Westmount, Quebec Canada (PressExposure) August 24, 2011 -- To provide members with an even more exciting auction experience, Beezid.com has just announced a new auction item, in which users will be able to bid on auctions called Lock-breakers that eliminate the locks placed on certain types of auctions after users have achieved the maximum number of auction wins within one or more categories in any 28-day period.
At Beezid, auction wins are limited to a total of 13 within a 28-day period. There are four lock categories that certain items are placed into, and users can win only the specified amount of items in that category. With Lock-breaker auctions, users will be able to reset their auction limits, and have the ability to win items within currently locked categories. This will allow users to bid on more big-ticket items, or on the items that they are most interested in winning.
"From the very beginning, our mandate has been to listen to our customers, and provide them with the experience that they want to have," said Max Bohbot, CEO of Beezid. "Many of our users have asked for this type of functionality, and we're very pleased to be able to provide them with the means to expand their auction wins, and compete at a higher level with the ability to secure those products they want the most within a more expedient time frame."
Beginning on August 16th, 2011, members of Beezid.com will have the ability to start bidding on Lock-breaker auctions. In order to bid on Lock-breaker auctions, members will have to meet certain criteria, which will be available in the Product Details section of each auction.
"The last few months have been beyond electrifying at Beezid. We have added some really great incentives and opportunities for our users, and they have been responding very positively," Bohbot went on to say. "With the many different programs we currently have running, and the amazing products that we have up for auction that are being purchased at an average of 94% off the retail price, there has never been a better time to be a member of Beezid."