In order to bid on-site or online at any of our auctions you must register for that particular auction to obtain a bidding number. Winning bids are assigned to the relevant bidder number.
Please read the following information carefully. Registration opens online when an auction is advertised, on-site registration normally opens 2 days prior to the auction.
Registration requires the bidder to agree to Yoder & Frey Buyer Terms and Conditions. Detailed below:
By registering online or completing the registration form on-site you automatically agree to be bound by these Buyer Terms and Conditions.
When bidding on-site the following items will be necessary to complete your registration process:
1. A valid Driver’s License, Passport or Government ID.
2. A Bank Letter or Letter of Guarantee (required only when paying with a company or personal check). As a general rule, the bank letter should be made out to Yoder & Frey Auctioneers listing your company name, your account number, the dates of validity, the amount guaranteed by your bank and the contact information for your banker. Also accepted are cash, certified checks and bank wires. Visit our Deposits & Payments page to view other payment alternatives.
3. For all Auctions new customers and International bidders are required to deposit either $500, $1,000, $5,000 or $10,000 to bid or provide a letter of guarantee from a US Bank. The deposit amount dictates the credit limit. The deposit must be in the form of cash, certified check or bank wire and will be returned at the conclusion of the auction. We also accept credit card deposits via our Online Payment System.
4. Tax Exemption Certificate or Motor Vehicle Dealer License if applicable. We do not limit our auctions to dealers; however, in order to remove sales tax from your invoice, you will need to supply us with your Motor Vehicle Dealer License or License to Resell Equipment. Exemptions vary from state to state so please visit the website for the specific auction for more information and available forms Buyers purchasing for export must ship their goods to a foreign address using a common carrier. Ground bills of lading will be required as proof of delivery to the port for export.