PERSONAL OR COMPANY CHECK
CERTIFIED CHECK / CASHIER’S CHECKS / MONEY ORDER / TRAVELERS CHECKS
Buyer’s Commission of 10% on the first $2,500 or lower and 3.9% on the balance where applicable is added to all Hammer Prices per lot.
All applicable sales tax will be added to the purchase price of all purchases deemed taxable in accordance with Federal, State and/or Local Laws.
Yes, however, we need a letter/email from the director of the company authorising us to allow another representative to bid on your behalf. You can also place a Pre-bid or use Yoder & Frey's Free Online Bidding Service. Both these options require the bidder to be registered for the auction.
Read our step-by-step guide to bidding online here.
The registration process is extremely quick. Please provide as much detail as possible when registering and try to use your company name if you have purchased with us before.
Yes. The Terms and Conditions you agree to during the ‘Free Internet Bidding’ registration process are substantially the same as those you agree to when you register in-person at a Yoder & Frey auction.
No. Your Internet bidder number can only be used for Internet bidding. You do not receive your Internet bidding number as it is only used internally to identify you as an online bidder and the Internet clerk bids on your behalf. If you attend the auction in person you still need to register at the counter and receive your catalogue and bidder number.
No, you will be assigned a new bidder number for each auction.
Your "Credit Limit" is an amount you choose and it is the maximum amount of total purchases you can make in any single Yoder & Frey sale. We ask you to set this credit limit as a personal protection measure for yourself. By setting a credit limit, you can protect yourself from purchasing more than you had intended. Please note you will not be able to bid above your credit limit. You can request an increase, a further deposit may be required.
You can increase or decrease your credit limit for any auction via the website in the "My Account" section. Please be aware that a further deposit may be required.
During the auction, Yoder & Frey may need to contact you regarding any purchases you have made or to approve you to bid online. If Yoder & Frey are unable to contact you at the number you provided, Yoder & Frey reserves the right to not approve you as a bidder online until such time that you can be reached.
No. A single registration process is in place, which ensures that you are registered and approved for all ramps. Terms & Conditions regarding deposits remain the same.
The currency is displayed with each item and the auction site page displays what currency the auction will be in.
If you are a first-time bidder or have not purchased with us in over two years you will need to either verify your credit card or pay a deposit, depending on your required bidding limit.
If you have purchased with us in the last two years and would like to increase your bidding limit, you may be required to pay a deposit.
Bidding Limit Up To $50,000 - Card Verification Required
You will need to verify your credit card details to allow a bidding limit up to and including a $50,000.
Please click here to verify your details.
Please note in certain circumstances we may still require a deposit. You will be informed of this at the time.
Bidding Limit Above $50,000 - Deposit Payment Required
Depending on your preferred credit limit you may be required to pay a deposit. The deposit dictates the credit limit.
$10,000 deposit equals a $100,000 credit limit.
The deposit will be returned at the conclusion of the auction and must be in the form of cash, certified check or bank wire. We also accept credit card deposits via our Online Payment System.
Funds will be released typically the following Monday, but can be released earlier on request.
During the bidding process you will hear the auctioneer indicating that the ‘Internet’ is the high bidder and he will ask for the bidder number from the Internet clerks. Confirmation of winning bids is only upon the receipt of a buyers invoice at the end of the auction.
Payment for items purchased using the ‘Free Internet Bidding’ service is handled in the same manner as a Pre-bid. You will be emailed an Invoice for your purchases. Please note that purchase summary does not include applicable administrative fees, purchase fees or taxes. The invoice emailed to you at the completion of the sale will include all applicable fees and taxes.
Yoder & Frey understand that mistakes may happen and Yoder & Frey may have the opportunity to re-sell the lot again, if notified quickly. Otherwise you will be required to pay for the lot and you have the option of re-consigning the lot to the next auction either at that location or one of our other auction sites. Please note you will have to pay any applicable fees.
Payment for items purchased in the auction are made in the currency in which the auction is being conducted.
Usually it is requested that lots are not collected any earlier than the Monday morning following the auction.
$10,000 any payments larger than these amounts will require:
(All of the above requirements have to match with the address on your invoice)
Computer Processor 2 GHz or better
2GB RAM or greater
Windows 7/8/10 or higher version of windows, and Apple Mac OS
Internet Explorer 10 or higher/ Edge / Safari / FireFox / Chrome
Android 8.0 or greater
Apple: IOS 9 or greater
* Pease note: Audio & Video will not work in Safari - Puffin Browser can be downloaded from the App Store to play Audio & Video
The Yoder & Frey ‘Free Internet Bidding’ service is available at each of our permanent sites, as well as at any off-site locations in which we conduct an auction, unless otherwise stated.
In the majority of cases all items are available for online bidding. Please check with the online catalogue in advance of the auction to determine which items can be sold online.
Please also note some late consignments (‘A’ lots) may not be available online.
Yes. Yoder & Frey use leading industry standard web and email security software to protect its network and the privacy of its customer’s details. Please treat your user details as you would your Bank details and do not write them down or disclose to others.
No. The service is free to use. Please allow 48 hours to process your registration in advance of the auction.
Yoder & Frey frequently sell lots on a choice basis, i.e. similar lots are grouped together and offered to the bidders. The auctioneer commences bidding on the entire group and if you are successful you have a short time to choose which of the lots you wish to purchase. By default the online bidding system selects the first item numerically. You must select at least one other lot before deselecting the first lot if you do not wish to purchase the first lot.
