Browse through our frequently asked questions so that you can be fully informed when heading over to bid on our auction site. Contact us today if you have a question that isn’t answered below.
If you are attending an onsite live auction, you will need a valid Drivers License, State Identification, Passport, or Government Identification.
If you plan to bid online, see specific auction details and terms for each auction here.
Yes, you will still need to register onsite for live auctions if you plan to bid live onsite. If you plan to bid online, see specific auction details here.
If you wish to receive emails with information on upcoming auctions and events, click here.
See specific auction terms for details or call AJ at 616-261-4979 or email AJ@1800lastbid.com.
Yes, you need to register for each live auction you attend.
“As is” means that the auction company makes no guarantees or warranties of any type as to the condition of the items on the auction. It is the buyer’s responsibility to inspect the item and make his own judgment on the condition of the item. “Where is” means that it is up to the buyer to remove the item from the auction site or make arrangements to do so.
No, Miedema Auctioneering does not offer shipping, but we do have a list of riggers and haulers here
A Buyer’s Premium is a transaction fee added to the high bid, to be paid by the buyer. See specific auction terms for details.
If a potential buyer is not able to attend the auction, they can still place a bid on an item by either contacting our office or speaking to one of our staff at the auction site. Our staff will then place bids on the item for them, up to the agreed upon amount.
See specific auction for specific payment terms. Visit our upcoming live auction here.