Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Snipe eBay auctions with Myibidder


If you occasionally buy items at eBay auctions, you've probably been here: you've stayed up well past your bedtime to keep an eye on the item you want. The end of the auction is just moments away and you're feeling good because you are the higher bidder. But then the bidding ends and eBay says some other bidder was the winner.

Congratulations, you've been sniped. Someone swooped in at the last second and slipped in a higher bid just before the door on the auction closed. Maybe they were up late watching the clock tick down or, just as likely, they were using sniping software like Myibidder Bid Sniper.

Sniping software automates bidding and focuses on the last minute or so before the sale ends when bidders sometimes scramble to get to the top. Automated sniping does not conflict with eBay's rules. And sniper software doesn't guarantee that you will win the auction. There may be other sniper apps doing automated bidding and not every robot can be a winner.

Myibidder lets you set your top price for an auction item. Then it checks the bidding near the end of the auction and will place a bid in the last few seconds if you aren't the high bidder. Users set up their snipe in advance by entering the sale they are targeting and the maximum amount they want to bid.

The app is free to download, but it operates on a credit system. You get free credits when you start using the app. Credits are used only when you win an auction. If you're an active bidder and buyer, you can purchase more credits or get them for free by watching video ads.

Myibidder Bid Sniper can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. To get a closer look at the app, visit the Myibidder website and check the video below.


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