Auctiva give customers the hard sell, didn't really mean to
Auctiva is a site for hardcore eBay power users; it produces management software and tools so you can sell more items and spend less time listing them - templates, listing software, image hosting and so on. But how good are Auctiva at selling themselves?
Of course it's no surprise whatsoever that companies will try anything to force us into a sale, but most aren't stupid enough to tell the consumer. Bitterwallet reader Guy Gibson received an email from Auctiva at the weekend:
"An hour and a half later they sent the same email again, but this time with the subject line "Time is running out". Looks like someone dropped a bollock and sent the test out to all of their customers. Whoops."
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