years ago

  I tried to win an item. After bidding I realized that the cost of the bids was just ad much as retail on the item.

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  Joe Fournier

  Joe Fournier

  6 years ago

  I dont think u get it yeah so ur obviously not spending 5$ on an ipad lets get real but u said urself that she paid 270 sumthing for the tv valued at 1700 thats a hell of a deal? Am i rite? U had it rite wen sayig its kinda like a gambling site how ever better odds excpecially if u were planning on paying full price for an item anyway.

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  Joe Fournier

  Joe Fournier

  6 years ago

  I garantee if any of u haters were intelligent enough to create sumthing like this it would be a different story why shouldnt they make profit on there business.. talk about baseball players if u wanna talk about rediculous sallarys! Not sumbody trying to make a quick harmless buck like everyone else in the world. It is wat it is if u dont trust it dont use it.. u wont lose nor gain ur choice

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  Barbara Ricciuto

  Barbara Ricciuto

  6 years ago

  Too stupid for me. Back to eBay. Avoid these people?

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  Marty Turfman

  Marty Turfman

  6 years ago

  The conclusion of the article was that because of disclosure notices in the ad, Deal dash is “Legit”. The article also stated that deal Dash claimed falsely that they were a member of the BBB. That alone, disqualifies them as “Legit”. According to the artcle they lied about their membership to the BBB. Why would anyone do business with them?

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  Betty Walker

  Betty Walker

  6 years ago

  There might be hundreds if not thousands who bid and get nothing. Only one winner the rest are out whatever they bid.

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  Marla Hall

  Marla Hall

  6 years ago

  Deal dash is a scam, it’s no different than gambling and their commercial on television misleading. I am sure this site has put some people near bankruptcy, especially if they have a gambling problem.

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  Eric Drews

  Eric Drews

  6 years ago

  Craig Knox works for deal dash because I check you out and I work to check out scam and deal dash is a scam

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  Ben Myers

  Ben Myers

  6 years ago

  Definition of a scam: “a dishonest scheme.” If Deal Dash hides important information from its customers, isn’t that a scam? Aren’t their ads on TV scams? As far as I am concerned, their approach to doing business is about the same as the “free” home security systems, “free” medical alerts, and the phone calls to lower your credit card interest rate, If it is too good to be true, then it is not true. Caveat emptor! It’s the only way to survive in the land of the free and the home of the scam.

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  John Noble

  John Noble

  5 years ago

  Lol what an idiot you think we are that stupid. It’s all a sham. Keep winniwinmoronmoron ning

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  Alan J Pettengill

  Alan J Pettengill

  5 years ago

  WOW…. anyone who falls for these rediculas. ripoff scams.. desearves to lose thier money….. It always amazes me that people constantly fall for these kinds of scams…. its like watching bart or homer simpson try to get that electified donunt…. zap, zap, zap, zap,zap, zap, they never get it….. zap, zap, zap, zap, zap……. lol…. suckers born every second… AND THIS GUY IS A SHILL….

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  Ange Hertz

  Ange Hertz

  5 years ago

  *You’re, *learned…You sound like you need to go back to elementary school you dumbass thug. Are we supposed to be impressed by all your cursing

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  Jeovanny Perez

  Jeovanny Perez

  6 years ago

  Jeric,could you give the heads up on how to bid on this sight? Thank you for your time. Just want to try this out and judge for myself.

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  John Noble

  John Noble

  5 years ago

  Lol what an idiot you think we are that stupid. It’s all a sham. Keep winniwinmoronmoron ning

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  Alan J Pettengill

  Alan J Pettengill

  5 years ago

  WOW…. anyone who falls for these rediculas. ripoff scams.. desearves to lose thier money….. It always amazes me that people constantly fall for these kinds of scams…. its like watching bart or homer simpson try to get that electified donunt…. zap, zap, zap, zap,zap, zap, they never get it….. zap, zap, zap, zap, zap……. lol…. suckers born every second… AND THIS GUY IS A SHILL….

