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What's the 'Big Deal' About Online Auctions?

Why Are We Hearing so Much About Them?

GRANTS PASS, Ore., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Big Deal" is an industry that exceeds $40 Billion in annualized gross sales. According to Forrester Research, this industry is expected to exceed $54 Billion in 2007 or 25% of the total online retail sales.

Right now the market is in the middle of the biggest organized Boycott of an online auction company ever. Sellers and Buyers alike are boycotting eBay with "NO LISTING DAYS" from February 18 through Flag Day February 24 {see (, ) and (, )}

Unheard of in the online auction industry is's "Big Deal -- $8 for 8 Years Guaranteed" -- pay a flat monthly membership fee to list as many items as you want without fear of ever being charged a final value fee.

Put your "NO LISTING DAYS" to good use and avoid listing and final value fees forever by becoming one of the First Million Verified Member/Sellers to join

It's not enough to simply offer a cheaper alternative to the current online auction giant. With so much skepticism and uncertainty buyers and sellers are looking for guarantees before they take that leap of faith.

All the features of are included in the monthly membership fee of $8 -- Web site linking, unlimited listings, private O-mail account, true competitive bidding, and automatic re-listing.

"In order to generate true competition in the world of online auctions it takes more than low fees," says Founder and CEO Chris Fain. "The competitor must stay focused on one vision and one vision only -- creating a premium online auction experience."

This press release has been submitted on behalf of .

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