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jsbfoto jsbfoto is offline
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Sorry, but you are incorrect on this subject. There is a process to an auction and an after sale inspection is not one of them. It doesn't matter if it's a charity auction for a trip to Timbuktu, a distressed property, a car, or a piece of fine art, the rules remain the same. You raise your paddle, you bought it. If you don't like the process, don't buy at an auction. Once again, you have an entire week to vet on BAT, if that's not enough time then you aren't trying hard enough, or don't want it that badly.
A lot of people like to complain about sellers, however buyers can be just as bad. If after sale "PPI"s were the norm at an auction, a good percentage of deals would never go down, and not because there is anything wrong with the car. It would be a super easy "out" for a buyer who perhaps had not told his wife that he was spending the kids education fund or saw what he thought was a better deal on a car the next day. When a car sells at auction and the deal doesn't end up finished, that car is tainted, people wonder what happened, it has a real effect.
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