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While an item on ebay is up for auction, what does it mean when the number of bids increases but the high bid remains the same?

Does it mean that the high bidder is increasing his maximum bid?

It's the only explanantion I can come up with.

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Makes sense.

eBay has so mucked up & complicated their rules & procedures, it makes me reluctant to sell anymore.

The entire no negative buyer feedback thing is the stupidist, most transparent grab for dollars I've seen, and requiring PayPal exclusively is right behind that.

I just opened a specific bank account to tie to PayPal, but I still haven't registered w/ PP yet. I have all sorts of stuff to sell clogging up my basement, too.

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While an item on ebay is up for auction, what does it mean when the number of bids increases but the high bid remains the same?

Does it mean that the high bidder is increasing his maximum bid?

It's the only explanantion I can come up with.

Yes, that's exactly it.

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