- What can you do if a buyer doesn’t pay?
- Do bidders see the reserve price?
- Is GunBroker pay legit?
- Can I use a debit card on GunBroker?
- What does immediate checkout mean on GunBroker?
- What happens if you don’t pay for an auction item?
- Can a seller cancel a bid on GunBroker?
- What is the 15 minute rule on GunBroker?
- How does GunBroker checkout work?
- Can you get scammed on GunBroker?
- What happens if I don’t pay for a gun on GunBroker?
- Do you pay taxes on GunBroker?
- How much does GunBroker charge to sell?
- Does GunBroker offer buyer protection?
- What does NR mean on GunBroker?
- Can you delete GunBroker account?
- How long do you have to pay on GunBroker?
- How safe is GunBroker?
- Do you need FFL to sell GunBroker?
What can you do if a buyer doesn’t pay?
What to do when a buyer doesn’t pay (unpaid item process)Talk to the buyer.Work it out in our Resolution Centre.We contact the buyer to request payment.Close the case..
Do bidders see the reserve price?
A reserve price is the lowest price you’re willing to sell an item for. Bidders can’t see the reserve price, but they’ll see whether it has been met.
Is GunBroker pay legit?
BitRail transactions are designed to be secure, as well as legal and fully compliant with federal and state laws in the states supported by GunBroker Pay, which are increasing all the time.
Can I use a debit card on GunBroker?
No, GunBroker.com does not accept debit & prepaid cards.
What does immediate checkout mean on GunBroker?
Immediate Checkout allows buyers to enter shipping, FFL and payment information as soon as they buy an item.
What happens if you don’t pay for an auction item?
Should a successful bidder choose not to pay, an auctioneer has every legal right to seek payment for purchased items, including canceling the sale and reoffering the property without reserve. Typically a defaulted lot is either reoffered or returned to the consignor, but can be “tainted” to the marketplace.
Can a seller cancel a bid on GunBroker?
You cannot retract a bid once you place it unless there are exceptional circumstances. Exceptional circumstances include: The seller materially changing the description of the item after you placed a bid.
What is the 15 minute rule on GunBroker?
All of our auctions use the 15 Minute Rule. If a user places a bid within 15 minutes of the scheduled end date/time, the auction automatically switches into a special mode analogous to the “going, going, gone” of a live listing.
How does GunBroker checkout work?
The GunBroker.com Checkout system is designed to assist the buyer and seller in completing the transaction. Checkout does not replace the item/auction format, but is a pipeline after the item/auction has ended to capture information required to complete the transaction, such as billing and shipping information.
Can you get scammed on GunBroker?
The vast majority of new sellers are legitimate, but occasionally a new seller will attempt to fraudulently sell an item on our site. If you suspect fraud, you should submit a Support Issue in the Help Center.
What happens if I don’t pay for a gun on GunBroker?
GunBroker.com has a process to assist with Non-Paying Bidders (NPBs) which allows sellers to submit a NPB Credit Request and receive credit for the listing.
Do you pay taxes on GunBroker?
If your state is a GunBroker.com MPF State, your state requires Marketplace Facilitators to collect and remit sales tax on items you purchase, so you will be required to pay the tax due for your purchases on GunBroker.com. The tax amount will be included on your order during checkout.
How much does GunBroker charge to sell?
Take the first $250 of your final value and multiply it by 6%. If your item sold for $250 or less this is your Final Value Fee. If your final value was more than $250, take the additional amount over $250 and multiply it by 3.5%. Add up these amounts and that is your Final Value Fee.
Does GunBroker offer buyer protection?
You May be Eligible for Buyer’s Protection: GunBroker.com will cover up to $500.00 on an item and all claims have a $100.00 deductible.
What does NR mean on GunBroker?
Final Value Fee”NR” means the individual does not yet have any feedback, meaning he is most likely a new user. Final Value Fee. A fee assessed to sellers when their item is sold and the listing closes.
Can you delete GunBroker account?
Request to Remove Account Information The user or Customer Support can set the account to a closed status, but the actual account profile cannot be removed from the site database. Please view the User Agreement Policy below: Section 3 under the Registration and Posting Heading: “…
How long do you have to pay on GunBroker?
10 daysPayment must be received within 10 days of initial contact by Seller after auction closes.
How safe is GunBroker?
GunBroker is not a dark web, black market to buy firearms. Despite what some politicians may think or say, buying a firearm online is 100% legal, even from a non-licensed, private individual. GunBroker isn’t a loophole in the system and all laws must still be followed. GunBroker is not an FFL, or a retailer.
Do you need FFL to sell GunBroker?
A Federal Firearms License (FFL) transfer dealer is required for the transfer of firearms ownership between individuals. Buyers should either have a FFL or find a FFL in their local area to receive and manage the transfer of the item for them before they place a bid or purchase an item.