Auctions MUNR.com - 24 Hour Auction - $1 Start

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AussieDomainer

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Hi

Up for auction is MUNR.com

Registrar: Enom Central
Expiration Date: 14th April, 2008
Payment Method: PayPal or MoneyBookers
Auction Closes: 24 Hours from Auction Start
Opening Bid: $1
Bid Increments: $5
BIN: $500

Obviously this domain is expiring very soon so the winning bidder will need to make payment ASAP so I can push the domain quickly. The only reason I am selling this domain is because I do not have a reseller account with Enom and will therefore have to pay $30 renewal fee.

If you have any questions please PM me.
 

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I think I won the auction ?

:)
No, sorry. If you have a look at the original timestamp of when I listed this domain for sale and the timestamp of your bid you will see that you were a few minutes too late. As much as I would like to take your higher bid I need to be fair about things and sell at the terms I stated "24 hour auction"

Thanks for your bid anyway and I wish you the best in finding another bargain.
 

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What I see here on my end

Auction started : Yesterday, 08:33 AM
My bid was placed : Today, 08:32 AM

1 minut earlier than 24 hours.

can anyone else please check the time format ?
 

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Sorry, I actually got the timestamps mixed up. kamil is in fact the winning bidder at $55. I have now sent you a PM with info on payment. I apologise for any confusion I may have caused as I think I must have been looking at my "Last Online" time on my original post rather than the time it was posted and thought kamil was too late to post his bid.
 

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test

Question: When does auction start?

A. When posted?

B. When first bid received?

I thought it started when the first bid was received and 24 hours starting then...

Well the final interpretation is left with the owner, Congrats to the winner.
 
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