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How do I bid online in an onsite webcast auction?

Once when you have registered and have been approved for the auction, you will be able to place bids on the lots you wish to purchase.

For onsite webcast auctions, you can place max bids (proxy bids) on lots you wish to purchase up to the auction end date. On the end date, the auctioneer will open the bidding to both onsite bidders and web bidders. If you have placed a max bid on the lot, Aucto will bid on your behalf up to your max bid amount.

Alternatively, you choose to bid in real time by clicking on the bid button.

 

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