I believe the green ## are what he actually won, or is winning ??What I am not seeing is how many items did he actually win. Did he do a lot of buying or just bidding items up? If he did a lot of bidding and bought nothing, he should be reported.
I have made bids on items, several times in $2.00 increments, when trying to buy spark plugs. Several times this went on for a couple of days, until I got tired of the crap, and the price became unreasonable. Once or twice, OK, he lost. Multiple times - NFG.
When you bid on your own stuff, you have to win a few. Law of averages will say that.What I am not seeing is how many items did he actually win. Did he do a lot of buying or just bidding items up? If he did a lot of bidding and bought nothing, he should be reported.
Yeah, not bad when you consider the seller only has about that number of items for sale.703 bids on only 38 items!!
It does not seem so. Look at this item that seller has at the moment. One bidder in $1 and $2 and the other bids in $100. You have the option of showing or hiding the auto bid bidsIs it possible that the bidder set a fairly high initial bids on items wanted and the automatic bid bid it up incrementally as others put in bids?
I know the bid history looks something like that on some govt actions I have bid on.
Example: I see a truck I'd pay $2,000 for, bid that and starting bid is set at $100, and all the bids put in after are countered by the auto bid, so it looks like I was bidding it up, until the $2K is reached, when I either get the truck or someone who thinks it is worth more to them gets it.