Auction Lotwatch launches fifteenth free auction tool

June 18, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Leeds, Yorkshire — UK based auction tools provider Auction Lotwatch announced this week the beta release of its fifteenth free auction tool - A new tool designed to work specifically with over ten eBay sites it aims to put last minute, zero-bid auction lots at the fingertips of auction buyers worldwide.

Auction Lotwatch, who have been offering free auction software for over six years, have also responded to users requests by adding additional eBay sites to a range of tools that it currently provides.

Explaining the new developments Auction Lotwatch spokesman Steve Durkin said "We are very pleased with the initial response and feedback that we have received about and believe that it will compliment our existing range of tools."

Commenting on the additional changes he went on to say "We received constructive
feedback after our appearance on BBC Radio last year and based on that decided to make all our tools and information both easier to locate and use. This latest utility completes our fifteen free tools package which auction buyers and sellers should find helpful."

Online auctions in general and eBay in particular have been witness to a massive increase in popularity over recent years. Auction Lotwatch offers this growing community utilities and information sites aimed at enhancing their auction experience and reducing both time and costs.

Suitable for novices or proficient auction users this compilation of web based software and information should prove to be beneficial.

All the auction tools can be found here:



Auction Lotwatch is a trading name of UK company Online Merchants Ltd.