||You can browse the
auctions at any time without registering, but to bid or post an
auction, you must first register.
To register, simply click on the Register link. Choose a user name which you can easily remember, and fill in
the other required fields. Your password will automatically be
generated and emailed to you. You can change your password at any
time by choosing the Member Services option and then clicking the Change
Your Password link.
You only need to register once, as
you can change your user information at any time by choosing Member
Services, and then clicking the Edit My Registration link.
Notes: There may only be one
account per email address. The system will not let you create more
than one account with the same email address.
Depending on how the administrator has set
up the auction system, your account may need to be verified before
it is activated.
If verification is required, you
will not be allowed to place bids until your account is activated.
||Once you have an
active account, you are ready to bid. Simply navigate to the
auction you want to bid on via the category listings or using the search
features, and then place your bid.
||Note the type of
auction that you are bidding on. Standard, Reverse, Multiple Item, and Blind
auctions all work differently.
||It is highly
recommended that you read over all sale, payment and shipping terms and
conditions before you place your bid. Some items may not be
returnable, but please note that by bidding, you are legally bind to
purchasing the item if you are the winning bidder. There is a 5% buyer premium on all winning bids.
|Questions on vehicles. Please direct your vehicle questions to the vehicle owners. The Lienlizard staff can answer questions regarding how the auction works but we don't have details about the vehicles since they are located all over the world. So, for website questions, please contact us at Support@Lienlizard.com or 530-473-5974. For vehicle questions, contact the vehicle owner.
|Opening bid, what is it?
The opening bid on an auction IS NOT THE RESERVE. It is simply the starting point of the auction.
When placing your bid you need to be aware that the item you are bidding on may have a reserve price. If this is the case, you will need to increase your bid until you reach the reserve.
Our system is setup to help you get the best deal possible, which is why we have what we call a "Float Proxy To Reserve" feature. Here is an example of how this works: If you are bidding on a car that has a reserve of $1200 (reserve prices are not visible to bidders) and you place a proxy bid of $2,000., the system will "Float your bid" up to the $1200 reserve price. It will only bid higher if someone is bidding against you. This way you can put in the maximum amount you are willing to pay with the confidence that our system will only go to your max bid in order to meet the reserve or outbid other bidders.
MY BID DOES NOT SHOW UP? HERE IS WHY: IF YOUR BID DOES NOT MEET THE RESERVE PRICE YOU MUST ENTER A HIGHER BID BEFORE IT WILL SHOW UP. AGAIN, IF YOUR BID DOES NOT MEET THE RESERVE YOUR BID WILL NOT SHOW UP AND YOU MUST BID HIGHER.
||Once an auction
closes an email will be sent to the winning bidder containing contact
information for the seller. If you are the winning bidder you should
immediately contact the seller to arrange for payment and delivery of the
item. The seller may also contact you via the contact information
you provided upon registration.
||You should always
leave feedback on the seller after completing a transaction. This
lets other users know what to expect from the seller, whether that be good
or bad. You can reach the feedback form by clicking on the Leave
Feedback on Seller link on the item detail page. Please restrain
from using foul or obscene language, as other users may be offended.
Inappropriate feedback will be deleted.