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Everyday 1000's upon 1000's of item's are misspelled on eBay everyday. Most if not all of these items end with no bid's. Until now no one could find these misspelled items to place a bid so the auctions end at the starting price with no bidders. We have created several tools both online and offline to find these hidden gems. Our misspell search engines and software are fine tuned to locate these items, the search technology developed by our staff remains as one of the leaders in the misspell search technology.
A little about our search technology:
* Our search engine have more options than any other search engines in the industry.
* This means more accurate returns on the misspell search results.
* No waiting, no downtime. Our search engines are located on several different servers on the west and east coast of the United States. In other words we are always online.
If you need more Proof here are a few sample searches:Search eBay for Misspelled versions of:
Some common misspelled words on eBay are popular name brands such as: Tommy, Eddie Bauer, Liz Claiborne, Gap, Dockers, Apple, Vaio, Dell, or HP, Abercrombie, aeropostale, Items such as: Cordless, Laptop, iPod, motherboard, silver plate and much more.
If they can misspell it, we can find it on eBay and the world wide web.
There are two sides for the reason behind the misspelled words at eBay and the web in general.
1) The first being from the seller . . .
Many sellers misspell words either by accident or because they don't know the true spelling. This can be the reason for low traffic and or no sale. But beware a few have caught on and use this little trick to draw you to their auctions. That is why we can remove the original words from appearing in the search if you choose this option. In fact, many Powersellers and experienced sellers will use this strategy to pick up products from the new or inexperienced sellers and resale the item for a profit. Our search makes this possible.
2) The real benefit will be as a buyer . . .
If you make a habit of searching for misspelled auctions you will be surprised at how many deals you will be able to pick up. Labtop comuters (Laptop Computers) for under $200, Corldess (Cordless) drills for under $9 ( I am talking Dewalt, Makita, Craftsman etc. ). Dimond (Diamond) rings for under $20. Pyaystaiton (Playstation) Systems under $50. The list goes on and on.
eBay has a feature to check your spelling but like almost anything, not to many people use it. Many of the Powersellers will list with third party software that doesn't offer a spell checker. This is also in your benefit, many of the deals will we have found surprisingly, come from powersellers or new users.
Our System works on the following:
eBay US, eBay United Kingdom, eBay Canada, eBay Australia, eBay India, eBay Spain, eBay Italy, eBay Ireland, eBay New Zealand, eBay Germany, Google, Dogpile, Froogle, Gunbroker, Ubid and other places.
* No more shipping supplies to buy! You buy misspelled items, they are shipped to your house in boxes with packaging....do you know where I'm going with this? YOU NEVER HAVE TO PAY FOR SHIPPING SUPPLIES!!! As soon as the item gets to your house, you open it, inspect it, close it and re-label it!
* Job Security! With literally thousands of items per day being misspelled and listed even if 1,000 people were doing this you would still never run out of products! eBay does not have a spell checker.
* Low Investment! try one item at a time if you want buy something for $12 and re-sell it in days for $24 (happening all the time)
Remember you do not need to download the software to use this system !!!
It is just a free bonus at NINbay!!!
I have made the tools available online for use at anytime !!!
That means our system will work with ANY operating system.
See what the experts are saying about eBay misspellings:
"Look for misspellings! Many famous designers have hard-to-spell names. By searching eBay for a misspelling, you may get a great deal!" Dummies.com "The New York Times reported this week that there are many items listed on the auction site that sell for much less than they are really worth because the sellers don't check their listing's spelling before they post." NY Times "Did you know that on eBay you can probably pick up a labtop pretty cheap? How about getting some dimonds for a great price? These and many other items can be yours if you have a list of commonly misspelled.." Geek.com
"...... one of the most complete misspell search engines of it's type for finding typo's and misspelled items on eBay and the web" Best Web Auctions
Additional Questions you may have:
You may be saying to yourself "Well I can go on eBay and find misspelled items myself why should I use this?" The answer is simple...the process we use returns hundreds maybe thousands of misspellings in seconds! If you tried to do it manually by yourself you might be lucky to find a handful of items and it would take you hours!
What if eBay starts using a spell checker?
eBay has already made it clear they will not be adding a spell checker to their system.
What set's this apart from other eBay programs for making money?
I gave you a Six real, working examples that you can use right now to find bargains (for yourself or to resell on eBay) Camera, Playstation, Camcorder, Diamond, Abercrombie & Computer. Wouldn't you like to be able to do that all day long ? Buying items at deep discount for yourself and or reselling them for huge profits? Honestly, unless you already know how to do it, you'd be a fool not to buy this information. Regardless if you buy the information or not, I'll still use these tools to make good money. No reason you can't also.
Is there anything else I'll need to buy?
Absolutely not! You can use the Miss-Spell Search as much as you want, anytime you feel like.