Main Page Misspell Search & Typo Tool Bar. Updated -April 11th 2005

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Exclude a word & High / Low Bid Search

Our software is Rated 5 out of 5 at Bestwebauctions Misspell Search ToolBar 10.00


Get the benefits of our Misspell Search and our eBay Typo's finder right from your web browser.
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  1. Search Box ( enter you favorite items in here )
  2. Click this button and your request will be sent
    to our server configured, then sent to eBay.
  3. Pick the eBay of your choice for searching.
    eBay USA, eBay Canada, eBay United Kingdom, eBay Australia and eBay India.
  4. Exclude Words check this box and enter in the words you do not want included in the search.
  5. This is a great feature offered by search by the number of bids, if you select 0,0 the search bar will look for items
    with zero bids.
  6. This is the help & uninstall menu + access to many online free tools. The complete online eBay misspell search for misspelled eBay items and auctions.

eBay generates over a billion page views a DAY. Of the tens of millions of items for sale on eBay at any given time, how many misspelled item names prevent the auction from showing up in a search? The correct answer is thousands. let's you search for items that are misspelled. Enter in your item name, hit the Search button, and generates a link that you click based on dozens of variations of your search term. Click the link and instantly eBay gives you all the active auctions for those items that are misspelled by the sellers. You should be able to pick up some real bargains with no one else bidding against you. Just remember thousands of items on eBay are listed with misspelled descriptions, items, item names, from a single word to multiple words. These items often expire with no bids on them as no-one can find them. Use our search to uncover those hidden gems..


This website was last updated on: Tuesday 26th of September 2006