Tuesday, 22 April 2008 06:06

Bang4bucks Australian auction site ready for launch

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New Australian Auction site

www.bang4bucks.com.au 
Australian Auction site will open with a bang.

Registrations open now with seller credit's for new accounts.                          

DAVID VERSES GOLLIATH" Bang4bucks Challenges eBay "A core group of power sellers have banded together to input their ideas and experiences to form a new auction site.The co-founder Gary Breit wanted to create an all Australian auction site Proudly Australian owned, officially launching on the first of May.The sites CEO Debbie Williams has made her living from eBay during the past 5 years and is a power seller well experienced in the mechanics  of buying and selling on eBay.With the assistance of a core group of eBay power sellers and buyers we have established an auction site to give all Australians a fair go.bang4bucks.com.au will offer an alternative auction site with vast improvements and savings for both buyer and seller.

*  Huge savingsNo listing fees and 3 free relist's.Lower FVF on a sliding scale.* Unlike eBay Australia site bang4bucks will be promoting and pushing our stores so that seller's can build a website type  presence on bang4bucks and build their Business  Seller's have the option for their products to show in normal searches not hidden away for auction listings.

*  Hassle-free enjoyable shopping experience. Auctions available or for impulse buying we have store and buy now options* Personalised Customer Support that will inspire buyer and seller confidence.   No more automated computer generated replies and waiting days for replies to be answered.* Key verification systems with all seller's verified so buyers can shop with confidence.* A more developed complaints and feedback system.*  Unique new feature offering CRAZY SUNDAY AUCTIONS for massive bargains and savings.    Crazy Sunday Auctions will also be used for Charity auctions

*  All payment facilities accepted.There is no restriction to use paypal as a preferred method of payment.In the last 24 hours over 180 sellers and over 800 buyers have signed up to the site and the site has not officially been launched.Debbie Williams hopes that over 500 sellers will be listing products and more than 5000 buyers will be active on the site in the first month.Thanks and best regards,Gary Breit
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