Where can I learn about paying to bid? (Answer: FAQ)
Thread poster: takanohana
takanohana
United States
Local time: 18:34
Japanese to English
Jul 17, 2002

Where can I find the information describing the bidding system. I couldnt submit a bid because I didn\'t specify a method of payment for the bid.

Also, another bid could not be submitted because the \"bid was out the range\". However the message said the range \"must be .....\" and that was specifically my rate range.

Confused about this site, to say the least.


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 00:34
English to German
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Tayfun is right - check out the FAQs Jul 18, 2002

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On 2002-07-17 21:59, takanohana wrote:

Also, another bid could not be submitted because the \"bid was out the range\". However the message said the range \"must be .....\" and that was specifically my rate range.

Confused about this site, to say the least.



FAQ 7 explains how rates work - if you think your price was within the range specified, check whether you set the correct currency. If it still doesn\'t work, submit a Support Request.

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Where can I learn about paying to bid? (Answer: FAQ)

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