Hi I am a bit disgusted. I had a high end item up for auction-- a jcrew leather bag. There was alot of bidding activity and it just ended. The bidder that won bid the same amount 96.50, eleven times in a row. I am happy with the price, but it seems like the person that bid 95.50 should get it. How can they keep bidding and bidding and bidding the same amount over and over and lock everyone else out like that? I looked at her page and she is probably just going to post it for sale again. I underpriced it quite a bit I am finding out, but learned my lesson. Can I possibly let the 95.50 bid have the item? It just seems like the right thing to do. What is with the mulitple bids in the same amount? It seems like they should not be able to win that way. Can I say "NO you cant have it???!! Are there rules against this multiple times same amount bidding??? There should be
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