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Quibids
Main address: 4 NE 10th St. 73104 Oklahoma City OK
(405) 253-2038 , , http://www.quibids.com/help_support_email.php
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  • 1 hour ago
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • 16

Hello I just want to WARN everyone of the MANY bait and SWITCH options they are doing. I paid my 60.00 but in total I puchased over 300.00 dollars in bids. I guess I thought quibid was legit but believe me and the others on this page they are NOT. Now to get back to my items as I won two different auctions both for the same item a tablet carrying case but when it said I won it showed a cheap qz... Read more

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  • 1 day ago
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • Undelivered Item
  • 1
  • 1
  • 153

After winning a bid, the company never sent the product. Initially it was sent on July 22, on August 5, I contacted them and they asked that we give it 14 more days. On September 12, I realized that I still had not received my item. I contacted customer service again, only to be told that it had now been thirty days since it was sent and they could do nothing to track the item. Nor would they... Read more

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  • Sep 22
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Tampa, Florida
  • Auction Bids
  • 4
  • 4
  • 619

Quibids using software to bid against real people until they get a real price for that item ( collected in bid money spent ) then maybe some lucky customer gets the item for little money spent, the difference in price is paid by the people who lost... Sometimes the Quibids themselves win the auction, then the item is re-listed again and so on... Its almost like playing lottery, the difference is... Read more

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  • Sep 22
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Oakley Sunglasses Bid
  • 2
  • 2
  • 333

I bid on a pair of Oakley Sunglasses. Consider this: The "winner" who used "autobid" shows the following Quibids history: "vipjoe1" has bid $116,225 (at .60 per bid) and has lost $48,840! "He" has supposedly bid over 193,000 times! I submit vipjoe1 is an automated bidder that doesn't even exist. There are numerous cases just like this. Scam? Of course it is. In fact I could find NO ONE who... Read more

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  • Sep 17
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • New Mexico, United States
  • Internet Gambling Website
  • 395

This is gambling, pure and simple. I did "win" 2 gift cards $40 value. I spent $70. It was no bargain. I'm not a gambler but I'm sure that the Quidbid organizers have achieved their goal of swindling 1Million people (or more) out of $60. This is an old fashioned case of buyer beware. Quid dis is the modern day Snake Oil Peddler. They are not selling, they are swindlers. i wish I had read customer... Read more

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  • Sep 16
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • San Bernardino, California
  • Unauthorized Charges
  • 4
  • 4
  • 240

I Didn't Bid On Anything And I Was Checking My Debit Account And Saw a That Qui-Bid Took Out 60.00 Dollar And I didn't Authorize it Are Bib On Anything Plus I Had Unscribe Qui-Bid So What Must I zSo To Get The Money Refund The Money Back, Don't Know How They Were Able To Do That , When I Never Bib On Anything ,And If Just Going To That Site And Looking At The Items and Scrolling Threw Looking... Read more

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  • Sep 07
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Smyrna, Georgia
  • Purse Purchase
  • 760

I am beside myself the same thing happened to me. I thought I would go ahead with it because I thought you could reuse your bids. Then when I realized I lost all my money I decided to get more bids thinking I could make up for it now that I knew how to play better. I spent all my bids on a purse this cost me $50.00 only to lose the auction by three cents. I couldn't even use these bids to buy the... Read more

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  • Sep 07
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Ipad
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1078

QUIBIDS IS AN ONLINE AUCTION SITE CLAIMING TO SELL POPULAR ITEMS FOR $30-$40. A $399 IPAD COSTS JUST $30-$40, SO CLAIMS THE SCAM. IN REALITY THE BIDS COST YOU .60 CENTS EACH. YOU'RE BIDDING AGAINST 100'S OF OTHER PEOPLE. EVERY TIME SOMEBODY BIDS, THE ITEM GOES UP BY .1 CENT. THE AUCTION STARTS AT 0.00 AND KEEPS GOING UP AN UNLIMITED AMOUNT OF TIMES UNTIL SOME *** WITH NOTHING BETTER TO DO THAN... Read more

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  • Sep 03
  • Auctions and Internet Stores
  • Unauthorized Charge
  • 2
  • 2
  • 891

I SIGNED UP FOR THE SITE, AND WANTED TO VIEW PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR BUYING BIDS SO I PUT IN MY CREDIT CARD INFO AND A SCREEN CAME UP SAYING THEY CHARGED ME $60 FOR BIDS...NO WHERE DID IT SAY I WOULD BE CHARGED ANYTHING...I DID A LIVE CHAT AND WAS ACCUSED OF NOT READING THE WHOLE PAGE AND THAT IT IS STATED OVER 3 TIMES THAT I WILL BE CHARGED $60, I TOLD THE LIVE CHATE PERSON THAT IT NEVER SAID... Read more

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  • Aug 26
  • Shopping
  • Bid Charges
  • 4
  • 4
  • 1595

I signed up to check out the auction. They require a credit card before you go bid. They didn't say how much they were charging or how much each bid is worth. The bids increase the price by .01 but charge the bidder .60 per bid. They don't let you bid on any products until you bid for more bids. If you run out of bids for bids they offer to sell you more $45.00 for 75 bids. OKAY, they got me... Read more

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