Because it is completely risk and cost free, the company must qualify to become a seller. EHE Auctions will not accept consignments if they do not meet the following criteria: Low reserve, set of photos, and video of equipment operating.
League City, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2014
Representatives at EHE Auctions announced today that it is accepting qualified consignments for its upcoming auction of used construction and mining equipment that is to be held in February.
“We have benefits that no other auction company can claim,” said Milissa Wise, Director of Operations for Expert Heavy Equipment, the parent company of EHE Auctions.
EHE Auctions, according to Wise, is a Reserve Auction that uses a Live Virtual platform Proxibid.
“With EHE Auctions, there are no fees regardless of whether your equipment sells or not,” said Wise. “We eliminate the risk for sellers altogether. Because EHE Auctions is a preferred partner of Proxibid, your equipment will be marketed to their database of global qualified buyers.”
In fact, recent data from Alexa, a subsidiary of Amazon.com, and a 3rd-party commercial website traffic data, shows Proxibid ranking at the top versus the other leading auction platforms.
Buyers can purchase in three different ways on EHE Auctions: instant purchase, timed auction or live auction.
In addition, the Proxibid Marketplace is backed by the industry’s most robust transactional risk management capabilities with bank-level fraud prevention tools in place to make it safe for buyers and sellers to do business online.
“Because it is completely risk and cost free, the company must qualify to become a seller,” Wise pointed out, before adding, “EHE Auctions will not accept consignments if they do not meet the following criteria: Low reserve, complete set of photos and video of equipment operating.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.eheauctions.com.