FAQ- about buying and bidding at our auction.
At Thad Woods Auction, we've done our best to create a Web site that anticipates and satisfies our customers' needs. With that goal in mind, we've compiled a list of frequently asked questions. If you do not find an answer to your question here, contact us at 828-456-3298 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I bid at the auction?
ANSWER: First, you must register at the auction and receive your bidders number. You will be required to put your name, address, phone number, business name (if any), register your sales tax number (if buying for resale) and sign our registration card. Simply use this card, and raise your hand if you would like to bid on an item.
How and when do I pay for my merchandise bought at the auction?
ANSWER: You may pay by cash, approved check, Master-Visa card, Discover, American Express or your Debit Card. All merchandise must be paid for at the end of the auction or whenever you chose to leave.
What if I buy an item that is too large to take with me that night?
ANSWER: You are more than welcome to leave any item or items that you purchase. We will be glad to make arrangements with you for a time that is suitable for you to pick up your items. We do our very best to take care of your merchandise that you leave but, Thad Woods Auction is not responsible for damages of any kind on items that are left and picked up at a later time. You should always bring your auction receipt/tickets when picking up any merchandise left.
How much do things sale for?
ANSWER: There is no possible way to answer that question. It truly depends on how bad two people want an item that is put up for bid.
What If I buy an item and it doesn’t work?
ANSWER: All New Merchandise is guaranteed by Thad Woods Auction personally. If you buy an item and is does not work properly, you may return the item to Thad Woods Auction within 30 days and receive a new item or a refund of your moneys. We pride our Auction on this policy.
Items at Antique & Estate Auction or Liquidation Auctions are sold with no guarantee of any kind, AS IS, and all sales are final. At these types of sales, you will have a preview time to look those type of items over and ask any question that you might wish.
What does it mean if you say an items is bought AS IS?
ANSWER: The AS IS - means that there is no warranty or guarantee on the item being sold and that once it is sold and charged to your number, you become the lawful owner of said merchandise and are responsible for your merchandise.
Is there a fee to attend or have a Buyers Number at the Auction?
[ANSWER: There are no fees charged to attend or for a Buyers Number at our Auction. We ask only, that one person be responsible for paying the bill for each individual number. Due to a large number of customers and buyers at the auction, we do not separate bill totals.