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      Has anyone used Bidville before? Any reviews?

      Hey all. I currently have an eBay store up and running, but the fees are starting to get to me. Iíve heard that Bidville is eBayís biggest competitor. Is this true? Is Bidville a good place for me to start up another online store? Thanks in advance for your help.
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      Bidville also known as uBid was created in 1997. Bidville, without a doubt has many reasons for sellers to set up shop with them.
      There are over 5 million users, so it is pretty widely used.

      Bidville does not charge any listing fees. This is good for potential buyers because the sellers can start their auctions off as low as they desire (many start at 1 cent or 1 dollar).

      However, once an auction closes, Bidville does apply reasonable fees.

      Bidville allows you to post two free photos, this enables potential customers to get a better look at your item.

      Bidville is known for its good customer service and its many different options for communication.

      Bidville has several message boards including:

      - Shameless Plugs: A place to promote and market items that you have listed.
      - Bidville Cafť: Where you can get to know other members and introduce yourself.
      - A general message board
      - A wanted section
      - A place to post questions: There is a section to ask other users questions along with a place to ask the staff of Bidville.
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      I would stick with eBay. eBay is universal and known everywhere, and way easier to use. eBay has higher quantity and quality. Maybe in the future bidville/ubid will be the prominent marketplace, but for right now, eBay is still the best option.

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      Bidville is actually very easy to use. It is also extremely easy to set-up. I see no problem with using Bidville.

      Especially since they have sold over 2 billion in products and items since they started.

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      What forms of payment do they accept?

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      Bidville accepts credit and debit cards, the usual Visa, Mastercard, Discover and AmEx.

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