Comprehensive Review of Auction Membership Sites for Seized, Surplus & Unclaimed Property
from U.S. Marshalls, FBI, IRS, DEA, U.S. Customs as well as 1000's of Federal, State and Local
Don't Get Scammed - Research BEFORE You Spend Your
Many savvy consumers today are turning to online auctions to buy many high ticket
items such as cars, trucks, boats, jewelry and even real estate. While there are many great deals available,
finding a legit auction site is another story.
Things to look for when
joining an auction membership site
1. Subscription Price: How much does it cost to
join? Is it a one-time fee or annual renewal?
2. Number of Listings: Do they offer 1000's of
listings or just a few?
3. Geography: Do they offer National, State and
4. Types of Auctions: Do they provide links
to online auctions as well as in-person auctions?
5. Customer Service: Do they have a customer service department
in the event you have a question?
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comprehensive online auction site reviews. Seized, Surplus & Unclaimed Property from
U.S. Marshalls, FBI, IRS, DEA, U.S. Customs as well as 1000's of Federal,
State and Local Agencies are available everyday at various places all over the internet. We have assembled a
group of researchers to provide factual information on the various online auction sites available today.
Smart buyers choose us to research online auction sites before spending any of their hard earned
Beezid.com - The first step in
participating at an auction on Beezid.com is to purchase bids. The bid packs range in price from sixty cents to
ninety cents depending on the size of the bid pack that you purchase. Obviously the more you buy the less each
individual bid costs. Registering at beezid.com
automatically gets you 10 free bids. You can use your free bids to bid on a bid pack and hopefully win more bids
which will give you some buying power. Typically the ten free bids do not amount to much. Click here to read the entire Beezid.com Review.
Quibids.com - The
Quibids review shows that the site is really well laid out and very user friendly. It is also a quite popular
site for penny auctions the popularity stems from the major advertising campaign that has been hitting
televisions across the country. The contact
information for the company is non existent. There is some information listed on the company information site
but none of it tells you how to contact the company it just gives you some basic information about the
founding of the company. The company was founded and launched the website in 2009. Click here to read the entire Quibids.com Review.
Copart.com - The Copart review shows that
this is an auction website that s dedicated to buying and selling cars. The bidding service is open to anyone
in the US but may be
prohibited in some states. In those states you can hire a broker to bid for you. This website has been around for
awhile but has been open to the public for the last few years. It was originally open only to brokers and
dealers. Click her to
read the entire Copart.com Review.
Onlineauction.com - Onlineauction.com does not offer any warranties for the items that are auctioned or for
the process of the sale. Cancellations are not permitted during any period that the site has been used by a
member. Cancellations are permitted as long as the site has not been used for any transactions within the
first five days of membership or within five days of the payment due date for monthly membership. Click here to read more about Onlineauction.com
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