Terms and conditions
By signing up with this auction house, you agree to the following terms and conditions. These terms may be updated from time to time, so we advise you to check back to ensure that changes do not impact you.
To activate your service you will need to supply your full name, physical address and any other required fields.
You are responsible for keeping your password secure. The auction house does not have access to your password. All passwords are encrypted.
You are responsible for all the content (text, photos, documents) you upload.
You will not upload any illegal material.
You will not attempt to upload any malicious code (viruses, worms).
We reserve the right to deactivate or delete your account for any reason at any time.
We take no responsibility of the success or not of you using this auction site. You use the service at your own risk. The service is offered as is.
The auction house does not save any credit card details; those are stored at third party partners.
The auction house may utilize external payment gateways. We cannot take responsibility of any errors which may occur whilst using these third party services.
The auction house will under no circumstances be liable for any loss or damage you may have using the service.
Support queries will be managed through the provided support channels.
Any content you upload belongs to you, if you wish to remove content from our servers you need to delete your account.
Any items found abandoned after pick-up of your won lot(s) will result in an appropriate clean up fee.
A 10% buyers premium will apply to winning bids. Taxes are not applied to buyers premium.
The auction house may collect personal information such as your name, address, or credit card details. This information is only used to render our services to you and will not be shared with others unless it is required to render this service. An example of such is to share information with a third party vendor such as the payment gateway.
We may have to disclose personal information should this be required by a court order.
Sensitive information is stored in an encrypted format, and although we do everything to keep this information secure, we cannot guarantee absolute security.