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How Do I Register for a Tender?
In order to participate in a Tender on Aucto.com, you must make sure you complete the Tender Registration form for the specific Tender you wish to bid in. Please note in order to register you must have an account on Aucto.com. If you do not have an account but would like assistance creating an account, please click here to be redirected to our step-by-step guide on creating an account on Aucto.com
Navigate to the tender you wish to participate in. Once you have found the Tender with a lot you wish to submit your bid on. Once on the tender, you will see a blue “Register to Bid” button click this button
Step #2After clicking the “Register to Bid” button you will be directed to the registration form. Please ensure all applicable fields in the form are filled including “Credit Card Number” and “Expiry Date”. Once all fields are completed click the Blue “Register for Tender” button.
After completing the registration form you must agree to the seller’s terms and conditions. Make sure you review each term closely. If you agree to the terms and conditions simply click the “I Agree” button.
After agreeing to the seller’s terms and conditions you must review and agree to the Aucto terms and conditions. After reviewing these terms if you agree simply click the “I Agree” button
After agreeing to the terms your registration will be submitted to the seller. The seller can choose who can bid in their tender. Most buyers get approved to participate within 24 hours.
You have now successfully registered for a tender. You will now be able to submit Sealed Bids on lots within this tender. To learn how to submit a sealed bid on a tender click here.
If you have any questions regarding registering for a Tender or would like to learn more about Tenders simply contact Aucto support by emailing: email@example.com or calling +1 (844) 326-7305.
On January 31st, 2020, Aucto Introduced Online Tenders as a new way to Buy Industrial Equipment. Find out more About Buying in Tenders on Aucto.com
On January 31st, 2020, Aucto Introduced Online Tenders as a new way to Sell Industrial Equipment. Find out more About Tenders on Aucto.com
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