Auctions are a unique opportunity to obtain merchandise in a competitive and exciting atmosphere.
- You will need a valid driver's license or acceptable form of identification to register for the auction.
- Inspect the merchandise before you bid on it. There is an inspection period for every auction. Normally, you will not be able to examine an item as it is being offered for sale.
- When you start bidding, get the auctioneer's attention by waving your hand or bidding card.
- Maintain eye contact with the auctioneer. If you cut the contact, the auctioneer may think you are no longer interested in the item being offered for sale.
- Know when you start to bid how high you are willing to go. The auction is fast paced and you will need to make decisions quickly. The auction will not be put on hold while you decide what to do.
- If you no longer wish to bid on an item, please shake your head in the negative.
- Don't forget to take into consideration that the buyer's premium and state sales tax will be added to your final bid.
- If you are the successful bidder, immediately hold up your bid card with the bid number facing the auctioneer.
- All bills must be paid in full on the DAY OF AUCTION.
- All merchandise must be removed on the DAY OF AUCTION.
- Absentee bids or call-in bids are accepted from Pre-Registered Bidders.
You can preview all our upcoming sales via our website, www.campbellllc.com or e-mail us with any questions, email@example.com.
Benefits To Buyers:
- Purchase at fair market value through competitive bidding.
- Buyers determine the purchase price.
- Obtain items not readily available from the retail sales market.
- Eliminate long negotiations periods. (real estate)
- Purchasing and closing dates are known. (real estate)