BidCactus is Now Beezid?

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We recently received a user-submitted review about BidCactus which basically which started, This is the email I got from them today. Subject line was ‘This Is The Last Email We’ll Ever Send You’. Looks like I’m out the money I spent and will never receive the items I won.’

The review of BidCactus goes on to quote the entire email from BidCactus which was essentially a sales letter designed to convert ripped-off BidCactus customers into Beezid customers. There is no mention of correcting other problems such as shipping won auction items which are delinquent.

We immediately headed over to and saw this:

BidCactus is now Beezid

To be honest we’re not completely surprised that BidCactus called it quits. We’ve had a number of BidCactus is a scam complaints lately.With unsuccessful attempts to contact BidCactus, we assumed that things were going down hill quickly.

We are surprised that a penny auction with the fairly good reputation that Beezid has is getting involved is such a cheesy promotion which is, quite honestly, a slap in the face to BidCactus bidders who are owed product. If you look at the above promotion, it is clear that Beezid is going to honor all of BidCactus’s bids. What we want to know if whether they are also going to fulfill the countless orders which were never shipped.

Have you been bidding on BidCactus lately? Please fill us in on whether BidCactus is settling all debts or whether this is simply one last way for BidCactus to earn a buck on their way out of the penny auction industry.

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  1. Cindy Carter February 6, 2015 at 10:15 am - Reply

    Just an update for your site, NO! BidCactus did not fulfill it’s obligation of sending auction wins to it’s customers. I am owed thousands of dollars worth of auction wins. I had hoped someone would initiate a class action lawsuit against the owner so that at least a percentage of what is owed would be paid out. He actually should be prosecuted because he is in violation of many laws, wire fraud being one of the largest.

  2. Christal Campbell January 9, 2017 at 1:11 am - Reply

    BI’d Cacuts did not honor there obligation to fulfill auction wins. I was lied to that my items were coming and nothing was ever done. I wish they could be sued for the thousands of dollars of merchandise I was owed.

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