Sealed Bid Online Auction Offers New Service "No Bid Is Wasted"

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Ever heard of a social auction? Online auctions’ biggest threat has arrived and is going viral through the power of social networks and word of mouth marketing. The reason is because Get In Too, LLC has a new service for re-using bids that don't win an auction.

http://Getintoo.com is an online auction company based out of small town USA just south of the Memphis Metro area. So how is a small town internet company a threat to a juggernaut auction sites like E-bay? In addition to their unique way of auctioning popular items which are not used but new, they have also incorporated a new service that allows users to use their non-winning bids until they do win. Get In Too, LLC is a pay to play platform which differs from E-bay and other online auction styles, however they say that “no bid is wasted” and that “everyone wins”. GetInToo.com is becoming an incredibly intriguing website and it’s been proven as their registered user rates have sky-rocketed in just their first week in business. The company doesn’t understand why anyone would waste bids on a penny auction when, at GetInToo.com if their bids don’t win they can bid again until they do win. One of their taglines: “If your bids don’t win, use them again”.

The company is run by a former US Veteran and Corporate Executive who says that “Our unique model of how the lowest single bid wins the auction combined with the way our voucher bid system works, ensures that anyone who buys bids and participates in our auctions will win an auction and not lose the original amount they purchased in bids compared and receive a costs savings of over 90%. When you can offer a lowest single bid wins auction with everyone who plays will win, that tends to goes viral very fast”.

How does http://GetInToo.com achieve that claim? Essentially a user can buy $25 in bids and if they use those bids in an auction and do not win, the voucher bids kick in and within the 1st year as a registered user they will be able to continue bidding to win an auction. GetInToo.com keeps the website and auction process very simple and it’s loaded with popular products. The owners say “we’re not in a flash or video popularity contest with penny auctions” we built the most fair and reputable auction so that everyone wins great items for less and it’s simple to use”. The sealed bid process keeps the auction platform fair for every bidder and the company believes that due to their unwavering customer service commitment that “everyone wins” that socially the other auction sites will not be able to stack up. GetInToo.com also has a unique weapon in its arsenal to combat the competition and that is the way they award purchase credits which are used to pay the winning bid amount. An example is; if the winning bid is $1.09 for the X-Box Kinect then GetInToo.com simply deducts that amount from the users purchase credits. Purchase credits are awarded dollar for dollar so if a user buys $25 bids they get $25 in purchase credit.

These are certainly bold claims for a new online auction company that competes with old online auctions and new penny auction sites. GetInToo.com is here, it is social, customer service and commitment to winning and happy bidders is their key to success and sustained growth. The company intends to list products that consumers want to get for a great deal and the business model is unique in a way that people are talking about them all over the U.S.

GetInToo.com is a no reserve, sealed bid, lowest single bid wins online auction site with great growth potential due to the social & entertainment shopping nature of buyers in these more advanced buying times. The company is committed to its users getting phenomenal deals without risking the loss of bids and providing an entertaining social shopping experience for online consumers. Their tagline: “Who should get in too? You should get in too and invite your friends to get in too – too!” http://getintoo.com

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