After the backorder deadline for a domain, we are not able to add late requests. What appear to be late additions are usually the Bid History Details (at the bottom of the auction page for a specific domain).
All bids are grouped together and are displayed with the last accepted bid amount and that date/time stamp.
If you notice the Bid History Details, you may see 55 bid(s) from 35 bidder(s), and an "expand" link.
This indicates that there were multiple bids from the same account, but we only show the latest, highest amount that was accepted.
This may also give the appearance of bid amounts jumping more than the correct increments (for increment amounts, please see Bidding Process for Auctions).
Click on "view all bids" and you will see the final 100 bids in the auction. This will also show individual increases from a specific bidder alias. Click "collapse" and you will get the high level overview once again.
If there are too many current bid transactions to display all original dates, older items may not be displayed to allow last minute transactions to be viewed.
Two accounts both have $69 as their backorder bid, and account A entered first and will show as winning.
Once the auction opens, if account A enters $100 as a proxy bid, the "last updated" column will show this recent date on the bid history.
If account B does not increase their bid, the domain is awarded to account A as expected.
If you look at the auction history for this domain, the recent date will appear as though they entered their bid after it opened.