Bing caught offering "negative cashback"

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#1

I just posted the article Bing caught offering “negative cashback”.

One of Bing’s most touted features is its ability to direct Web searchers towards relevant shopping results, but a competitor says consumers are unknowingly getting stiffed.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/bing-caught-offering-negative-cashback-22653/](http://www.myce.com/news/bing-caught-offering-negative-cashback-22653/)

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#2

It’s one of the most screwed up systems (although they promise fixing a few issues). You should be blaming Microsoft. Try it out (as a merchant). This is the old Jellyfish platform modified. I’m not binging Bing, just the cashback interface.
Horrible. In comparison to Google Froogle/Base and I remember when that was just starting too. I’m actually shocked as I would expect a lot more from MS.

**good article though. Just blame MS. The tracking code is theirs.


#3

Anytime I see anything with bing on it I remove it from my computer. Had them on my windows live send me a email trying to sell me something I just logged as junk. If it says microsoft it means rob the little people.


#4

I’m surprised that people are still using Bing. Try researching any given topic on Bing, then make the same search on Amazon. Nuf said.