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Almost every day law enforcement agencies from all across the country seize a wide range of properties that are connected to criminal activities. After the property has been used as evidence for the criminal trial and has been processed, the government will no longer need to hold this property, those properties are auctioned off to raise the money for administrative works and development. Seized auction are also resulted due to custom seizures, tax seizures and criminal seizures. For instance, when a trafficker's or drug dealer's home is raided by the government authorities, their possessions are confiscated as a result of being obtained from illegal activities. When a person doesn't pay tax as well, his/her possessions such as real estate, jewelry and cars are also confiscated and they are auctioned off to meet the outstanding tax liability. Similarly people who smuggle into the country without paying any kind of import duty or the items people are failed to prove as theirs when returned from foreign countries are also seized by the government and placed in the auctions.
I sold a nine-year-old Subaru to myself because no one else at the auction would bid on it. It had no battery and no paint, either. Hell, it wouldn't even shift out of park. I got lucky, though. I bought a $40 battery to get it started and a $40 shift-lock override mechanism so I could get it into gear. Amazingly, that Subaru was a fine car. Ugly as sin, but fine. I put it straight on eBay, where it sold for $1,576.00 to a rally coordinator for Subaru who flew to Atlanta, drove it back, and kept it for another 50,000 miles.
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Unless the government will be able to find good use of these cars, they are often sold to the public. Otherwise, they're not only going to keep inventory but they have to spend for their maintenance. Though government car auctions may spell boon for people who have been dying to possess their very own luxury car, there are also disadvantages that you need to consider:
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Several different federal agencies hold government auctions. The General Services Administration is the granddaddy of them all, because it sells on behalf of other departments. When a federal agency no longer needs something — say, a pickup truck — it reports the truck to GSA, which first offers it to other federal agencies and then to state and local governments or nonprofits. If nobody claims the truck, then the GSA auctions it off to the public, and you get your chance at it.
If you write a complaint to BBB, they write back a computer generated response to all and if you don't keep the case open, the BBB closes it as solved. BBB gives this company an A plus because of that. I will write BBB and keep the case open from the auto response that police auction gives. Usually a police auction is from stuff taken from drug dealers and such. This is all fake stuff they send you. Not real. Can buy at a dollar store. Want to buy fake jewelry there are plenty of sites lagit that sya they are imitation jewels for like $10
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But the competition at county auctions is brutal and it's only getting stronger. "Taxi companies want the old cruisers to use as cabs," Lang says. "And often there are government employees who are going after a vehicle that they used on the job and grew fond of. A lot of the school buses and trucks get bought by brokers looking to ship them overseas to poorer countries that will use them for public transportation. These are guys who go to government auctions all the time, know what to pay and know a lemon when they see it. You won't be the only bargain hunter out there."
Check out our first auction deal of the day for this 1989 IHC truck, model EMW2000WT. This tanker truck has a 2000 gallon capacity and features the following: diesel fuel tank, Navistar 6 cylinder engine with 4x6 wheel drive, air conditioning, and just 4,348 miles. It weighs approximately 19,360 pounds and measures 8 feet 2 inches in height. VIN# 1HTSHZ4R8LH203869. This vehicle looks to be in good condition but needs some work. The following may need repairs: brakes, airline, battery, front right shock, etc. The current bid for this item is just $2,000 with 1 bid placed. Want to learn more about this ongoing online auction? Well if you, so simply click here to register with us now. Auction ends on May 14th, 2009.
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