I decided to give Quidbids a try after seeing the commercials. After spending a few minutes filling out the information I was all set to bid. I was bidding on a $15.00 WalMart gift card. There was two or three other people bidding at the same time I was. I ended up winning the auction for a total of 83 cents with a 50 cent surchage for a total of $1.33. I thought I saved $14.00. I go check my debit card statement and see I was charged $27.00? Of course I was pissed and dumbfounded. So I decided to have a chat with one of the sales reps He tells me when I signed up I agreed to purschase some starter bid pack? Which I never did or agreed too. He goes on to say I must of agreed because if I didn’t I wouldn’t be able to bid? That is the biggest piece of crap lie I ‘ve ever read. I told him how can a $15.00 Gift card I won for $1.33 cost me $27.00? Appreantly I bought a start bid pack which I never agreed too. My advice stay away from them they claim your getting a great deal, but what they don’t tell the consumer is each winning bid is actually a huge profit for them. They made $26.00 off of my one winning purschase. .
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