Visualsoft’s Goofbay.com was yesterday recognised as one of the best tools to save money by the Telegraph newspaper.
The Telegraph article, titled ‘Don’t let summer spending burn a hole in your pocket – follow these tips to make your money go further’, listed Goofbay’s free auction sniper in its top 20 best ways to save money.
Goofbay, the brainchild of Visualsoft Director Tim Johnson, is one of the UK’s leading eBay resources and has over 10,000 daily users visiting the site. Every day thousands of items are listed on eBay misspelled or with badly written titles, and often expire with no bids as no-one can find them. Goofbay hunts down these eBay misspellings and bad titles and exposes these hidden eBay bargains. “It was fantastic to be recognised by such a well respected broadsheet” said Tim Johnson – who founded Goofbay in 2004.
The Telegraph article spoke highly of Goofbay, saying: “eBay is often the best place to buy equipment. However, for many people, winning the auctions can be time-consuming and as a result you wind up using the ”Buy It Now” option. But now you need never lose an auction again with Goofbay’s eBay Sniper.”
The article then continued to explain how easy the sniper was to use. It added: “Simply enter the eBay item number and your maximum bid and it will ”snipe” eBay just a few seconds before the auction ends.”
It is the second time in recent weeks that the usefulness of Goofbay has been recognised by a leading publication. As reported on this blog last month, the Market Financial listed Goofbay as one of the most useful eBay tools for buyers and sellers.
To view the Telegraph article in full click here.