Originally Posted by Chuck S
Bids are incremented as assigned by there amount. Yes .25 cents is the lowest increment.
ok here is the example
1.auction started at 0,-
2.USERnr.1 place first bid 100,- but it is showing 0,25 (also in history)
3.USERnr.2 place bid 500,- - it is showing 110
4.USERnr.2 place bid 999,- .... nothing happend
5.USERnr.1 place bid 8000,-....showing highest bid at 1024,- (1025+999???)
6.USERnr.2 place bid 5000,-.... showing (you have been outbid) and 5025,-
7.USERnr.2 place bid 6000,-.... showing (you....outbid) and 6025,-
8.USERnr.2 place bid 9000,-.... showing 8025,-
Now I got it! I would expect that auciton always show the highest bid, until you have some sort of agent that will track your "secret" highest bid and will outbid anybody else until it reaches your "highest secret amount"
It looks like this agent is default option here, which is short end for seller...
1. What wiil happen at the end of auction? Will seller get 9000,- or 8025,- (i assume 8025,-)
2. Is there any way to turn of this "agent" service? or have it customized by buyer?
3. How or where to change increments? My currency has more zeros than USD .-)
4. I do not really use any auctions, that is why I have all these questions...
I am thinking about increments, because you might want to sell something for few hundreds or few thousands like 200k and would prefer bigger scale for increments (I expect you have at least two levels 0,25 and 25 - havent tried more options really).