Step 4: Approval

Today we are covering Step 4 of the Bidder Journey. Learn everything you need to know about getting approved to bid in an auction. Click Here for step 5 of the series, Bidding!

BidSpotter.com’s New Partnership with AuctionServices.com Promises to Enhance the Online Bidding Experience

Auctioneer and BidSpotter.com

BidSpotter.com is an online platform used by auction companies to host their auctions and by bidders to participate in those auctions.  Since bidders interact with both BidSpotter.com and the auction company during the course of the auction, it is sometimes unclear who to contact with questions.  This guide will shed some light on who to…

Understanding the Lot Page on a Timed Sale

Within a timed sale, the lot page gives you important information about the item and sale. In the image and guide below, some sections are highlighted and explained to help you become a more knowledgeable bidder. 1 Quantity A quantity is listed above the picture when the quantity is more than one.  Typically when a…

Accessing A Live Auction

On the morning of a live auction the live interface, or applet, becomes available. The live interface is what we call our online bidding application. Bidders can participate in real time; watching the current lot, listening to the auctioneer, and placing bids. This guide will help you quickly and easily access the auction, place bids,…