How Much Will You Pay For My Dollar?

We found a place on the Internet where you can buy a few bucks and pay as little as you like for them. Real dollars are for sale to the highest bidders.

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(PRWEB) October 8, 2004

How much is a dollar really worth?

What if you could buy dollars for LESS than they are worth?

The value of money fluctuates slightly day to day but generally trends downward. Inevitably, inflation ensures that our money is worth less tomorrow than it was yesterday.

We found a place on the Internet where you can buy a few bucks and pay as little as you like for them. Real dollars are for sale to the highest bidders.

Recently, several $10 bills were sold for 5 cents each! Many were sold for $5 or $6 and the highest winning bid so far has been $8 for a $10 bill, an instant profit of $2 for the lucky buyer. That is a 25% return in a just a few days, with no outlay and no risk!

It is a gimmick, of course. A way for the web site to attract attention. And it won't continue forever. But a profit is still a profit!

Every day this month, the site is auctioning various cash amounts over various timeframes and anyone can take part quickly and easily.

The site is a new eBay-style online auction site where people can buy and sell goods. It is called BidCents.com.

As well as providing the best features of online auctions and then some, the unique attraction is the generous cash rebates that are instantly paid to buyers on every sale. Not just account credits, the rebates are used the same as cash, as full or part payment for any other item for sale by any seller at the site.

Sellers can list unlimited items for free; as Normal, Reserve, Dutch or Buy-it-now auctions, or as Instant Purchase fixed price sales. There is a low 4% final value fee which the site shares equally with the buyer, to keep them buying at the site.

As good as all that sounds, the old Catch 22 is alive and well, with sellers waiting for more buyers and buyers waiting for more sellers and many interested onlookers waiting for the site to "take off" before jumping in.

Hence the gimmick. Anyone can quickly join up and bid on the sales of cash (or on any of the growing number of interesting items already listed).

If your bid wins one of the sales of cash, your payment is automatically deducted and the profit added into your account, ready to be used for other purchases. You don't have to give any sensitive financial details so it is perfectly safe. Cash sales range from one dollar to $100. They have no reserve prices and are ending every day, so don't miss out on any chances. Of course, you get the special buyer cash rebate as well.

BidCents.com is also giving away $100 to some lucky seller, to increase the listings and to help start the snowball rolling.

With buyers being paid cash rebates time after time and sellers listing for free, the BidCents.com snowball will soon become very big indeed.

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