It's not really an auction as you are bidding against their own site's computer. It automatically bids up and adds time at the end of the auction even if you are the only one bidding so as to get their reserve price. Why don't they just tell the minimum price needed than having the "auction" over and over until their price is met?
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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