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What is Marketplace?

Marketplace has been established for independent sellers to manage their own auctions (or fixed price items) providing them an easy and manageable outlet. This could be a one-time sign up (30 days) or ongoing discounted access.

Independent Sellers:

  • Non-Profit Groups

  • Resellers/Dealers (We ask that you have all elements of being a legal business - license, resellers permit, etc)

  • Online Do-It-Yourself Yard/Garage/Estate Sale

  • Estate and/or Business Liquidators 

What is required?

  • Digital Camera (you'll need a computer to upload the pictures) or Phone for pictures of your items

  • Computer experience to manage listings, upload of photos, etc

  • Recommended Appointment Schedule Program to assist in organized curbside pickup. 

  • Paypal or Square account

  • Printer

What we provide?

  • Access to your own auction platform, control and managed by you. 

  • Listing in our main page auction feed and Marketplace where existing users have ability to bid on your auctions

  • Training up to 2 hours to you or your staff which includes proven successful system

What's the catch (cost)?

  • One-Time Access

    • $150.00 30 Day Access (unlimited auctions)

    • $100.00 14-Day Access (one auction)

    • 10% of Sales (seller keeps all proceeds which includes Buyer's Premium)

  • Auction will start on a Monday, end on a Friday, Pick Ups will be Saturday and/or Sunday

  • All business dealings must be with the utmost integrity - no misrepresentation of items sold (i.e., disclosed as genuine if it is not genuine, all items fully represented of condition (don't hide damage). This is to protect our bidders.

Preparation Steps:

  • Gather all items that you want to sell in one central accessible location (i.e., garage where customers can walk up, pick up their items, and depart)

  • Recommend to have 100-200 individual items, you can have up to 400 which won't be too overwhelming, or lots of same/similar with a value of minimum $20. 

  • Number your items/lots. We use painters tape as to not damage any pieces.

  • Take pictures of your items/lots - take one cover to capture what is being sold. You want to take multiple angles (top/bottom, and sides). Do close-ups of any tags that could help identify your pieces. DISCLOSE DAMAGE! Suggest to take pictures of your tape number on the item lot first - then the pictures to follow. It will help when you upload your pictures.

  • You may also start writing down your titles that will describe the item being sold.

Getting Access to the Auction Software (your timing starts now):

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