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In case you haven’t heard, SkoreIt recently banned some of their top bidders from participating in live auctions.

Since SkoreIt! is one of the largest penny auction websites in the United States, any changes they make to their policies, promotions or product offerings rarely go unnoticed.

Their recent action against certain bidders has been met with much discussion on several penny auctions forums (PB, PAW) and other review sites, including pennyauctionsites.com.

The common thread for many of these bidders seems to be that they:

  • were fairly successful
  • may have possessed multiple accounts in the same household
    (a husband and wife, for example, each possessing their own account)
  • may have been guilty of reselling their wins

SkoreIt’s actions have been received with mixed feedback. Some bidders are happy to see the bigger fish being shut out from their SkoreIt! success. Some of the banned bidders are making the case that bans came without explanation and without good reason.

According to SkoreIt’s Terms and Conditions:

SkoreIt! reserves the right to suspend or permanently disqualify any user, at its sole discretion. Users will be suspended or disqualified when in the reasonable opinion of SkoreIt! the user has violated any laws or the rights of third parties. Users may also be suspended or disqualified to protect the rights of other users and/or to prevent manipulation or fraudulent use of SkoreIt!

SkoreIt! reserves the right to limit the number of auctions you may participate in and/or the number of successfully finished auctions at its sole discretion. Please refer to our bidding help section for additional information.

SkoreIt! reserves the right to refuse service, terminate accounts, remove or edit content at its sole discretion.

It appears that SkoreIt! has their bases covered from a legal standpoint.

That being said, we still want to hear what you think about these changes. Is SkoreIt making the right decision? Have you been affected by SkoreIt’s changes?

Please share your thoughts below.

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In case you haven’t heard, SkoreIt recently banned some of their top bidders from participating in live auctions.

Since SkoreIt! is one of the largest penny auction websites in the United States, any changes they make to their policies, promotions or product offerings rarely go unnoticed.

Their recent action against certain bidders has been met with much discussion on several penny auctions forums (PB, PAW) and other review sites, including pennyauctionsites.com.

The common thread for many of these bidders seems to be that they:

  • were fairly successful
  • may have possessed multiple accounts in the same household
    (a husband and wife, for example, each possessing their own account)
  • may have been guilty of reselling their wins

SkoreIt’s actions have been received with mixed feedback. Some bidders are happy to see the bigger fish being shut out from their SkoreIt! success. Some of the banned bidders are making the case that bans came without explanation and without good reason.

According to SkoreIt’s Terms and Conditions:

SkoreIt! reserves the right to suspend or permanently disqualify any user, at its sole discretion. Users will be suspended or disqualified when in the reasonable opinion of SkoreIt! the user has violated any laws or the rights of third parties. Users may also be suspended or disqualified to protect the rights of other users and/or to prevent manipulation or fraudulent use of SkoreIt!

SkoreIt! reserves the right to limit the number of auctions you may participate in and/or the number of successfully finished auctions at its sole discretion. Please refer to our bidding help section for additional information.

SkoreIt! reserves the right to refuse service, terminate accounts, remove or edit content at its sole discretion.

It appears that SkoreIt! has their bases covered from a legal standpoint.

That being said, we still want to hear what you think about these changes. Is SkoreIt making the right decision? Have you been affected by SkoreIt’s changes?

Please share your thoughts below.