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Dear AuctionExport Dealers,
Our office will be closed on November 26th for Thanksgiving day. Regular working hours will resume on November 27th, 2020.
Happy Thanksgiving day!
According to our standard payment procedure, you need to pay before delivery. We require the full payment before delivery because we need to buy the car for the client from the seller and we need to pay for transportation services as well. However, we offer Financing to some major destinations, so you can pay in installments during the transportation period - http://www.auctionexportblog.com/how-to-apply-for-financing/
If you wish to stick to our regular payment plan, you should have 10% from your maximum bid in your AuctionExport account. If you want to apply for Financing, you need to have 33% from the total cost in advance. To check the total cost for any car, use the Financing calculator - https://www.auctionexport.com/en/Home/Financing_Calculator
You must be approved for financing before bidding.
Please contact us for further information on financing: email@example.com 📧 1-416-900-33-03 📞
Step 1 is registration on the website - https://www.auctionexport.com/en/Profile/Register Complete the registration form and Verify your AuctionExport profile by email.
Step 2 - crediting your AuctionExport profile with the minimum initial deposit.
These are the categories now used on our website to mark types of car damage:
1. Run&Drive (green circle): condition code that means the vehicle is in running condition, can be started and driven.
2. Non-Drivable (red circle): condition code that means the vehicle is considered inoperable and is in non running condition.
3. Non-Defined (grey circle): condition code that is assigned to vehicles which condition has not been specified by the selling party. Condition details should be checked individually upon buyer's request.
4. Engine starts (blue circle): condition code that means that the vehicle starts and run at idle, and there's no guarantee that the vehicle's fully drivable.
Let us know if you have any questions:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 1-416-900-33-03
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