Auction domains — myth or reality?

Hi all.
The day before yesterday I decided to buy a domain, he is "Garant-Park-Internet" worth at the auction. Believe me, no one in their right mind for your business and for yourself, that name will buy it. It really is left on all sides where you look, nothing to tie. Well, the starting price corresponding to 100 rubles, when TCI = 0.
And so, in the morning, 13 hours before the end of the auction, it appears that this domain is still someone needed. I am inclined to think that it's a bot. According to the rules of the auction, if the last 5 minutes someone made a bid, the auction is extended. And I'm inclined to think that this bot will bet. And in 3 minutes, and 2, and so on to drive up the price.
Does anyone know, are these bad people with cunning W... th some hell with the screw? It's robbery, in other words it is not called.

PS. 500 rubles is the maximum that I can bring myself to spend, they are wood.

ZZY. The question is not what they are bad, but is it possible for them to find legal Council?
October 8th 19 at 03:41
5 answers
October 8th 19 at 03:43
Leave your bet in $ 100.
The bot will deliver higher than your rate.
One of two things:
1. the bot will refuse to actually buy the domain will go second in the auction.
2. the bot will buy and then will offer to buy you. Here the question of a recoupment of the costs of the bot and at what rate you will agree to buy up the domain after.

Maybe the cost of the domain for a small bot -> likely to be the second option, and if not the price is the same auction will be a year with the same result.
October 8th 19 at 03:45
"... I
inclined to believe that it
their bot. "
Well, first, You originally wrote that no sane person would buy that domain.
No offense, but You yourself decided to buy a domain?

Secondly, following from the first, it can be assumed that someone is also interested.

"And I'm inclined to believe that
this bot will bet.
And in 3 minutes, and 2, and so on, to
to drive up the price."

But to see the behavior of "bot"?
Make a few bets, and look for a reaction.

PS — I do not like sloppy and domain must if You are willing to pay up to 500 rubles
Domain really ugly, I'm telling You, I have the name exactly the same :) So I can not be attributed to sensible, I had no choice :) - willow_Reichert31 commented on October 8th 19 at 03:48
In pursuit, anticipating a thesis on the prevalence of surnames — I'm in the Internet for my entire adult life met 2 times. The first time it was my second — what a footballer from Uzbekistan. Was looking very tight. - willow_Reichert31 commented on October 8th 19 at 03:51
October 8th 19 at 03:47
100% Scam under the cover of hosting, etc.
October 8th 19 at 03:49
Wait, they will call You :) but in General, nobody will buy the domain (I mean auctions for resale), if it is not a potential buyer, or even better 2 or 3 because somebody took it, not that it is zero apparently. And then there is the possibility that this domain doesn't belong to them, they just hope his "chapati" before You as soon as it becomes available. In juice owner who?
The owner is hidden, there is only form kontakt_admin.html :) - willow_Reichert31 commented on October 8th 19 at 03:52
October 8th 19 at 03:51
Told about his misadventures.
Sorry, moved - willow_Reichert31 commented on October 8th 19 at 03:54

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