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Sellers using PriceGrabber Storefronts get the same exposure as bigger merchants to the millions of customers drawn to the PriceGrabber comparison shopping site. A straightforward process guides sellers in listing new, refurbished or used products as available for sale. There are no up-front listing fees for sellers, who pay a commission only after a product is sold.
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eBay is the world's largest personal online trading community. At eBay individuals buy and sell items in thousands of categories, including collectibles, antiques, sports memorabilia, computers, toys, Beanie Babies, dolls, figures, coins, stamps, books, magazines, music, pottery, glass, photography, electronics, jewelry, gemstones, and much more. There are millions new auctions including tons of new items every day.
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uBid is a premier e-commerce site where customers can set the price on thousands of brand name products. They have a continuously evolving inventory of over 3,000 products and are constantly expanding the number of categories and products offered.
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Swoopo.com is a site where they auction off all kinds of products to consumers, with computers, electronics and video games being the most popular. Items are brand-new and often sell for far below retail, but the trick is that it costs money for each bid made and all bidders pay the fees for their bids whether they end up winning the auction or not. They call it "Entertainment Shopping," but since the total cost of all the bids ends up being much more expensive than the winning price, it sounds a lot like gambling. If you are lucky enough to swoop in at the end and win an item for really cheap with just a few bids, you get a great deal. On the other hand if you make a large number of bids on an item you don't win, you'll have spent a bunch of money for nothing.