Aucto Help Center
To participate in an upcoming auction, you must make sure your account is properly registered. To register for an auction simply navigate to the auction catalog page.
After you have navigated to your desired auction’s catalog page you will notice two blue “Register To Bid” buttons. One is located at the top of the page as well as a second one located halfway down the page before the lot list begins. Click either one of these buttons to begin the registration process.
When clicked if you are not already logged in you will be directed to the login page. Enter your email and password details to continue. If you do not have an account click here for a guide on how to create your free account.
Once logged in you will be directed to the Bidder Information page. On this page your information will be pre-filled with the following information. If this information is not there or is not correct please update the proper information. If not already entered you will need to add your credit card information. Your credit card will NOT be charged, this is just part of the verification process.
You will need to enter the following details:
After you confirm all information under the Bidder information you will be redirected to the auction terms and condition. Please review all terms and conditions stated as it will hold all important information regarding the sale, the payment terms, and removal terms. When complete click the blue I agree button at the bottom of the screen.
Once all terms are agreed to, you will be redirected back to the auction catalog page. Your request for permission to bid on the auction has now been sent to the seller. As soon as you are approved for bidding you will receive an email allowing you to bid on any item you may wish.
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