Bidville Auctions & uBid ~One of The Same~

 Mix up your auctions by placing them into different auction houses..

I wanted to let you know about a great auction site, Bidville.com.
If you register with them as a new user I will receive $5 in
enhancement fee credits. If you refer others you will receive them too!
There is no limit to the number of referrals and the credits never
expire so you can use them when you sell on Bidville to get your
items noticed. Start by going to:

Click Here To visit Bidville

Certainly ebay is tops but with higher fee’s more listing than one can read through in  month, it might be a good alternative to place some of your products into other auction venues. We use Bidville and have been a member for years. Love the easy process of uploading images, the listing prices are great and they have now merged with uBid.com

Come on over and check it out…

Bidville was founded in 1999 by Dr. Ed Orlando as an online auction alternative to eBay.  The company provides unique user features, such as Watch List, Image Gallery, and fixed price listing options.  In 2001, Bidville merged with NoBidding.com, one of the first online fixed price marketplaces.

In August 2003, Bidville was acquired by Royal Palm Capital Group.  Bidville, Inc. has been a fully reporting public company since December, 2003.  Additional information, including current financial data, is available in current Securities and Exchange Commission filings under the symbol BVLE.  The company is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida U.S.A.

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One Response

  1. Hello,
    Very well written article, Keep up the impressive writing.
    We enjoyed it very much, Thanks Jerry.

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