All Blog Posts Tagged 'bidding' (3)

Ebay Ending An Auction Early Ripoff Fees!!!

I guess Ebay has found a way to get more money from their honest sellers who list and sell authentic autographs.

I recently, for the first time in a long time, decided to list one of my items starting with a .99 cents starting bid.

I usually use "Buy It Now/Best Offer" for the few listings I submit.

Due the fact that it is impossible to compete…

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Added by Christopher Williams on October 12, 2015 at 7:00pm — 30 Comments

Does EBay Now Permit Shill Bidding?

A little over a month ago I sent an email to Ebay about obvious shill bidding.

Of course, Ebay never responded.

This has been going on for months with Ebay seller Stevew6.

Ebay seller Stevew6 is a consistent seller of GFA-certed forgeries.

But along with his selling of GFA-certed and other assorted laughable…

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Added by Christopher Williams on September 19, 2015 at 1:30pm — 13 Comments

Buying and Selling at Auction—A Primer Part I

By way of introduction, I'm Bill Panagopulos, founder and president of Alexander Autographs, Inc., an autograph auction house in Stamford, Ct. (www.alexautographs.com) established almost twenty years ago when I took my passion for collecting Civil War autographs and decided to grow it into an auction house devoted to the sale of all types of historic letters, documents, manuscripts and relics. Since those early days of paper bid sheets, one telephone… Continue

Added by Bill Panagopulos on October 3, 2010 at 9:00pm — 8 Comments

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