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      Dubliís partner program has been introduced to help companies and charitable organizations to raise finances.

      To participate in this program, you need to spend around $199. The company will provide you with templates, which can be customized according to the needs of your organization. Whenever anybody buys Dubli credits from your website, you will earn 30 percent commission. You could check the database of the customers who bought credits through your website and the commission that you have earned through the personal back office.

      Apart from templates and personal back office, you also get access to marketing material and educational material to learn how to run your business successfully.

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      I think that presently the partner program is closed for new registrations.

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      I have heard a lot about Dubliís price protection guarantee? What is it?

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      A lot of people think that as Dubli works on reverse auction system, they could make a lot of money by keeping the starting price high. In order to dismiss this notion, Dubli has price protection guarantee according to which if a customer can find the starting bid price higher than that advertised by any other company or merchant for the same product, then Dubli will give you the difference between the two prices plus 10 percent over the difference between the two prices. This means, if the difference between the starting price of Dubli and the price at which the product is sold by another company is $10, then you will get $10 + 10/100 * $10 = $11.

      I forgot to mention that this guarantee is valid only for two weeks after purchase. So, if you find some company selling a similar product at lower rates after two weeks of purchase then you canít ask for any refund under the lowest price protection scheme.

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      I thought that this price guarantee was on the final price at which a product is sold.

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      The lowest price guarantee is not valid on products that you buy from their shopping mall.

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      Iím wondering if Dubli sells high quality products, how come the prices of goods are so low? Why would a company sell products at such cheap prices?

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      I think you are not considering the fact that every bidder uses a Dubli credit worth $0.80 whenever he or she bids. This is one of the main sources of revenues for Dubli. Also Dubli buys products at wholesale prices but lists them at retail prices, thus there is enough scope for them to make profits.

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      yeah… you’re right. There are so many bidders for any given product at a time. So, they could make enough money through placed bids.

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      Originally Posted by Maria_wand View Post
      A lot of people think that as Dubli works on reverse auction system, they could make a lot of money by keeping the starting price high. In order to dismiss this notion, Dubli has price protection guarantee according to which if a customer can find the starting bid price higher than that advertised by any other company or merchant for the same product, then Dubli will give you the difference between the two prices plus 10 percent over the difference between the two prices. This means, if the difference between the starting price of Dubli and the price at which the product is sold by another company is $10, then you will get $10 + 10/100 * $10 = $11.

      I forgot to mention that this guarantee is valid only for two weeks after purchase. So, if you find some company selling a similar product at lower rates after two weeks of purchase then you can’t ask for any refund under the lowest price protection scheme.
      This is just a trick to be honest. Because they work using a reverse auction format, their final sale prices are so low that any such refund would be minimal. Sites of this sort should be considered gambling sites, and not a sourcing opportunity.

      One also has to wonder who regulates them. How can you know that there aren't people internally, or hired externally, bidding on auctions to increase the company's revenues?

      Our opinion: avoid at all costs.

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