Busy on the day of the auction, want to bid on multiple items in different Rings at the same time, unsure of your internet connection, not confident yet to bid online live? Then pre-bidding is a great alternative and allows you to secure your bid on an item.Create a FREE online account
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Before you can leave a pre-bid online you will need to:
1. Sign in or create an online account
Sign into your online account or create an online account, it is quick and easy to do. Save your searches, add items to a watchlist, register for auctions and leave pre-bids.
2. Register for the auction
You will need to register for the auction you are interested in, simply click the ‘Register to bid’ button at the top of your screen and choose your auction. Registration requirements and terms.
3. Pay your deposit
You may need to pay a deposit – if a deposit is needed you will be prompted and directed to the payment screen. New customers and International bidders are required to pay a deposit or provide a letter of guarantee from a US Bank. The deposit amount dictates your credit limit. Find out more here.
4. Approved to bid
You will receive confirmation by email when you have been approved to bid. You can now login and leave your pre-bid.
5. Lot Numbers
Find the item you are interested in and click the green ‘Pre-Bid Now' button. Follow the directions on the screen and enter the MAXIMUM amount you wish to bid.
A Pre-Bid is the maximum bid and by placing a Pre-Bid you consent to Yoder & Frey bidding on your behalf up to the maximum amount specified by you.
Pre-Bidding will continue up to when the lot is open for 'Live Bidding'.
Any description changes made to lots with pre-bids placed on them will make the pre-bid invalid and the Pre-Bidder will be notified of the change by email.
Yoder & Frey will email the Pre-Bidder when their bid has been received and outbid.
7. Choice Groups
All stock is sold in lot number order. Items that are similar can be sold as a Choice Group. The winning bidder on a choice group can choose one or more of the items, each sold at the winning bid price. Any lots not taken in the choice group are offered to the runner-up bidder at the same price. If not taken the auctioneer will start the bidding process again on the remaining items.
If you wish to leave a pre-bid on lots in a choice group you must leave a bid on each lot.
If you are the highest bidder, you will be issued an invoice. All invoices must be paid in advance before goods can be collected.