Terms and Conditions, and why you should read them

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When setting up accounts on various sites, we tend to just click through the registration screens, never bothering to read the fine print. Then, we only have ourselves to blame when we unwittingly run astray of regulations we really should have read in the first place. With this in mind, let me cite a few of the rules specified in Wellbid’s Terms and Conditions – rules that strike me as important and that I, myself, was initially not aware of.

I strongly encourage you to peruse Wellbid’s Terms and Conditions.

1. When creating an account, you must enter valid information, as you may be asked to authenticate it at any time. Happiness from a won auction will be short-lived for minors (as only legal adults can participate) and for people who provided fictitious personal data.

2. It’s important to remember that users of “related accounts” may never take part in the same auction. If it turns out that two bidders in the same auction share the billing address or use the same computer, both accounts may be suspended. The thought of colluding with another user must have crossed many a mind, but the truth is bound to come out sooner or later.

3. Before you start bidding, you need to be aware of the standing win limits. You can win up to 5 item auctions a month. The other limit applies to BIDs – you can only win one pack every 24 hours.

28.02.2015_MF4. From a user’s perspective, it is worth noting that a won item can be exchanged for BIDs. This option allows you to accumulate quite a significant amount of BIDs, necessary to compete for other items listed for sale.

This is just a small portion of the rules found in the Terms and Conditions. There is so much more a lot of users have no idea about. It is really crucial to familiarize yourself with all the particulars. And, after reading the Help and FAQ pages and bidding on a few Auctions, you can review them again, with a much better understanding.

I strongly encourage you to peruse Wellbid’s Terms and Conditions – you will undoubtedly find a lot of really useful information there.


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