The best deals are hiding on eBay right now and they’re just waiting for you to snatch them up! Sound a little dramatic? OK, maybe a little! However, if you’re searching for something specific that may cost a little more than you really want to spend, why not check on eBay for those listings that often go unnoticed. Why do they go unnoticed? Important misspelled words in the auction’s title!
That’s right–sellers on eBay often misspell an important word, like the MOST important word, in the title of their auction. Such as the brand name of the item their selling. Find it hard to believe? It happens all the time!
How do you take advantage of the poor seller’s mistake? There’s a simple program located on Missing-Auctions.com that finds auctions with misspellings for any item you want to search for.
This is a great program for anyone that’s looking to find a deal on eBay–even a greater deal than they could find otherwise. It’s also a cool tool for anyone that buys and resells items on eBay.
I wrote a post a little while back on arbitrage titled, “Buy Low Sell High: The Practice Of Arbitrage To Earn Extra Cash From Home”. Missing-auctions.com is a valuable website that can help people find deals on items that they can buy for a great price, then resell them on eBay–only this time, the items will be listed with no misspellings!
Go ahead and try the Missing-Auctions website. However, if you don’t have an eBay account yet, register for free at eBay here,
then go to Missing-Auctions.com and type the correct spelling of the word into the search box and see what you come up with.
You never know; you could find exactly what you’re looking for at an insane price to either keep for yourself, or to start a new eBay arbitrage business!
For fun, check out these popular brand names (highly searched on eBay) misspelled in the eBay auctions below:
NINTENDO MISSPELLED EBAY AUCTIONS
PLAYSTATION MISSPELLED EBAY AUCTIONS
SAMSUNG MISSPELLED EBAY AUCTIONS