Awesome app interface. I just started out and I'm hooked. It's fun to think you can win things by the "pennies" of course you spend more on bids than the actual item. Since all this is, is just a game of gambles with other gamblers. This is what makes it fun and exhilarating, but proceed with attentiveness and caution as you could lose more than the actual prize is worth. Also I've noticed that some items are ridiculously overpriced in comparison to some retail and online prices, so do some research before you blow out your money. Good luck.
I used deal dash 5 years ago and recently started using it again. They have made great strides in improving the functionality of the site. When I started using DealDash a few months ago I had not installed the app. I install the app a week ago and I have been amazed at the difference. The app makes it easier to bid on auctions, purchase bids, have additional information on products available, and one of the nicest features is the ability to earn additional bids that is not available without the app. All of these features and the wonderful products DealDash presents in auctions, in my opinion makes it the best bidding site on the internet. Keep up the good work DealDash!
Simplest interpretation: " Hi! Welcome to Deal Dash!" "Wow, you have lots of awesome stuff!" "Sure do! And just for pennies on the dollar!" "Okay! I'll bid on that item there." "Oh wait, you must first pay me. THEN I will LET you bid on the item you want." "What if I run out of bids?" "Then you can pay me more! You get a camera for $5 and I get $70. Everybody wins!" Stop taking advantage of people.
Big scam. Like MANY others who were promised free coins or gems for online games if you installed their app and bought a bid pack. THEY NEVER DELIVERED ON THEIR PROMISE. I keep getting computer generated emails saying they will resolve the problem. People, don't be sucked in by their dishonest business.
Not sure how 1 cents equals the 14 they are charging you for bids. If the bids are 1 cent, then let us add the amount of money we want and let us bid with our money. That way if we don't win, it doesn't feel like we've been robbed. And it's not as easy to win as they would l like you to think. Bought 200 bids, couldn't win a single thing. Not I feel ripped off. If I had won something it wouldn't be as bad, or if I got to choose the amount of money I spent on bids. Stupid app. Steer clear.
Obviously a scam and fake. Simple 36c for 1c they say an item sold for $5 when that's 36c. Times 500.... $180. How exactly do they get off saying 36 cents is worth a 1 cent bid? They have Schultz Q Tech headphones saying retail $510. Amazon has them priced $188 new. Here's the kicker they report they sold it for $15-72 in their app for the previous 10 winners. That's at 36 cents per dealdash cent. In reality they sold it for $540-2592