Misspelled auctions on eBay

Sun October 16, 2005 at 20:27 | Posted in Curiosity, Trick, website | 3 Comments

Everybody makes mistakes.

But if an eBay seller misspells the name of the item he wants to sell, it will be very difficult to get some offers.

But now this site can help.

Just enter the correct word (Nokia, Disney etc) and it will search eBay for items on sale that have misspelled names of what you inserted (Mokia, okia, nikia etc).

So the seller will get some offers, and you will get the item at a very cheap price!

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  1. Here is a Huge list of sites that offer a misspell search: http://www.misspellpro.com/listofsites.htm

  2. Add to the list of misspelled search sites http://www.auctionoops.com. They are unique in that they already categorized over 150 Brands and Product types to search on. It helps if you are a bargain hunter.

  3. Personally i use http://www.typobay.com and it ususaly yields more results .


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