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(09-20-2011 12:45 PM)jmc316 Wrote: Help me understand something about sniping...If I bid on an item that is 6 days out from ending, and I dont want to spend more than $20 on it, and I use that as my max bid, how does having a sniper program save you money or win you more auctions?
(09-20-2011 12:47 PM)beatles guy Wrote: I use Gavel Snipe like CEO. It is not cheating. It is a way to bid on a card like I normally would and not have to be chained to the computer.
(09-20-2011 01:07 PM)beatles guy Wrote: Same thing as sitting by the computer and bidding when there are five seconds left. Where's the difference? A snipe is a snipe. I don't begrudge anybody for doing it. I've been sniped before and it doesn't hurt my feelings, except for the fact that I lost out on a card I wanted.
(09-20-2011 01:10 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: I was just sayin'...
(09-20-2011 01:15 PM)yankeeempire Wrote: So your telling me that having a program that snipes if fair to someone that sits there and waits? there is a big difference. Your using a program that gives you an edge, That makes you faster. Some poor person who wants a card or item may never get it because of these types of programs. I don't use them and i win 95% of the auctions i bid on. You people must be slow lol