Stolen & Seized Products will be Auctioned Off Online by Police Departments through

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Four Police Departments join or open new auction service

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In December of 2015, four Police Departments joined or opened a new auction service with to auction off unclaimed stolen, seized or surplus assets. is an online auction site offering “$1 No Reserve” online auctions; bringing more deals to the community.

City of Johns Creek Police Department

Glencoe Police Department

City of Bonner Springs Police Department

North Carolina
Town of Cary Police Department

Goods for sale cover a wide range, varying from tablet computers, TVs and smartphones to collectible coins, brand name 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 happy to welcome new clients to our team – providing services and solutions to them, including our unique Firearms Auction Service to many, send proceeds back to their communities as well as bring more deals to consumers nationwide,” Donald Nemer, SVP of Sales of states.

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, heavy equipment, and firearms through a partner website, 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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