You know the saying, “If it sounds too good to be true, then run away as fast as you can.” If a Moroccan Prince emails you out of the blue and says he is holding millions of dollars in escrow for you, then you probably should click that “delete email” button as fast as you can. The same goes for grand promises made by money managers and fly-by-night investment companies. If they promise to double your money in just days, then you probably are dealing with a classic pyramid scheme. What about DealDash? Is DealDash legit?
Some of our auctions really do seem too good to be true, but we also claim to be fair and honest. So what gives? Do customers really have the fair chance to win brand name merchandise for a tiny fraction of the retail price? Does DealDash deliver on the fun and savings that are promised, or is it yet another entry in a long line of things that are too good to be true?
The Time as Highest Bidder levels are one of the things bidders love about DealDash – it’s all about getting free bids! However, it’s been many years since we last took a look at how Time as Highest Bidder rewards are distributed. We at DealDash continuously listen to feedback from our customers. One of the topics we get feedback for the most is bidders wanting more free bids. Read about some changes made to the system below. These changes came into effect on Thursday 6/4/2020.
How Can I Get Free DealDash Bids?
Getting free bids on DealDash is as easy as clicking the “Claim now” button once you have gained enough time to your Time as Highest Bidder bar. There are frequent Time as Highest Bidder multiplier promotions and you can even gain personal multipliers for completing challenges on DealDash.
Today, DealDash has made an important announcement, buying a full page ad in both the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. You will find the transcript of the ad below. If you have a business with sitting inventory and this affects you, please reach out to us by phone or email [email protected] Read more about the liquidation from Yahoo.com.
Right now, most of the world is staying inside because of COVID-19. Businesses everywhere are shutting their doors for the next few weeks. Perhaps you are prepared. You bought your comfort food, found toilet paper, helped fight against COVID-19, and have your family tucked comfortably away at home. Great, but now what? Most Americans are used to living lives on the go; running to work, grabbing lunch with friends, or going to the mall with the kids. Now, those options are off the table and the struggle to keep from being bored begins. Our tablets and computers help, but what do you do when you get bored on the internet? Never fear, you are in the right place. Keep reading to kind out some new ways that you can maintain your mental health and keep from being bored on the internet.
There’s No Place Like Home Gym
Our first tip to avoid being bored on the internet is to go to the gym. No, not that gym, stay at home! Go to a virtual gym by finding workout videos online! You can get a complete workout from the comfort of your own living room. From yoga to stretching to improvised power lifting, sites like YouTube.com will have instructional videos for free that can guide you in just about any discipline that you choose. And online stores like DealDash remain open so you can pick up any athletic gear that you may need for your home gym.
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak recently has shocked the whole world. Growing public health concerns present challenges for many families and affect businesses varyingly across the country. Today we are announcing a coronavirus charity donation to The American Red Cross taking place this Saturday. Similarly to the charity donation last October, we are donating the final sales price of all auction wins paid on Saturday 3/21/2020 to The American Red Cross(excluding car auctions). We also want to share that we expect DealDash shipments to continue unaffected. Overall, we want to continue providing fun and excitement to people staying at home and auctions will continue normally.