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October 18th, 1999

[3:30 PM] Track Auctions At Popular Auction Sites With Auctioneer Pro

MBM Designs has released Auctioneer Pro for the Mac. Auctioneer Pro will surf the most popular auction sites and track items in which you are interested. According to MBM Designs:

Auctioneer Pro is a powerful application that tracks online auctions from the top three sites: Amazon, eBay, and Yahoo.  It tracks both buy and sell auctions and allows the users to record contact, payment, and shipping information after the auction closes (you can also track shipments online automatically).  A free 30 day demo is available immediately.

The demo is free while the full version is priced at US$24.99. You can find more information on the product at the company's web site.

Auctioneer Pro

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