Things to Know About DealDash Customer Service

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When using DealDash you might need a little extra help. DealDash customer service is here to help you.

DealDash has a wonderful customer service team. They are here to help you with any and every problem, questions, or concern that you might have. They have heard and experienced everything that you might think to throw at them, and with a happy attitude as well. Read on for more information that you should know, from DealDash.

Why Should I Contact Customer Service?

DealDash is a very easy site to use, but if you are used to a different bidding format such as other online auctions, you might need some help. Not all auction sites work the same way, and customer service can help you understand the “ins and outs” of using the site.

Other reasons that you might want to contact customer service include having a problem with item delivery, needed a refund, or asking for bidding tips. DealDash  customer service can help you with all of these issues to get you on your way back to bidding.

What Solutions Can Customer Service Offer?

DealDash customer service representatives can help you solve the problems that you might have. They can teach you how to use your DealDash dashboard, tell you how to buy bids, and tell you about the different promotions that DealDash offers. All of these questions can be answered by reading older DealDash Blog articles, but if you need an answer right away, then don’t be shy about contacting the friendly customer service reps at DealDash.

The above-mentioned issues are more “newbie problems,” but customer service representatives can handle any sorts of issues that you might have. If you have a package delivery problem they can track it and re-send your item if need be. DealDash reps are also there to listen in the rare case that you have a problem with another bidder. They are great mediators and get results.

Need a Refund? DD Reps Are There to Help

If you’re one of the small percentage of people that don’t enjoy DealDash, that’s okay. DealDash wants you to be satisfied with your experience even if you don’t want to play anymore. You don’t have to feel anxious, simply contact a DealDash representative and they will help you. Don’t worry, they won’t try to guilt you or give you the “hard sell,” they are there to help, not make you feel bad! Just let them know what’s going on, and they will make it right for you. No hard feelings, and you can re-join at any time.

How Can I Contact Them?

Contacting DealDash customer service is easy. It’s easy to customer support rep by going on DealDash and looking for the “HELP” button at the top of the screen. From there you can either open a support ticket or even chat live with a DealDash customer service representative. Or you can just click this link right here.

Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

I hope this article on using DealDash customer service has been helpful. If you’re a newbie or a seasoned bidder, it never hurts to learn more about DealDash. If you’d like to read more, you should definitely check out DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the official site. It’s full of interesting information to help you succeed on DealDash. Just click this link right here and you can check it out. Have a great time on DealDash, and happy Bidding, everyone!

DealDashThis sponsored DealDash blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus. Dawn was compensated by DealDash for this blog post.

DealDash Customer Service is #1!

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Don’t ever be afraid to contact DealDash customer service. They are there to help!

DealDash hopes that all of their transactions go smoothly, but occasionally there might be a problem. However, there is no problem too big for DealDash customer service! They have heard it all, and they are happy to help you if you have any problems or questions about the site. They are ready to help you, day or night. Just contact them if you need a hand!

Having a Problem?

The main time that most people contact customer service is when they have a problem. Maybe you are having trouble with using PayPal on the site, or perhaps you don’t even have a PayPal account and you are curious how it works. There are also times that your delivery might be delayed, or not show up. This isn’t typically a problem, though, because all things that you win or BIN on DealDash come with tracking numbers, with the exception of smaller gift cards. No matter what your problem is, don’t be shy, just contact DealDash customer service and they will help you find a solution.

Are You New and Totally Confused?

You don’t have to have a specific problem to contact customer service. If you’re new on DealDash and just don’t understand how it works, then customer service can help you with that, as well. There are many resources to help you understand how the auctions work, such as this blog and the DealDash Tips blog. There are also videos and an interactive tutorial. However, sometimes it’s easier to understand something when someone explains it to you step-by-step, and if you contact DealDash customer service, they can do just that.

Have a Suggestion for the Site?

Customer service isn’t just for problems and questions. They are also there to take your ideas and suggestions as well. Do you have an idea for a product that you haven’t seen offered yet on DealDash? Or maybe you think that there needs to be more of a certain category and less of another category? Do you have a fun idea for a DealDash contest? If you have a great idea, tip, or suggestion, then please contact customer service and they would be happy to hear you out.

Are You Unsure How to Get in Touch?

It’s easy to contact DealDash customer service. All you have to do to get in touch is go to the “Help” section on the main page of the site, then go to their “submit a request for assistance form” button. If you need instant help or you just don’t feel like waiting a few hours for a reply, then you can click the “Live Support Online” button. 

Personally, I prefer the “submit a request for assistance form”, however, I have never had a problem that I needed immediate assistance. Many people are a fan of the live chat feature, and once you click the “Live Support Online”, you will be connected with a friendly DealDash customer service rep almost immediately. Once you’re connected, then you can work on solving your problem. 

Thanks for Reading

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash Blog article on DealDash customer service. Be sure to check back often for new articles here are well as on our other blogs, DealDash Reviewed and DealDash Tips. We hope that your DealDash experience is a happy one. Do feel free to let us know how we’re doing in the comments down below.

Remember, don’t be shy, all of the customer service reps are friendly, polite, and love to help. DealDash is the friendliest website around! Visit DealDash now to see how much you can save. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!

