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At the auction site Bidwiz.co.uk the winner is the person that places the highest unique bid. From looking through the website it seems the owners also run other sites as they claim this is their best one:
BiDWiZ is the latest and most attractive auction site we have created, offering you more than just a friendly auction site, but also offering products at unbeatable prices.If this is correct and they do have other sites you would expect this site to be a masterpiece, unfortunately I don’t think it is. The first thing that I couldn’t help notice when I went on to the site were the photos of the apparent winners, they do not look legit – they look like they’ve been stolen from a catalogue! This didn’t give me any faith in this site whatsoever.
BiDWiZ claim to have over 250,000 ‘happy’ members, so on this basis I decided to give them a go. After pulling my hair out listening to the annoying ticking of the stop watch that kept popping up on the site offering me half price bids my findings follow.
Registration on BiDWiZ is pretty straight forward and not too time consuming. I wasn’t quite sure how the website worked as it is not clear on the home page. I clicked on the link to the ‘how it works’ section (once I’d found it) and I managed to figure it out from there. Put simply the person that has the highest unique bid wins the auction.
I’m afraid I am unable to explain how the bidding process works on this site as BiDWiZ don’t offer any free joining credit and I was reluctant to use my own money after seeing the winners photos!
In BiDWiZ’s ‘Service Treaty’ they assure members that they do not interfere with the auctions in any way. On each auction there is a ‘Bids Quota’ section, this states the number of bids required on the auction before it can end. It also informs you of how many bids have been placed and how many of those are unique.
On each auction there is a table showing you who the current winner is and who has a unique bid. This table can be a little confusing until you work out what it all means.
Bids cost from as little as £1 per bid for prizes like a PS3 to as much as £7 per bid for prizes as big as a car. I wasn’t impressed with the fact that I had to click on each auction individually to be able to view the bid price as this was quite time consuming waiting for the auction to load.
My overall view of this site is that despite having a great range of prizes it is rather annoying! The fact that there is a stop watch that pops up constantly blocking my view and making an awful noise teamed with the ‘winners’ photo’s is enough to make me never visit the site again. Take my advice and use ANY other unique bid auction site before joining BiDWiZ!
Check out this auction site at Bidwiz.co.uk