Auction Terms & Conditions Auction Terms & Conditions
Please read all of the terms and conditions. If you do not agree with any portion of the terms and conditions, please feel free to browse our auctions but do not register to bid. A bid at a live or online auction constitutes a legal and binding contract and cannot be rescinded for any reason.
William Sharp and Associated Auctioneers from here on out will be named (" The Auctioneer")
In order to bid online All bidders must submit an application and a $1.00 fee will be charged to your card for verification purposes. This fee is non refundable and will be required once every 6 months to 1 year.
There is also a $25.00 title fee on all vehicles and trailers sold that has a title unless other wise noted.
There is a $25.00 Firearms transfer fee per firearm.
All sales are as is, where is. No Warranty, It is not wise to bid without inspecting the items. Please make arrangements to inspect before bidding. The Auctioneer takes great care to ensure that descriptions are correct, but no warranty or guarantee is made as to the description, quantity, or quality of the items sold. Serial numbers, mileage, hour readings, and year models are not guaranteed. If questions arise, please contact The Auctioneer prior to bidding.
Once an item is declared sold, it becomes the property of the buyer. The Auctioneer takes care to safeguard your merchandise, but The Auctioneer nor the Consignor is responsible for theft, damage, or accidents. You must make arrangements to pick up your item as instructed or your bidding privilege shall be revoked. All online only auctions begin closing at 6PM Eastern time the day of the auction. We do have a soft close option and when implemented it allows for lots to extend for two minutes in the event that a lot is bid on, and will continue to be extended until the last bid comes in. If you can't watch the computer at closing time, we recommend that you take advantage of the maximum bid feature. Just enter the maximum price you are willing to pay, and the computer will automatically do the bidding for you, thus ensuring that you are still the high bidder up to your price. If you are outbid, the program will email you immediately. Please make sure your email is set to receive mail from willauction.com. Some computers may pick it up as junk email. All live pre-bidding closes the day preceding the live auction. The high internet bid becomes the opening bid at the live auction. You will be notified by email within 24hrs if your internet bid remained the high bid.
Sales tax will be collected on all taxable items. All tax-exempt buyers must download the appropriate state's tax exempt form and email it to William@willauction.com prior to conclusion of the auction.
The Auctioneer is not responsible for bidder mistakes. Make sure you review your bid before submitting. The Auctioneer is not responsible for any electronic or internet failures. Bidders or sellers will have no claim against The Auctioneer or any other party if internet service is interrupted for any reason causing problems with the ability to bid.
Payment will be by MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express. A 4% Convenience Fee is charged for the use of credit cards on invoices totaling more than $3,000.00. A 10% buyer's premium will be added to all items up to $10,000 and a 5% buyer's premium on all items over $10,000. All payments will be processed automatically at the conclusion of the auction.
***Local pickup is always free***
***SHIPPING*** Shipping is only offered on select items which have been labeled. There is a $6.00 per lot handling fee on all items that are shipped. The buyer is also responsible for the shipping and packaging cost + insurance on shipment. All items ship within 5-7 business days after payment.
All items must be removed from property no later than Setpember 6, 2020 by 6pm any items not picked up will be disposed of. There will be NO refunds for items purchased but not picked up by the pick up date. Please make every effort to pick up items as soon as possible.
We are licensed and bonded in favor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Any unresolved complaints should be directed to Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation located at 9960 Mayland Dr. Suite 400, Richmond, Virginia, 23233, 804-367-8500, or www.dpor.virginia.gov
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