Complaint: Deal Dash, Inc. (DD) is an internet gambling site that is disguised as an ‘auction’. It is deviously rigged to confuse the participant into thinking he will buy an item far below the purchase price by bidding against other participants. You buy bids in advance and use them to ‘buy’ merchandise by being ‘lucky’ and winning the product. This is gambling in a pure sense but the game is ‘salted’ with tricks to seperate you from your cash. DD has several ‘tools’ to help you win your prize. The older one is where you can look up the prize history and see how much it ‘sold’ for in previous auctions on DD. What happens here is that DD will purposely find a rediculously low selling price of an actual item that slipped through without others bidding and raising the price. In my case, I bid on a $500 Sears store gift card as the ‘guide price’ paid was a fantastic $9.31! I bid until I had passed the $500 price of the card and had to stop bidding. The card sold for the ‘low?’ price of $320.80. Wait! The person who actually outlasted the others most likely kept bidding and might have actually paid $1000 for the card. Yes, it happens all the time; people just want to win and are angry at other bidders. DD’s game is very clever and organized and you will not ‘win’. I simply can’t believe the 48 states it operates in allow such organized gambling crime. If you still want to gamble online, spend an hour to completely read all information posted about their ‘game’. You will still lose your money but will be educated as to why. In my case, I was bidding against 99 players and many had been playing at DD for many years and knew the tricks. Caution: You may think you are winning and then all of a sudden a hidden player will appear that has much more money than you and sweep the item away. Clever, huh?
Tags: Internet Fraud
Address: Nationwide USA