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Ok, so have you ever posted an ebay auction and realized that you wrote "Golding" or "Golwing" and needed to go back and change it? What if you didn't catch it? No one would see your auction, and it would end without any bids. Now what if you could find one of these auctions? Sitting there and searching for every possible misspelling would take hours. Not any more!

Give www.fatfingers.com a spin. It will search ebay.com, ebay.co.uk, and a bunch of other auction sites. It automatically searches for those jems of a deal, and lets you swoop in and snag that expensive toy for cheap.
 

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Nice site. I once fatfingered an item on ebay and bid 10 more dollars than the last bidder, which was me. Ending up winning the item and paying $10 more than I should have. It was still a nice deal. Thanks for the site I will definitely use it.



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bmoore106 wrote:
Nice site. I once fatfingered an item on ebay and bid 10 more dollars than the last bidder, which was me. Ending up winning the item and paying $10 more than I should have. It was still a nice deal. Thanks for the site I will definitely use it.
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At my age and mental state I worry about getting in a bidding war with myself. I sure hope if it happens it will be on an item I'm selling!
 

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I got me a nice cet of caliper covers really cheaply, maybe because they were listed as calipher covers. Spelled it that way twice too.

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My neighbour refuses to use ebay. :clapper:He just prefers to go to the shop. :stumped:

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My neighbour refuses to use ebay. :clapper:He just prefers to go to the shop. :stumped:

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There are a lot of things on ebay that you can not get at the local shop.

Plus it will come to your front door.

More choices, more comparisons. As long as the seller has a good reputation it is a pretty sure bet. I have done hundreds of transactions without any big problems...

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Redwing. wrote:
My neighbour refuses to use ebay. :clapper:He just prefers to go to the shop. :stumped:
After seeing that picture of his house I'm not overly surprised. I expect he just sends the chauffer down to the shop with the bike in a covered trailer!
 
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