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Old June 17th 04, 01:17 PM
Collin Brendemuehl
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Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
.... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen again.)

Collin
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Old June 17th 04, 03:40 PM
Marv Soloff
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I have used "ESnipe" with good results - my losses are those when I set
the final price too low and am outbid. No problems with ESnipe in about
60 transactions.

Regards,

Marv

Collin Brendemuehl wrote:
Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen again.)

Collin


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Old June 17th 04, 10:34 PM
John Bartley
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Collin Brendemuehl wrote:

Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen again.)

Collin


Yup - Esnipe is what I use - inexpensive and so far flawless. That's not
to say that I always win!! The thing I like about Esnipe is that I can
decide what I'm willing to pay, set the "snipe" and then forget about
it. I'm terrible for second guessing myself, and then bidding more than
I should.

cheers

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Old June 18th 04, 06:51 AM
JOE
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Snipe 'by hand' - it's more fun. Be there in the last minute of the auction,
open a separate window (sized down) for the listing, and for the
'place bid' window - and keep refreshing the 'current price' window
until there is only 15 seconds remaining, then click 'submit bid' in the
other window. 75+ wins in my favor - not as 'accurate' but more
fun than eSnipe and all the rest. Makes ya feel like you've done
something.

JOE


"Collin Brendemuehl" wrote in message
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Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen

again.)

Collin



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Old June 18th 04, 11:55 PM
Craig Schroeder
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BidSniper Pro works well for me. Very simple interface and hasn't
failed me.

On 17 Jun 2004 05:17:51 -0700, (Collin
Brendemuehl) wrote:

Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen again.)

Collin


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Old June 19th 04, 03:36 AM
Jim Dawson
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I agree, that makes it fun!

Jim

"JOE" wrote in message
news.com...
Snipe 'by hand' - it's more fun. Be there in the last minute of the

auction,
open a separate window (sized down) for the listing, and for the
'place bid' window - and keep refreshing the 'current price' window
until there is only 15 seconds remaining, then click 'submit bid' in the
other window. 75+ wins in my favor - not as 'accurate' but more
fun than eSnipe and all the rest. Makes ya feel like you've done
something.

JOE


"Collin Brendemuehl" wrote in message
om...
Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen

again.)

Collin





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Old June 20th 04, 12:36 AM
Mike
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I agree, that makes it fun!

Especially when you're located on the east coast and the auction ends after
9:00 p.m. or so pacific time.: - )

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I agree, that makes it fun!

Jim

"JOE" wrote in message
news.com...
Snipe 'by hand' - it's more fun. Be there in the last minute of the

auction,
open a separate window (sized down) for the listing, and for the
'place bid' window - and keep refreshing the 'current price' window
until there is only 15 seconds remaining, then click 'submit bid' in the
other window. 75+ wins in my favor - not as 'accurate' but more
fun than eSnipe and all the rest. Makes ya feel like you've done
something.

JOE


"Collin Brendemuehl" wrote in message
om...
Any purchasers here use any snipping software/services?
Are they useful?
... trustworthy? (I've been hijacked once and never want it to happen

again.)

Collin







 




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