Most Copart vehicle auctions require that a buyer has a Dealer’s License before being able to participate in the bidding process. But when you use AutoBidMaster.com as your broker, you can skip the hassle of getting a Dealer’s License of your own, as you’ll be using ours instead! We make it as easy as possible for you to win and buy your vehicle, with as few obstacles in your way. Below is the (very) short list of things you WILL need to be able to buy a vehicle from AutoBidMaster.com.
Government Issued Photo ID
When you sign up for an account you will be prompted to upload a copy of a valid government issued photo ID. This can be a driver’s license, identification card, passport, or anything equivalent. The important things we require are that it is not-expired, it has your photo on it, and it is issued by a government entity. And make sure you upload a clear copy as well!
Refundable Security Deposit
To be able to participate in the auctions you need to have a security deposit on file. The minimum requirement is $400 to be able to bid up to $4000 on a vehicle. If you intend to bid higher than $4000, you will need at least 10% of what you intend to bid. The purpose of this deposit is to provide assurance to the auction that you are a serious buyer. If you win an auction, but then change your mind and don’t want to pay for the vehicle, you will lose your deposit.
Your deposit is completely refundable at any time, so long as you have no active bids or outstanding balances on your account.
Excitement For Bidding
Bidding in vehicle auctions is for those with an adventurous spirit who want to get a great deal! So it’s important to remember to bring your excitement for the bidding process. Of course, you’ve got to bid to win. Bidding often is the best way to get what you want, and save money while doing it.
That’s it! AutoBidMaster is committed to making you car buying process as easy as possible.
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