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  • quebeccentre quebeccentre Jun 8, 2004 8:16 AM Flag

    THE BUYING AND SELLING PROCESS

    THE BUYING AND SELLING PROCESS for TFCT

    Once you register, you will have a secure account from which you may post items on prizeWise that you wish to sell - just like eBay. Suppose you have a 2002 Honda Civic you could sell on eBay for $10,000. You may post it on prizeWise for up to 175% of market value, so you post this car on prizeWise for $17,500. Other users attempt to win your car by entering their tickets in your Civic sweepstakes, which they have received with coupons they purchased or by writing in for a free game piece. Each ticket represents one dollar on the item. Once 17,500 tickets have been entered on your item, the sweepstakes closes, a winning ticket is randomly selected, and the winner is notified. The sweepstakes winner gets your car, and you the get the $17,500 (less our commission, donation, and transaction fees, totaling 17%). After applicable fees, you would receive $14,525 for your car, a full 45% more than eBay

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      THE BUYING AND SELLING PROCESS for TFCT

      Once you register, you will have a secure account from which you may post items on prizeWise that you wish to sell - just like eBay. Suppose you have a 2002 Honda Civic you could sell on eBay for $10,000. You may post it on prizeWise for up to 175% of market value, so you post this car on prizeWise for $17,500. Other users attempt to win your car by entering their tickets in your Civic sweepstakes, which they have received with coupons they purchased or by writing in for a free game piece. Each ticket represents one dollar on the item. Once 17,500 tickets have been entered on your item, the sweepstakes closes, a winning ticket is randomly selected, and the winner is notified. The sweepstakes winner gets your car, and you the get the $17,500 (less our commission, donation, and transaction fees, totaling 17%). After applicable fees, you would receive $14,525 for your car, a full 45% more than eBay

    • And that could take 2 years to get that many tickets sold I would estimate.

 
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