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  Ange Hertz

  Ange Hertz

  5 years ago

  *You’re, *learned…You sound like you need to go back to elementary school you dumbass thug. Are we supposed to be impressed by all your cursing

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  Jeovanny Perez

  Jeovanny Perez

  6 years ago

  Jeric,could you give the heads up on how to bid on this sight? Thank you for your time. Just want to try this out and judge for myself.

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  Donald Schillaci

  Donald Schillaci

  6 years ago

  big scam I bid a total $81.00 in bid chips on an Item as soon as I used all my chips the next bidder won I feel as though I was scamed for being so dumb never will happen again I learned a lesson that you just can’t trust somethink that looks this good to be true

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  Melanie Lessley

  Melanie Lessley

  6 years ago

  Erica McDonald how mmuch what ?

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  Erica Hejnar McDonald

  Erica Hejnar McDonald

  6 years ago

  Yeah right. How much

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  Melanie Lessley

  Melanie Lessley

  6 years ago

  Deal dash is not a scam, you just have to bid smart. I have won plenty of ittems, some over $200 for well under $100, including my bids. Granted, I have lost quite a few auctions too, part of the risks. They do have free and half price specials, where Deal Dash pays the final price or the winner only has to pay 1/2 the final price. I have won on those a few time, like an electric guitar for a christmas gift the that retailed for $199 won for only $64, cost of my bids. I am NOT… Read more ?

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  Patti Tone

  Patti Tone

  6 years ago

  Thank you all for sharing all your insights about the “

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  Melanie Lessley

  Melanie Lessley

  6 years ago

  II ddo agree tthat you eend up ppaying z a little mmore Witwith the by iitnow, Buy buy but you don’t pay ttax or shipping (sWhicwwhich , which you would at lleast Paypay tax on the iitem. aagree that you yyou do eend upup plittleaying a littp

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  Angie Austin Manges

  Angie Austin Manges

  6 years ago

  So you’re spending money to hopefully win something that is worth a LOT more than what you spent. And if you don’t win, you lose your money. Anyone ever heard of GAMBLING? If gambling is your thing, then go for it. Gambling is legal in some states. At least with gambling you know going into it that your chances of winning a LOT more than you put in are slim to none. But since you are “bidding” here it gives the false sense that you are not gambling. Are they doing anything illegal? Probably not. Is it misleading? Hell yes!… Read more ?

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  Tony Albery

  Tony Albery

  6 years ago

  exactly, i joined when the bid pack was 15 cents/bid instead of the usual 60, and i’ve already won a couple of gift cards for way less than the retail price, even considering the price of the bids

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  Michelle Fleming

  Michelle Fleming

  6 years ago

  so let me tell you what I have won… I spend no more then 14 cents on my bid packages… my first four wins ( everyone wins four small items to start with, as my friend and I all started an account the same week with everyone winning either $10 gift cards, $15 gift cards with free bids or baseballs) my first four wins I got a $10 Ihop gift card for 1 cent, a $15 Amazon gift card with 15 free bids for 1 cent, a $10 dunkin donut gift card for 1 cent and a $10 Walmart gift… Read more ?

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  Bob Wolkins

  Bob Wolkins

  6 years ago

  Look at the total bids on an item. for example VIZIO 55 inch TV had a total of 5000+ bids for a total of all bids of about $2,500. (just say 50 cents per bid for the average). That is the best profit margin I have ever seen. You can buy one of them for a lot less and you won’t be wasit

  ng any bids.

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  Beverly Red

  Beverly Red

  5 years ago

  Preying on stupid people is what politics (and good business) is about. Basically you need to 1) not pay .60 a bid. Buy them onsale. And 2) know the value of what you’re buying and don’t be afraid to walk away when the bidding gets too heated.

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  Josh Payne

  Josh Payne

  5 years ago

  Preying on stupid people isn’t illegal, its business.

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  Linda Obuchoska

  Linda Obuchoska

  6 years ago

  Scam. A lawyer needs to sue Deal Dash ! they are preying on stupid people.

