An Online Pigeon Auction is a trading site for pigeons. Sellers reach hundreds of qualified buyers on a daily basis and get an excellent low-cost opportunity to market their stock. Presenting the customers are with good deals on outstanding flying kits and breeders. It brings all the excitement of a pigeon auction from the comfort of your home.
How it the Auction Works
The top quality pigeons are entered into the auction site, and thousands of qualified bidders interact with the birds. Read over the information, look at the pictures provided and place birds for the one that fancy them.
When the auction closes, the seller and the highest bidder are notified via email. The winner makes the payments and the seller ships the pigeons to the winner.
However, auctions will not close while bidders still want to bid. All auctions will have a scheduled time to close, and when this auction would reach this predetermined close time, it will remain open until such time as there are no more valid bids.
On Getting Started
In order to trade, all you need is a connection to the internet and a web browser such as Chrome, Mozilla, Opera or Safari, A working email and a form of payment. Usually, one would open the bidding site, and register to trade.
In most cases, there is usually no charge to register, and most sites do not ask for any costs. Credit card registration may also be equally omitted.
Costs for Winning Bidders
Winning bidders/buyers pay whatever they bid for their winning bids in the auction plus shipping fees. Other additional charges may apply to electronic timers and equipment. All prices are subject to change.
Sellers condition and Costs
Charging a certain fee is usually as the insert fee per lot. This fee normally ranges from $20-$50 but may differ with the item being placed on trade. Sellers are then charged a certain amount on winning bids. Refunding buyers the winning bid amount. If the lot is shipped and found faulty, it may be refunded.
Pictures are usually 400 pixels, and this is the same size as a 4 x 5 or 3 x 5 picture. Pedigrees must be 900 pixels, and this is around 8.5 x 11. When creating a lot, it is advisable to put the picture in the Bird Image box and the Pedigree in its respective place too.
Secure online auction systems automatically downsize pictures and pedigree to the proper size. However, these systems cannot increase the size. It is thus quite important to use the recommended pictures sizes to avoid instances where the system would render images blurry.
1. All the lots must have the band numbers of birds listed. It is not acceptable to list kits, or any other birds until you have the very birds available for sale.
2. The seller must be quite ready and willing to send the birds to the buyer upon notice from an auction site, once the auction has closed.
3. The seller must guarantee all birds to be reproductive sound and enough healthy. One must be willing to replace the birds for the first 60 days after the close of the auction.