HOW SUGAR CREEK AUCTIONS WORK

How It Works:

  1. To place a bid you must be registered and logged in. If you haven’t registered and you make a bid a pop-up will appear at the top of the screen (you may have to scroll up to see it). There you will have the option of registering if you haven’t registered before or logging in with your previously registered Username and Password. After you have registered and logged in the system you will go back and bid again on that entry and the system will accept your bid.
  2. Many auctions are on the “proxy” system whereas you may place a bid on an entry for $4,000 but the next bid increment is $3500. Your bid will be at the next bid increment and the system will keep you bid in until such time someone makes a bid higher than your total proxy bid. You can at that time bid again with a new proxy bid if you like.
  3. Every entry will have a reserve price to be met to be sold. On each entry’s page it will be noted if the reserve has or has not been met. If an auction ends and the reserve price has not been met the highest bidder at the end of the auction will be contacted by email and will be informed of the reserve and will have first opportunity to meet the reserve and purchase the entry. If the highest bidder passes on meeting the reserve the opportunity goes to the next highest bidder and so on.
  4. If you have the winning bid on an entry please contact our offices at 931-680-0897 or David Williams at 931-639-1081 to make payment arrangements and arrange for pick-up.
  5. Any entries stalled at Sugar Creek will automatically become the responsibility of their new owner. The new owners board on that purchase will begin the day after that entry’s auction has closed. Your new purchase will be kept on stall board at $18/day until such time you can make arrangements to pick up your purchase.
  6. If you have questions about and entry or the process either message us through the messaging system in the auction or email us directly at david@sugarcreekllc.com

Thank you for participating in Sugar Creek Auctions!

David W. Williams

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