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  1. FC Domains

    FC Domains (104) Well-Known Member Trusted Trader

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    orr.co.uk

    It will be sold to the highest bid by Sunday lunch time.
    (That's Acorn time, before 12:00 on Sun 18th Jan 2009)

    Payment by PayPal or online bank transfer, within twelve hours.

    Starting bid should be £300, BIN £1380 inc VAT
    Bids by PM please. I'll update the current highest here.

    Please bid including VAT.
     
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    £400 from BG
     
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    £400 inc VAT is the current highest offer
     
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    Just a reminder that bidding closes here at 1200. All posts and PMs must be before then (Acorn time)
     
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    £460 filler text here filler text here ... cheers, rob
     
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    Thanks Rob

    Nice timing. I'll PM in a minute

    Colin
     
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    Today, 12:00 PM - posts before 12:

    Just a reminder that bidding closes here at 1200. All posts and PMs must be before then (Acorn time)

    11:59 is before 1200 , 12:00 is not before 12:00 ;)

    Just have to see if someone nailed it higher via PM first!
     
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    Thats fine Rob, I read the post and accept that you are the highest bidder.

    Just a silly way to have an auction in my opinion.
     
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    Thanks - I would prefer if all is 'on thread' rather than PM elements, however going by Colin's post there wasnt any so triples all round.

    Cheers,
    Rob
     
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    Good luck with it anyway. :)
     
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    Experience has shown that you have to set an exact time to end an auction and say who's clock you are using. I thought it was clear that it ended at 12:00 Acorn time. So 11:59:59 was fine and 12:00:00 was late.

    I refreshed the Acorn home page until it showed 12:00 and drew the line there. Any better suggestions?
     
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    That rings a bell :p
     
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    It might, depending on what time you set your alarm clock for :)
     
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    I suggest you give the name to me as i was still asleep, lol :p
     
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    Hi Colin,

    How about ensuring that all bids are in-thread, and stating that the winner is the highest bid at 12.00 or after 15 minutes from the last posted bid (whichever is latest).

    That would solve it?
     
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    Some people don't like their bids to be public.

    I also like it to be clear cut at a fixed time and not mess people about. That and get around to the pub.
     
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