New Clients Join to Auction Stolen & Seized Products

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Nineteen Police and Municipal Agencies joined or opened a new auction service with,

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In April and May of 2015, nineteen Police and Municipal Agencies joined or opened a new auction service with, online auction site offering “$1 No Reserve” online auctions, to legitimately auction off stolen and seized products that are unclaimed; bringing more deals to the community.

Central Marin Police

Wethersfield Police

Burbank Police

Hopkinton Police
West Springfield Dept. of Public Works

Frederick County Sheriff's Office

North Carolina
Raleigh Police

New Jersey
Howell Police

New York
Mamaroneck Police
Rochester Police
Suffolk County Treasurer

Black Butte Ranch Police
Lincoln City Police

Hellertown Borough Police

Austin Police
Williamson County Sheriff's Office

Moses Lake Police
Vancouver Police

Waterford Police

Goods for sale cover a wide range, varying from tablet computers, TVs and smartphones to collectible coins, luxury purses, watches and jewelry. The auction website also regularly sell surplus municipal cars, trucks and heavy equipment as well as seized vehicles, with all assets open to public bidding nationwide.

“We are very excited to welcome these clients on board and look forward to not only providing a high level of service to them, but also to offer their seized, abandoned, forfeited and surplus assets to consumers nationwide,” says Donald Nemer, SVP of Sales of

About makes it remarkably easy for our 3,000 clients to manage and sell surplus assets. We streamline the entire auction process on a client’s behalf and ensure delivery to the winning bidder. There is always a unique deal to be found, with hundreds of new auction listings added daily. Top categories include jewelry, watches, collectible coins and consumer electronics along with cars, trucks and heavy equipment. Working with law enforcement agencies, municipal surplus departments, state/county fleet programs, airports and even museums, has generated and distributed millions of dollars to local communities nationwide.

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