You can choose to purchase all of the lots in the group if you are the high bidder.
Yes, the catalogue can be viewed during the auction week.
An Order of Sale is available on the homepage of our website during auction week.
Please ensure you have followed our ‘How-to Bid Online’ guide and if you are still unable to view or hear the auction please contact our office.
No. The key to bidding on the Internet is to bid based on the value displayed in your bid button. While the audio is helpful and generally synchronized with your bid button, it's important to focus on the value displayed in your bid button, as this is the amount that is submitted to the auctioneer. For example, if you click on the bid button when it reads $10,000, you are submitting a bid for $10,000, regardless of what you hear the auctioneer say. Please note the bidding process is fast paced.
If your bid is accepted you will see “You Are ” displayed in the "High Bidder" field and the message field will display you as high bidder. Your bid button will also be disabled so you cannot bid against yourself and the text "You Are High Bidder" will be inside the button. Please note you are not the only person bidding online and another Internet buyer can bid against you! If your bid button becomes enabled again but you see Internet buyer in the high bidder it is because another online user has outbid you! If a bidder onsite is successful you will see "Floor" displayed in the "High Bidder" field.
In the early stages of the auction of a lot, the asking price can change very rapidly. When you click on your bid button, it's possible that many other bidders (both in-person and on the Internet) were also placing bids and of course only one bid at any amount can be accepted. You should have plenty of time to get your bid in as the auctioneer begins to slow down prior to selling the lot.
Additionally you may accidentally enter a bid at the start which is extremely high and no one else bids against you so you end up with a lot costing you more than it was worth!
Your Bid button will be disabled so you cannot bid against yourself and the text "You Are High Bidder" will be inside the button. If your bid button becomes enabled again but you see Internet buyer in the high bidder it is because another online user has outbid you! If a bidder onsite is successful you will see "Floor" displayed in the "High Bidder" field.
No. All bids submitted using the ‘Free Internet Bidding’ service are final and irrevocable. When you click the bid button you are submitting a binding bid in the amount displayed in the bid button to the auctioneer. If you are the high bidder and the auctioneer sells the lot to you, you are the new owner of the lot. So, if you do not intend to buy the item, do not click your bid button.
When you activate your bid button, you are signaling your intention to bid. If you activate your bid button and then click your bid button, you are submitting an irrevocable bid.
In case of a Choice group, Please note: If you are the high bidder on a Choice group, the auctioneer will sell you the lots and by default the first lot is selected and he will give you a short opportunity to buy any or all of the additional lots remaining in the Choice Group at the current sold price. If you do not wish to purchase the first lot you must select another lot in the group and deselect the first lot. You need to do this before you start bidding. Any remaining lots not selected are re-opened to the floor for bidding by others.
Once the amount displayed in your bid button plus the amount of purchases you have made exceeds your credit limit, your bid button is disabled and your bid status indicator will display "Credit Limit Exceeded". Once the "Credit Limit Exceeded" message displays, you will not be able to place any more bids until you change your credit limit by contacting our office.
You can, but we advise that you exercise caution if you elect to do this. We advise that you do not start to bid using the ‘Free Internet Bidding’ software until the price the auctioneer is calling is one bid increments above the maximum price you specified on your Pre bid.
As with all technology, the Internet is not 100% reliable. From time to time, you may experience Internet disconnections while you're logged into the auction. If this happens, re-establish your connection as quickly as possible, and re-launch the ‘Free Internet Bidding’ software from the website homepage by clicking on ‘Bid Now’ button.
If you were actively bidding when you were disconnected and you were the high bidder at that point it is likely that you will be outbid. If not then the lot will be sold to you.
To bid on more than one ramp at the same time has the same requirements as if you were bidding on 2 separate auctions. You can view and listen to both ramps on the same computer. An option is available to toggle between the ramps for the audio. You can use the same Username & Password to login however. Single Registration ensures you are already registered for the entire auction.
Results from the auction and previous auctions are posted online 5 weeks after the auction. To access this service click on the ‘Past Results’ link at the top of this page.
You can access additional information about any lot in the sale by clicking on the "View Catalogue" link beside the appropriate auction on the auction calendar. Select the lot range you are interested in, and additional images of the lots are then displayed on your screen. You can do this while viewing the auction. For selected lots, digital pictures are also available post auction and can be emailed to you upon request.
Goods must be paid for in full before any items can be removed from the auction yard.
Please check opening hours for each site here.
Buyers must inform hauliers of buyer number and/or Passout numbers. After you have paid for all of your items, you will receive a Passout. This Passout is your proof of purchase and must be presented when removing equipment from the yard. No equipment will be released from the yard without a Passout and complete payment for all purchases. As a general rule, equipment must be removed no later than one week after the auction except at the Florida auction yard where buyers have two weeks.
If documents were not sold with the vehicle, then the onus is on the new buyer to obtain them.
Payments must be made by the last day of the sale, or sale day if it is a one day auction.
Yes, we can raise the invoice to the finance company; collection of goods will be upon receipt of payment from the finance company.
Exchange rates are dependent on the day of payment (which may differ from those on auction day). Please contact the office for an up-to-date rate.
Yes, full company information is required, alongside required documentation such as Certificates of Incorporation, Utility Bill etc.