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Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids
Posted by Mark on 2001-08-21 19:37:51
In reply to Lori Enos
Look's like Ubid feels it can do this to anybody!
They did a simular thing to a group this month.
We have joined together to fight and there may be another lawsuit coming at Ubid.com.
This is the board we have started to tell our story and exchange information.http://www.mshepherd.co.uk/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids  Lori Enos  2001-08-11 06:23:26
uBid = uBad  BillD  2005-10-13 17:39:26
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids  jeffp_north  2002-01-09 02:03:15
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids  P Young  2001-12-31 13:29:33
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids  Mark  2001-08-21 19:37:51
Re: uBid Sued After Canceling Winning Bids  James  2001-12-27 16:29:59
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