Police Auctions Site Beats Out the Competition by Releasing Database to LibertyAuctionHouse.com Members for Free - Beginning July 25th

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LibertyAuctionHouse.com, known for its police auctions/government auctions database and online auctions, decides to 1-up the competition and offer police auction information at no charge to their customers.

What was once a monthly or yearly fee at many police auctions sites including LibertyAuctionHouse.com, is now free starting July 25th 2012.

LibertyAuctionHouse.com informs its members of the whereabouts of great deals at Government & Police Auctions. These include Federal, State and Local auctions of every type of Seized, Surplus and Abandoned property you can think of. And the Federal, State, and Local Governments and Police in the U.S. and Canada are generally willing to sell it all for whatever they can get.

"Our Plan is to help our customers get the best deals on the internet with no barriers and pay close attention what the viral effect will be." Said Micheal Strom, CEO of LibertyAuctionHouse.com. "If there is a great result, then we will continue to offer our service for free."

Government auctions may include surplus government equipment, abandoned property over which the government has asserted ownership, property which has passed to the government by escheat, government land, and intangible assets over which the government asserts authority, such as broadcast frequencies sold through a spectrum auction.

Public auctions of government property may be conducted by whichever agency is auctioning the property. Some substantial items have been sold at public auction. For example, the United States Navy cruiser USS Philadelphia (C-4) was sold at such an auction at the Puget Sound Navy Yard in 1927.

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