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snipers, allowed or not ?

(13 Posts)
Footle Mon 16-Nov-15 16:39:24

I'm sure this has often been asked but I can't find the answer, so I hope someone can help.

YakTriangle Mon 16-Nov-15 16:46:11

I don't think they'd exist if they didn't work.

whodhavethoughtit Mon 16-Nov-15 17:30:44

yes of course they are - last minute bidding is what eBay is all about isn't it?

Footle Mon 16-Nov-15 17:55:01

Thanks, that's what I thought, but someone else was very sure it could lead to eBay closing your account. Good, I can get on with it again. Many thanks for replying.

SistersOfPercy Mon 16-Nov-15 20:16:12

Yep, all fine. A surprising number of folk get quite arsey about people using them though and see them as cheating. Not sure why, you place the highest bid, you win, that simple.

Anyway, I use one called Gixen. Never let me down smile

Footle Mon 16-Nov-15 20:53:27

Thanks Sister. Is it just Gixen ? I can't identify it on app search.

OddlyLogical Mon 16-Nov-15 20:55:55

I have been using Gixen for years - well worth it.

Footle Mon 16-Nov-15 21:37:36

Thanks for the link.

SistersOfPercy Mon 16-Nov-15 23:19:10

Apologies Footle, thanks for adding that oddly. It's been a long day blush

Footle Mon 16-Nov-15 23:20:53

Don't beat yourself up, Sister.
Gixen doesn't believe in my eBay ID for some reason - I'll try again tomorrow.

ApricotDream Tue 17-Nov-15 17:57:13

I've used Goofbid before. Never had a problem with it

Footle Tue 17-Nov-15 19:41:47

Thanks, perhaps I'll have more luck with Goofbid - Gixen must be having a funny turn.

specialsubject Thu 19-Nov-15 21:57:46

works fine for me, both buying and selling. Less happy about the latter of course but that's the way it goes!

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