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This sponsored DealDash blog was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this blog. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

Use DealDash to Be a Do-Gooder

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Winning for yourself is fun, but why not do some good? Use DealDash to help yourself be a do-gooder.

DealDash is here to auction off amazing items, but once you have everything that you need why not give back to your community? DealDash can help you get some items that would be much appreciated by the less fortunate members in your community. All of us who use “entertainment shopping” such as DealDash are fortunate that we have enough money in our budget to have fun and shop. Some people don’t have any extra room in their budget after they have the basics. Why not be a “do-gooder” and win some things to donate?

Identify Who Needs Your Help

There are many different types of people and organizations in your community who would benefit from a donation. Before you start bidding, you should make a list of the type of items that you are hoping to win and donate. For example, if you live in a very hot climate such as Texas or Florida and want to win clothing to give to the less fortunate, then you should probably stay away from the heavy jackets and sweaters.

Some examples of people and organizations who could benefit from donations are:

  • Food Banks. Food banks often offer items other than food to the people who use them, such as personal hygiene and grooming supplies. They could also use the $10 gift cards for fast food that DealDash often offers for auction.
  • Schools. Schools are always in need of supplies for their classrooms. DealDash sometimes offers office supplies and craft supplies that would make great donations for a school in your neighborhood.
  • Fire Stations. The firefighters in your community could use your help. They are often volunteers who spend long hours in their fire station waiting for a call to come in. They would appreciate things to make that time go faster such as MP3/4 players, video game, movies, and other entertainment. They would also appreciate gift cards as well to places such as Wal-Mart so they can re-stock their supplies and purchase some treats.
  • Department of Social Services. DSS can always use donations of baby supplies, personal hygiene items, and toys. When babies, kids, and teens are removed from their home they often have to spend hours at DSS waiting to either be returned to their parents or taken to a foster home. A soft plush toy or a fun game can help them take their mind of their situation for a little while.

Want Your Donation to be More Personal?

If you like the idea of being a do-gooder and donating some of your wins but don’t like the idea of donating to an organization, I have a solution. Churches are often one of the first places that a family turns when they are in trouble. Even if you are not religious or associated with a church, you can still find a recipient of your generosity there. Simply call the church office during the week and explain that you would like to donate to a needy family in their parish. They will be very happy to match you up with a family and you can know that your donation is making a very big difference in the life of a family in your own community.

BIN Instead of Win

You should know that with all auctions on DealDash , if you don’t happen to win these items when you bid on them, then you can always BIN (Buy It Now). Simply buy them for the retail price, and you will get all of your bids back to use again. You will also receive free shipping, AND get to keep of the clock time that you earned as being the highest bidder.

 

Thanks for Reading

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash Blog article today on thinking of ways that you can donate and become a hero in your community. DealDash has some awesome products up today that would make someone happy to receive as a donation. Visit DealDash now  and see how much you can donate. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!

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This sponsored blog article was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this article. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

DealDash Dashboard – Explained

Your DealDash dashboard is a very important part of your DealDash experience. If you’re just getting started it may look a little complicated.

If you go to the main page of your dashboard you will see the most important things right away – the items that you have won that are awaiting payment, your scheduled BidBuddies, and your bookmarked auctions. It’s important to be sure to check in with your dashboard’s home screen so you don’t accidentally forget to pay for an auction and lose the right to purchase the auction that you won.

If you look at the picture above, or on your own DealDash dashboard we will go down the list of items and I will tell you what each one means.

  • Who’s on their limit? – You may win 9 auctions per week. If you’d like to see who has already won their 9 auctions for the week you can pay 1 bid and see the list of “Who’s on their limit”.
  • Public profile – This is the small section where you can choose your avatar and write a quick bio sentence or two about yourself. This avatar and your bio will flash on the screen when you bid so others can see it while you are the highest bidder.
  • Buy bids – Pretty self-explanatory, this is where you can purchase bids.
  • Buy It Now History – This is where you can see what items that you have “BINned” for retail price and received your bids back.
  • Transaction history – This is where you can see the bids that you have bought, received back from BINning, and gotten from participating in social media postings.
  • Bidding history – This is where you can see what you have been spending your bids on.
  • Won auctions – Also pretty self-explanatory, you can see what you have won in the past.
  • My orders – This is where you can see all of the items you have ordered, both from winning and BINning. There will also be tracking numbers with links to track your item when they are available. You will be able to see tracking numbers on most items except lower value gift cards, which are just sent by regular postal mail.
  • Account details – You can see your saved credit cards here.
  • Bookmarked auctions – You can see what auctions that you have bookmarked. You can bookmark an auction by either booking a BidBuddy for it, or clicking the little yellow star in the upper right hand corner.
  • Contact support – This is the last item on your dashboard list. If you click this you will be taken to a form where you submit a support ticket for anything from technical questions, refunds, or enquiring where your item that you ordered is currently located.

 

  So my dear DealDashers, that is your DealDash dashboard, demystified. Pay attention to what you’re doing, check out the auctions and see what you would really like to bid on, try some easier auctions to build up knowledge, and you’ll be winning awesome stuff before you know it! See you on DealDash everyone! Good luck and happy bidding.