When did penny auctions end?

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They haven't. The auction never ends! They make you believe that you've won the item that you are bidding on, then they reset the clock on you! Check out all the stories about this scam on the link that I've included. Join and fight back!

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What is the best penny auction site?

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Where can one bid on auctions other than eBay?

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