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Auction Closes Sunday, June 26th, 2022 – 6:00PM

Online Auction Numbers 7000 - 7049 (Front Desk North) Plumbing, Lighting & MORE. (D)

Auction Will Close Sunday, June 26th, 2022, In A Staggered Ending Format, Starting At 6:00PM. One Item Will Close Every Thirty Seconds Until All Items Are Closed. Any Bids Submitted Within The Last Two Minutes Will Auto Extend The Clock Another Two Minutes, To Give Bidders The Opportunity To Counter Bid.

Status Closed

Event ID 1236656

Terms & Conditions


  Starts 6/7/2022 8:00:00 AM
  First Lot Closes 6/26/2022 6:00:00 PM (# of Lots: 50)
This Auction Uses Proxy Bidding.
12 %  Buyer's Premium - All Prices Listed in USD
Additional Information
Pick Up and Removal All Items MUST BE PAID FOR & REMOVED BY 2:00pm on Friday, July 1st, 2022. Pick Up Hours: Monday - Thursday 8am - 4pm, Friday 8am - 2pm, CLOSED SATURDAY JULY 2ND, CLOSED SUNDAY. BMO IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOADING, BRING YOUR OWN HELP TO LOAD. IF YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE LOADING YOU WILL BE CHARGED $50 PER ITEM. AUCTION INVOICES WILL NOT BE RELEASED AFTER 2PM FRIDAY!!
Maximum Bid When using the Maximum Bid feature on this site, you use it according to the requirements and specification that are in place for this feature. Bids are automatically entered on behalf of the bidder for the lowest amount required to win the item. When using the Maximum Bid feature, the system will “proxy” bid in your place, up to your maximum bid entered. Upon submitting your bid the system will only bid the next minimum bid required until you are winning that item or are outbid. If you are the current High Bidder and you want to change your Maximum Bid, you will type in and submit your new bid, no increase to your current winning bid will be required. As a Bidder, you agree to only use this feature if you understand how the Maximum Bid feature works.
Bidding Increments ($0 - $10 = $1), ($10.01 - $25 = $2), ($25.01 - $100 = $5), ($100.01 - $500 = $10), ($500.01 - $1,000 = $25), ($1’000.01 - $10,000 = $50), ($10,000.01 - $100,000,000 = $100)