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Q: Why are the cars so cheap? How can this be true?
A: Every day thousands of Americans default on
their car loans or lease payments. As a result their new, or
almost new, cars get repossessed or seized by financial
institutions and auctioned off in a hurry because the cost of
storing the cars outweighs the banks' ability to try to make the
lost money back (same with police auctions, etc.). Consequently,
lucky people who have access to direct sources where these
repo cars are being sold find themselves overwhelmed
by dirt-cheap offers that look unbelievable to the average car
buyer. This is real and is being taken advantage of by many car
dealers as well as a very small number of public citizens.
The US Government also needs to sell it's own vehicles after a certain
time due to their policies and overall financial considerations.
These vehicles have been written down in the books and
offered to the public.
Q: How many auctions can I expect to find in my area/state?
A: In the Gov-Auctions Member's Area you will have
immediate access to direct links to many
Federal and Government related vehicle auctions including
seized, surplus, foreclosed, repossessed or fleet
vehicles at rock bottom prices. You will have
easy and direct access to the auction contact
information including the different geographical locations,
dates, times, wesbites and contact phone numbers. Use our "auction
finder" to see number of available auctions
to members in each state
Q: So why wouldn't everyone buy a car this way instead of
going to the dealer or using classified ads?
A: Because this is a very protected
source of revenue for the majority of car dealerships
and is not advertised to the general public. However, we
have gathered enough information and access rights to be
able to let our members enjoy a multitude of the direct
sources where one could find their next vehicle with up
to 90% savings off the book value price.
Q: Are there any online auctions that have seized vehicles as
I don't like the traditional "bid-on-the-lot" kinds?
A: Yes, there are. There is an
increasing demand for online access to repo car
listings and being able to bid and buy online... and we
will give you access to those sources.
Q: How complicated are the "traditional" live auctions?
A: Not complicated at all.
Typically, you would arrive to your local-area
repossessed car auction early in the morning and inspect
the cars on the lot that are up for sale that day.
Typically many cars would start from only $100 and if
there is limited number of attendees that day (and we
have so many sources that it is probable that
you will have almost no other bidders) then you are
likely to get the repo car you want for a ridiculously
low amount when the actual bidding starts later that
day! Most auction houses also offer an "inspection" day
usually two days prior to auction. All you need to bring
to register as a potential purchaser/bidder is a valid
photo ID. We have comprehensive auction tutorials in our
Member's Area to give you the information and confidence
to buy at a live auction.
Q: Are there any warranties available for the cars I buy?
A: Typically, an auction centre or
online auction source would offer a 3 month warranty or
guarantee free of charge. For extended warranties, a
small fee would apply, depending on the source. But in
general it's not a problem, since many repo cars are
almost brand new and with documented service history.
Q: Is there a way to check the VIN of the car that I like?
A: Absolutely! Many auctions
offer a complimentary CARFAX VIN report before you start
bidding for your peace of mind. Or you can order a CARFAX report
yourself for any vehicle.
Q: Are there any hidden fees to buy a car this way?
A: There are no hidden fees.
Standard fees such as title and registration still apply
and are paid the same way as if you bought the car
through a private transaction or at a dealership.
However, the luxury tax is not required, since it's
already been paid by the first owner upon getting the
Q: Where do these vehicles come from?
A: Government vehicles come from a
wide variety of places, but the general rule is as
If a vehicle was purchased under a Federal or State
government contract then it is eligible to be sold at a
When you think of all the different departments and
levels of government across the United States, you
realize just how many vehicles are up for
auction. Some examples of where your new vehicle might
have served include:
Local Councils organizations
Police Services/departments incl. Sheriffs/Marshalls
Fire & Emergency Services
Religious Groups & other Non-profit Organizations
Universities & other Education Organizations
Hospitals & Ambulance Services
Also, there are 1000s of repossessed and seized vehicles
that are auctioned off at these auctions.
Q: Are these cars in good condition?
A: Yes, Government bodies not only
take great pride in the upkeep and maintenance of their
vehicles but its also part of their organizational
responsibility to comply with work safety legislation
etc. You will find most of the vehicles come with
stamped log books, complete with service history. Also
many of them are still under manufacturers warranty.
Most cars are only 2-3 yrs old and majority have
travelled between 25,000 - 40,000 miles.
Q: Am I going to see the current stock of thousands of Government
Auctions across the USA on the site?
A: The online auctions listed in the
Member's Area do show their current vehicle listings
online. Gov-Auctions.org does not offer a
one-point-of-contact access to the current stock
(listings) of all live Government auction houses across
the United States. Many live auctions offer a website
with current stock available. If they do ..we have a
link to it for you.
Q: What about payments at the auctions?
A: If you are a successful bidder,
you will be required to leave approximately $500 (can vary)
deposit by way of cash or bank cheque on the fall of the hammer,
and pay the balance by cash, bank cheque, money order,
EFT or through your finance company within 24 hours.
Q: After I sign up, when can I begin using your system?
A: Upon our receipt of your payment,
you will have instant access to all resources. Receipt
of successful payment is sent to us instantly after
processing and you will then be given access to the Member's Area
instantly. There is nothing to download, and
you don't have to wait for anything to arrive in the
mail. All the resources you need to begin participating
in auctions of repo cars seized and forfeited vehicles
and property are located in our Member's; Area which you
can use 24/7.
Q: Will I have to pay any additional fees to bid in the
Q: Is Gov-Auctions.org's payment processing safe and secure?
A: Yes! Gov-Auctions.org forms part of the Clickbank Network
- the world's largest seller of digital products. Our services
are therefore constantly monitored for quality assurance purposes.
Clickbank also processes our verified secure membership payments.
Clickbank’s payment procedures follow industry-leading e-commerce protocols
and at no point do we (Gov-Auctions.org) have access to your payment details.
Q: What does your customer satisfaction guarantee mean?
A: We are confident you will find
our information useful and that it will save you lots of
time and effort. Therefore we offer you our full money-back
guarantee of your membership fee if you don't find the
site useful, within 30 days of purchase. So there you
have it... no risk, so why don't try it out by
joining today. This policy is backed by Clickbank, our
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