Oct 4, 2005
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Searches across multiple auction sites. Includes cross-site watchlist and optional public wish list.
Toolbars for Internet Explorer and Firefox available.
|Platforms||Web Based / SaaS|
|Marketplaces||Half, Overstock Shopping, Rakuten.com, uBid|
|Shopping Carts||Yahoo Stores|
AuctionSHARK is free
Oct 3, 2005
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The Supplier Says
AuctionShark was born out of the need to provide buyer tools for online auction sites. There have been numerous successful spin-offs within the online auction industry, with virtually all of the focus being on providing seller services. With the vast majority of online shopping tools geared towards seller, the need for quality, comprehensive buyer tools has continued to grow. Most of the ideas and concepts being developed now have been in the works for several years now, but development on AuctionSHARK officially began in late 2003.
AuctionSHARK has been designed and developed from the ground up by auction shoppers for auction shoppers. Our goal is to make the online auction experience better and more fun by saving users time and money. AuctionSHARK is developing a unique set of powerful buyer tools to improve the online auction shopping and buying process, and allow buyers to better compare and evaluate auctions.
Committed to providing innovative solutions and superior service to online
auction shoppers, AuctionSHARK is headquartered in Denver, Colorado. From the supplier's website