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Questions about bidding history

Discussion in 'Netfleet.com.au' started by Simon Johnson, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. Simon Johnson

    Simon Johnson Membership: VIP

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    What about the final bid price?
     
  2. AnthonyP

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  3. davids

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    The issue is with your interface, if you're only viewing a singular domain's history you have it set to hide the top bid...

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  4. findtim

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    i'm confused are you asking for the top proxy? as "greater then final bid " just means to me "underbidder +$1"

    or have i got your question totally wrong?

    tim
     
  5. Drop.com.au

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    Mods, Can you move the posts about Netfleet to their section - merits a different thread.

    Thanks

    Andrew
     
  6. chris

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    No worries Andrew, done.
     
  7. AnthonyP

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    As Tim pointed out the top bid is normally $1 more than the next highest bid (unless they match exactly) and the price is displayed directly above the table on the same page.

    I am pretty sure drop do exactly the same thing.
     
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2013