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Unit Type: Lien (Abandoned)
Tag Number: 5315344
Unit Size: 10x10
Deposit: $300
Cleanout Time: 3 Days
Phone: +1 (604) 944-1154
  • Window Blinds
  • Window Coverings
  • New Merch
  • Product
  • Hardware
  • Lighting
  • Furniture
  • Ikea Chair
  • Framed Artwork
  • 2 Wheeled Dolly
  • Lamps
  • Decor
Additional notes about this unit.
Please ignore date on movie, it was set wrong.
Terms and conditions of this auction.
Please read and understand before bidding.

This unit has a 3 days pickup timeline. This means after the auction has ended you have 3 days to entirely remove the contents of the unit.

This unit has a $300 cleaning deposit. You must bring this deposit in cash, along with photo ID and your confirmation number or you will not be given access to the unit.

This facility accepts the following types of payment for the final bid amount: Cash, Debit, Visa, Mastercard, Americanexpress, Discover

Please note that some facilities will charge an additional fee for credit card processing.

Please note that when collecting the contents of this unit you must make an appointment prior to arrival. The office hours of this facility are: Call for appointment


Before you place a bid on this unit please read these important points:

  • Please read our terms of service.
  • Make sure you are able to completely empty the unit contents within the timeline specified.
  • Check that the facility accepts the method of payment you intend to pay with (not all facilities accept plastic!).
  • Any personal items found in this unit will be returned to the site manager where unit is purchased. These items are NOT 'being sold' and are not included with the sale. This includes, but is not limited to: passports, tax papers, divorce papers, credit & bank cards, driver licenses, naturalization papers & photographs. If you are unsure if an item falls within these guidelines please ask the site manager, or contact bid13 support.
  • The descriptive tags contained above in 'Keywords' are only a best guess at what the unit might contain based on the photos and video provided. Bid13 does not offer any guarantee in regards to whether or not the unit will contain the items listed.

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Comments (2)

Brando15 said:

I can’t bid one dollar so why is somebody else getting one dollar bids

courtney@bid13 said:

That is a good question and one we get a lot.

How does your bidding system work? What is proxy bidding?

Our auction system is based on bidding by a proxy method. That means that you can place a maximum bid and allow the system to bid on your behalf up to your maximum. Your maximum amount won't be visible to other bidders, only to you.
If your maximum amount is higher than the previous bidder's maximum, the auction price will increase to $1 higher than the previous bidder's maximum. If your maximum is lower than the previous bidders maximum, you will be automatically outbid by the previous bidder, for $1 higher than your maximum.
Consider the following example:
We have two users, Dave and Ted.
A new storage auction begins at $10.
Dave places a maximum bid of $100.
The final auction price is now: $11.
Ted comes along and tries to outbid Dave, so Ted places a max bid of $50.
Ted has not outbid Dave (because $50 is less than Dave's max bid).
Ted will receive a notification informing him that he has been automatically outbid.
Dave is still the winner and the system auto bids on Dave's behalf.
The final auction price is now: $51.
Ted decides to place another bid, this time he sets his maximum bid for $250.
Ted is now the highest bidder.
Dave will now receive an email, informing him he as been outbid and is no longer the highest bidder.
The final auction price is now: $101. The auction timer ran out, and the final bid was $101. It is important to note that although Ted set his maximum bid for $250, he will only have to pay $101 because that was the current final auction price when the timer ran out.

Please find this answer and many more under our Buyers FAQ