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Government Auction

Government Auction

 

Now, this is a special auction here. You know when the government puts someone in jail, do you know what happens to their stuff? ALL OF THEIR STUFF GOES TO GOVERNMENT AUCTION!

ALL OF THEIR STUFF GOES TO

GOVERNMENT AUCTION!

The family does not get anything! If the government arrest a drug dealer at their home. Everything in the home goes up for Government Auction.

If they get arrested in their car, their car (if the government doesn’t want it) will go up for government auction.

If they get arrested in their business – the business is closed and money is frozen, and everything that the business owns (if the government does not want it) goes up for government auction.

It’s mind blowing really, because I mean EVERYTHING goes up for auction. You can make some serious money just buying from the government auction and reselling stuff.

Government Auction  Government Auction

Government Auction   Government Auction

I mean anything and everything will be put up for auction. Houses, Trailers, Trucks, Cars, Guns, Boats, Jewelry and everything that was in the house will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.

Here are all the things you need to buy at a government auction:

*** CASH ***

There are a few different types of government auctions you should be aware of:

Federal, State, and Police auctions and you can find most of them in your area by clicking here. Also try here.

Where should you sell this stuff:

eBay, Amazon, Offer Up, Craigs List, and the list goes on and on.

Special note:

True Story: Two friends and I when to our first auction and did not do much home work. Mistake! Do your homework, know what type of auction you are going to and be ready to take what you purchase home with you right away. Going to a car auction? Have a tow truck ready to take the car home.

We brought a “ben” of watches for $500. The problem was that the bin was over flowing with watches. The bin size was 60″ long X 48″ wide X 36″ high. Well over 10,000 loss watches. We came to the auction by public transportation and had to take the entire thing with us that day. Needless to say, we gave up the purchase because we could not figure out how to get it all home. AHHH I’ll never forget that day for the rest of my life. We cried all the way home!

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