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  Alan J Pettengill

  Alan J Pettengill

  5 years ago

  alert, alert, shill alert, shill alert

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  Anisha Hossain

  Anisha Hossain

  5 years ago

  I wonder how much dealdesh pay you to say that

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  Jenni Golik

  Jenni Golik

  6 years ago

  It’s a matter of timing your bidding right. I’ve won a vacuum, speaker system and some gift cards. It’s knowing how to beat them at their own game. Like right now father’s day gifts are free you just buy the bids and you can get bids for as low as .12.

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  Richard Royce

  Richard Royce

  5 years ago

  DealDash uses fake bidders. Example, several bidders have a history of spending $1000 in bids and money to win $125 dollar items. T

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  Robbins Leach

  Robbins Leach

  5 years ago

  First time on I was charged too much I figure that I cannot afford so I would like to cancel my subscription and have my money returned

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  Joshua Child

  Joshua Child

  5 years ago

  Just like the mighty Pettingill above you have the whole universe figured out to a tee right? That’s why you are the finest example of a human being correct?A super rich, perfect specimen of our species?!?! No?!?!?! Well than what in God’s name gives you the authority to slander everyone else because they don’t have all of the angles figured out yet? I haven’t heard of any life changing miracle performed by yourself that merits such an arrogant response to make all.others feel less than. When you do something that benefits humanity in a profound way, than you will be… Read more ?

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  Tim C Fulton

  Tim C Fulton

  5 years ago

  All you have to do is watch one of their ridiculously deceptive commercials, and if you fall for that nonsense you deserve to be taken for a ride! $300 for a $15 coffee maker lol

  They’re laughing all the way to the bank off idiots. I can guarantee they are using ghost bidders to drive their profits up, why wouldn’t they? It’s just another form of gambling for naive people with too much time on their hands. Even worse than slots at the Indian casinos.

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  Alan J Pettengill

  Alan J Pettengill

  5 years ago

  WOW…. anyone who falls for these ridiculous. ripoff scams.. deserves to lose their money….. It always amazes me that people constantly fall for these kinds of scams…. its like watching bart or homer simpson try to get that electrified donut…. zap, zap, zap, zap,zap, zap, they never get it….. zap, zap, zap, zap, zap……. lol…. suckers born every second…

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  Megan McClure

  Megan McClure

  5 years ago

  It’s a big scam.

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  Megan McClure

  Megan McClure

  5 years ago

  It’s a big scam.

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  John F. Tamburo

  John F. Tamburo

  5 years ago

  As I said in another post, it is effectively a GAMBLING site.

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  Scott R Sullivan

  Scott R Sullivan

  5 years ago

  Terms of Use stateBy registering and using DealDash you understand that you are likely to spend more money than you may receive in merchandise value. Most customers using the site gain less in merchandise value measured in monetary value compared to the amount of money spent bidding to win auctions. Do not buy bids or spend money on the site if you cannot afford to lose the money. DealDash is constantly attempting to maintain fairness and balance in its auctions therefore some new users or users who have lost auctions may receive special promotions, access to special auctions and/or free… Read more ?

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  Shane Bales

  Shane Bales

  5 years ago

  Ponzi. And pyramid schemes and Ponzi schemes are two totally different things that are in no way like the scam being employed here.

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  Will Oliver

  Will Oliver

  5 years ago

  Pyramid ponsie…

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  John F. Tamburo

  John F. Tamburo

  5 years ago

  (the following is not legal advice – get that from a licensed attorney in your area. This is just my opinion)

  That contractual provision is most likely unenforceable. It sounds like puffery to make it SEEM like you are getting a good deal.

  Once title to the merchandise passes to you, the seller no longer has any control over YOUR property. This is not like a homeowner’s or condo association. Copyright law has a “first sale” doctrine prohibiting infringement actions against used book and record shops; the same general principle applies here.

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  Jolorna Wilson

  Jolorna Wilson

  5 years ago

  I mostly only bid on free weekends. You don’t pay the price of the final auction but the cost of your bids the strategy is to come in after everyone else has thrown their bids at it. You are not jumping, because you must enter the auction before it reaches 500 bids. Then you wait. For 302 bids I won a playstation 4. That’s $36.24 I invested at twelve cents a bid. Since it was a fee weekend, I didn’t pay the cost of the item but just the cost of my bids. I went in after everyone had been… Read more ?

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