Ziinga Reviews – Legit or Scam?

November 3rd, 2011  |  Published in Penny Auction Sites  |  618 Comments

Ziinga.com is a penny auction website that is available to users in over 16 different countries, including Britain, Canada, and the US, and claims to give people the ability to purchase expensive items at serious discounts.

Like most penny auctions, each bid on Ziinga US raises the price of the auction by one penny and each bid resets the auction clock to a longer period of time. The auction clock will reset with shorter times as the auction lasts longer.

All Ziinga auctions start at $0.00 and have no reserve price bidders must meet. The last bidder left wins the right to purchase the item at the final auction price,…

Bouncy Bids Reviews – Legit or Scam?

November 3rd, 2011  |  Published in Penny Auction Sites

Bouncy Bids (www.BouncyBids.com) is a new penny auction website that claims everyday people can use auctions to buy expensive, in demand items at extremely discounted prices.

Bouncy Bids allows members to register for free, but in order to participate in the auctions you must purchase credits at 60 cents each, in different size bid packs. When you purchase your first bid pack, Bouncy Bids will give you ten free Bonus Bids.

In addition, the larger the bid packs you buy, the more Bonus Bids you can receive. However, all purchased bids are non-refundable, so if you are a first time Bouncy Bids user you should wait until you…

Online Fortune Builder Reviews – Legit or Scam?

November 2nd, 2011  |  Published in Auction Listing Agent

Online Fortune Builder is a new website promoting a work at home business they claim will help struggling Americans “make more money than they ever imagined,” without ever leaving the comfort of their own home.

They call this work at home business being a “Drop Shipper Specialist,” but the work they are promoting used to be called “Auction Listing Agent.” Ultimately, they are the same thing.

Online Fortune Builder will teach its members how to use drop ship companies to list items on online stores or websites like eBay. When customers purchase these items, the drop ship companies send the item directly to them.

What’s the Catch?

Drop ship companies…

BidBass.com Reviews – Legit or Scam?

November 2nd, 2011  |  Published in Penny Auction Sites

BidBass.com is a penny auction website that claims anyone can get items, from laptops to gift cards to jewelry, at extremely discounted prices.

Signing up is free and the bids at BidBass only cost 70 cents each to buy. You can use your credits to bid on any active auction. Bidding on item within the last 20 seconds will reset the bid clock to 20 seconds. The last bidder wins the item.

In penny auctions, however, the last bidder doesn’t so much “win” the item as they win they right to purchase the item at the final auction price, plus taxes and delivery fees.

BidBass offers a variety…

Happy BidDay Reviews – Legit or Scam?

November 1st, 2011  |  Published in Posting Links on Google

Happy BidDay is a penny auction website that features two different types of penny auctions and offers free registration that takes less than 60 seconds.

When you register with Happy BidDay, you receive 50 free bids and enrolled in their Rewards Program, where you can continue to earn free bids. You can also buy bid packs, where bids range from 50 cents to 80 cents, depending on the size of the pack.

There are different types of auctions featured at Happy BidDay. The first is the regular penny auction, called One Cent Auctions. The second is called Happy Auctions. You can tell the difference between the two by…