Has anyone noticed the thousands upon thousands of Godaddy expired auctions ending without bids that never return to the market as a closeout? Someone has discovered a way to circumvent the regular expired auction process. They appear to be using an API that places backorders within seconds of auction close. Thus eliminating all competition, auction extensions and closeout conversion times for the cost of a backorder. (In their case, thousands of backorders.) Although the auctions are already closed, these after the fact backorders are being counted as bids. In my opinion, any bid that comes in after the auction closes should be automatically canceled and refunded. What are your thoughts? BTW, this has been a known issue for awhile.