On 20/10/2010 06:34, Bob Meetin wrote: > n mind, my client decided to do the auction (last week) mostly because > she decided that it would make the service potentially more valuable > if she ever sells it. She now owns it. The one funky flaw in how the > auction works is that Sedo extended the bidding time once or several > times (10 minute intervals) after the posted closing time, which seems > odd, unless of course they have that documented in their policies. > Also to note, client paid several times less than in th I've never been to a real life auction where the auctioneer closed the sale at a preset time. Most auctions continue until there is noone bidding up the price. It's e-bay that's odd. Adelle.