Before the sale...
Have you read the Catalog?
Nearly all questions a buyer may have are answered in the catalog.
Have you Inspected the Merchandise?
Do not bid on anything you haven’t viewed. All items sold “as is, where is”,and ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
Have you read the Terms of Sale?
These are the rules that govern each sale and provide you with the informationneeded for completing your purchase.
Do you have the correct Form of Payment?
Payment may be made in the form of cash or cashier’s check, in U.S. funds. Creditcards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover Card) are accepted at most sale locations;for particular sale information check the Terms of Sale listed in the catalog.
At the sale...
Have you Registered to Bid?
Your bidder number clearly identifies you as the registered bidder and authorizes youto bid on any item of interest. You are responsible for your bidder number and the bid youmake.
Have you noted which lots are “Export Only”?
There are no exceptions to these export requirements. Purchase wisely. “Export Only”means the merchandise cannot remain in the United States.
Do you know which lot is being sold?
Bidding progresses very quickly, pay attention to the bidding process and be sure of what you are purchasing. A sale will not be canceled due to failure to pay attention orbidder misunderstanding.
After making a successful bid...
Payment of Merchandise
Upon completion of bidding, the bidder should proceed to a cashier, where paymentcan be made, and the buyer will receive a buyer invoice and release documents (this is a receiptfor purchase and is necessary to pick up the merchandise).
When must merchandise be removed?
The Terms of Sale provide removal dates and guidelines for both export only anddomestic goods. Failure to comply may result in cancellation of sale and forfeiture of all monies paid.