TEN GOOD REASONS TO BUY FROM THE TENDER CENTRE
BIDDING OR BUYING
1. Online: see online Catalogue–
Each lot displays a status; this shows if the item is on Hold until the next week, on Tender or Available to purchase. Items displaying Pending are still available at the reserve price but someone has bid on them for less than the reserve price and maybe in a state of negotiations.
· Make your selection from the online catalogue
· Register to bid – (Registration)
· Make your bid by inserting the amount you are willing to pay alongside the lot you are interested in
· Select SUBMIT
· If you are willing to purchase at the reserve price, please contact us to secure the purchase.
2. In-Store: VIA THE PHONE
Call the Tender Centre to place a bid on 02 6056 1313 or Text 0434 422 210 with bid details.
POINTS TO REMEMBER
Testing Items: Please test items prior to purchase. A 24 hour testing period is offered for items that cannot be tested to enable returns if required. After the purchase, vendors monies can be released and you money cannot be refunded.
PLEASE PHONE 0434 422 210 OR OFFICE 02 6056 1313 TO CONFIRM WE ARE OPEN OR AVAILABLE
Pick Up Times
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I find out what is the highest bid to date?
A: No. You cannot find out what others have bid. Our Auctions are “silent”, so you need to bid at a price you are happy to pay, knowing that the item will sell to the highest bidder equal to or above the item’s reserve or an agreed price by the Vendor.
Q: Is there a charge for bidding or buying?
A: Only if your bid is successful - a small fee (see Buyers premium) applies to all successful bids and purchase prices.
Q: What if I want to cancel or decrease the bid I have submitted?
A: You cannot cancel or decrease your bid once it has been submitted to the Tender Centre.
Q: What if I want to increase my bid?
A: You can increase your bid by submitting a higher bid at any time before the tender process ends.
Q: When do I know if my bid was successful?
A: We will contact you or you can contact us on the next business day following the close of the tender process.