BargainChecker.com Offers eBay misspellings and eBay Typos Search For
Online Shoppers This Holiday Season
With reports that an increasing number of people will be shopping online this holiday season,
online shoppers need to find creative ways to get the products they want. eBay typos are a unique
way to do just that. BargainChecker.com provides a free eBay misspellings search tool that
allows users to find popular items and acquire them at bargain prices.
(PRWEB) November 10, 2009 -- BargainChecker.com, a free, certified “eBay Compatible Application,”
announces that its eBay misspellings search will serve as a useful tool for the predicted boom of online shoppers
this holiday season. Among other findings, a recent report by eBay Advertising found that one-third of shoppers
will shop more on the Web this year than in 2008. BargainChecker.com’s eBay misspellings tool is a great
resource for the increased number of buyers searching eBay auctions for coveted holiday gifts.
“BargainChecker’s eBay misspellings tool allows holiday shoppers to have a unique advantage over other online
shoppers. eBay’s standard search does not display misspelt items, meaning they are often not found, have no bids
and can be purchased for bargain prices! By searching eBay typos, people can not only get the gifts desired by
those on their holiday shopping lists, but can save substantial amounts of money by doing so” says Alan Roberts
Certified by eBay as an “eBay Compatible Application,” BargainChecker is approved for use with the eBay
platform. Thousands of items listed on eBay go unsold or at bargain prices due to mistyped or misspelled listings.
BargainChecker’s search tool finds the eBay misspellings, eBay typos and the misspelled variations of the
bargains shoppers are looking for. eBay misspelled terms often include popular brand names such as Nintendo,
PlayStation and Abercrombie and Fitch, among others. Armed with this information and a unique platform with
which to search such misspellings, holiday shop