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A must have for Ebay sellers

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jonesy
A review of Shooting Star by jonesy,
2 Aug 2003

Design from hell

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bounce55
A review of BidSlayer by bounce55,
2 Aug 2003
1. Awful color scheme 2. Tab key bounces (ha ha) you around fields in a random order 3. Enter the wrong password and it will never stop trying to sign into eBay 4. Messages appear on top of each other and you can't move them The programmer must have some ability as I have no idea how you would go about making a program like this but the design is terrible. Might be worth installing for a joke.

Needs a degree in computer science to operate it

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Chewie
A review of HarvEX - Online Auction Processor by Chewie,
2 Aug 2003

The best!

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burn19
A review of Auction Sentry by burn19,
2 Aug 2003
Fantastic support and bang-on accuracy! I used to think sniping was wrong but got beat by snipers twice in a row so as the saying goes "if you cant beat them join them". This is the first program I tried and I have not looked back since.

Not at all impressed

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wayne
A review of Auction Messenger by wayne,
1 Aug 2003
All this program can do is fetch your auctions then give you links to various pages on eBay about them. Nothing here that you can't do in My eBay.

The best auction builder available

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Cuboid
A review of Auction Station Ad Creator by Cuboid,
1 Aug 2003

Not failed me yet

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pretaporter
A review of Cricket Jr Power Sniper by pretaporter,
1 Aug 2003

Too many break downs for the prices they charge

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Cuboid
A review of Andale by Cuboid,
1 Aug 2003

Works well, reasonable price

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Cuboid
A review of Bidnapper by Cuboid,
1 Aug 2003
You see a lot of hype from snipe services about protecting user names (your name still becomes public on the auction if you win with your snipe, just not from a losing bid), winning more auctions (only if other users dont proxy bid higher or out-snipe you), changing or deleting bids (not quite accurate - the bid is not made until the very end of the auction so 'deleting' as actually not bidding in the first place!) and so on. Truth is a snipe is a snipe is a snipe however its done and all tha
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