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Auction Sniper Expert Reveals eBay Bidding Secrets in Wide-Ranging Interview on Talk Radio One

(December 1, 2012) Summary: eSnipe CEO Blows the Lid Off of Bidding for Collectible Figurines, Electronics Bargains in Marc Germain Interview on Talk Radio One. Full podcast available free on Talk Radio One site.

How to Lose 78,000 Auctions on eBay and Still Get Rich

(August 9, 2011) Summary: Previously unrevealed numbers reveal the strange and unpredictable world of eBay power buyers, who spend millions on eBay and intentionally lose thousands of auctions.

Auction Sniper Commits eBay Judo: Improved Bid Group Feature Targets Win, Cancels Remaining Auction Bids

(April 27, 2011) Summary: Patent-pending bid group features shows how to multiply eBay bargain-getting power

Auction Sniper Site Goes Mobile, eBay Buyers Save Money

(January 5, 2010) Summary: Auction Sniper firm eSnipe rolls out mobile Web Version of SnipeIt!, allowing users to save money on eBay using iPhone, Blackberry, Droid, or Palm Pre.

eSnipe to Stop Accepting Mailed-In Payments as of July 15, 2009

(June 15, 2009) Summary: eSnipe will stop accepting checks and money orders as of July 15, 2009. Only electronic forms of payment will be accepted after that time.

eSnipe Stumbles Into Late 20th Century, One Gun Almost Blazing

Bellevue, WA - May 15, 2009 - Leading auction services provider eSnipe, Inc. (www.eSnipe.com), a fixture in the eBay auction world since 1999, has finally made a gingerly foray into the social media world using late 20th century technology: a blog, found at http://www.EasyOnMe.com/blog.

Auction-Bidding Service Offers "Stimulus Package" for eBay Bidders

(November 11, 2008) Summary: eSnipe is having  a rare sale on BidPoints to help you stretch your holiday buying dollars as much as possible. The sale starts on November 15, 2008 and ends 11:59pm on December 1, 2008. Take advantage of it now. Not only does eSnipe seldom do these kind of things, we're even worse at promoting them!