The Most Sought After iPod in the World…Probably

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Limited edition Andy Scott-Lee iPod is up for grabs. Eurovision finalist Andy Scott-Lee has created an online buzz with his limited edition iPod. The signed iPod by Andy Scott-Lee has rocketed in price, with the latest bid at $1,200 since it went on sale on 1st March.

Eurovision finalist Andy Scott-Lee has created an online buzz with his limited edition iPod. The signed iPod by Andy Scott-Lee has rocketed in price, with the latest bid at $1,200 since it went on sale on 1st March, making it one of the most expensive and sought after iPod in the world.

The Scott-Lee iPod is up for grabs on http://www.auctionassist.co.uk, the online auction site in partnership with eBay. The craze for the iPod has been so great in the first couple of hours an off-shoot website has been created to http://andyscottlee.auctionassist.co.uk handle the bids from Scott-Lee fans.

The Eurovision finalist has signed the latest Apple iPod mini and it’s ready to be delivered to one lucky person. Andy, the brother of ex-Steps singer Lisa Scott-Lee, took time out of his celebrity lifestyle to sign his mark on the latest Apple gadget.

Sieng Van Tran, CEO of Auction Assist, said: “This is amazing. Andy Scott-Lee is certainly a hit with the public. The Auction Assist website and hotline has been going mad with young girls calling the Auction Assist to bid for the iPod. Last week, it was exposed that Andy could be the singer to replace Ronan Keating in a Boyzone reunion tour. This has fueled the demand for the iPod.”

About AuctionAssist

eBay, the online auction house, has partnered with AuctionAssist - a new service that helps people to sell unwanted goods on eBay. eBay is the largest online auction website in the world with over 120 million customers worldwide. Although buying on eBay is very simple, selling has proved to be a big hurdle, with eBay reporting that 90% of customers have never sold an item using their service.

AuctionAssist works with eBay to take the pain out of selling unwanted goods. It will basically collect items that people want to sell; value, photograph and place items online; sell it to the buyer, packaging the goods and collecting payment. All the seller has to do is wait for the cheque…it’s as simple as that!

Fancy selling something on eBay? Click on to http://www.auctionassist.co.uk to make some money, the simple way.

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James Hetherington, PR director

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E: jameshetherington_cprc@yahoo.co.uk

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