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WH Bond and Sons - Cornwall. Massive Sale of Plant and Machinery and stuff!

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As the title says, WH Bond are disposing of their Hire Fleet of Ag and Construction Machinery - the first listing in the catalogue is 'The Kitchen Sink'.

 

WWW.WHBONDMACHINESALES.CO.UK

WH Bond retires from plant hire and agricultural machinery sales culminating in a sale of over 1,200 pieces of...

 

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36 minutes ago, PeteB said:

As the title says, WH Bond are disposing of their Hire Fleet of Ag and Construction Machinery - the first listing in the catalogue is 'The Kitchen Sink'.

 

WWW.WHBONDMACHINESALES.CO.UK

WH Bond retires from plant hire and agricultural machinery sales culminating in a sale of over 1,200 pieces of...

 

10 mins up the road from me! I’m registered to bid and keeping a keen eye on a few lots!!

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Don’t get too excited about it- you need to put down £10k just to register as a bidder- plus various other stipulations, there something like 15million quids with of plant on auction- I think a lot  of it will be exported.

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33 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

10 mins up the road from me! I’m registered to bid and keeping a keen eye on a few lots!!

Your registered to bid? How much did you have to put down?

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I didn’t have to put anything down, that said, I haven’t logged on for a week or more so haven’t checked for a while. There was no mention of pre-credit when I submitted. I’ll have to check again now!

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My account has gone live on EuroAuction but when you click register to bid you go to T&Cs page, click the link for T&Cs and it returns an error code.  I haven't accepted T&Cs yet because I can't access them 🤨28838573_Screenshot2019-09-23at15_11_21.thumb.png.ce4cfb7a8680f653a6ef315895b1eb8d.png1208287312_Screenshot2019-09-23at15_13_45.thumb.png.278b64de783b0ceec934ac16085dbd83.png

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Yome right Matthew!  Just called them.  They will debit £10k to your credit card on the day you register and you can either have it back after (less any purchases) or have it transferred to their next auction.

 

It was a bit tricky trying to get a straight answer from chummy, but that's what he confirmed.  

 

I said:

 

"...you're telling me, that I have to give you £10k just to be able to bid on something that may (or may not) make £300..?"  

 

"...Yep..." he said.

 

"...Good luck with that I said...."

 

 

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14 minutes ago, kevinjohnsonmbe said:

Yome right Matthew!  Just called them.  They will debit £10k to your credit card on the day you register and you can either have it back after (less any purchases) or have it transferred to their next auction.

 

It was a bit tricky trying to get a straight answer from chummy, but that's what he confirmed.  

 

I said:

 

"...you're telling me, that I have to give you £10k just to be able to bid on something that may (or may not) make £300..?"  

 

"...Yep..." he said.

 

"...Good luck with that I said...."

 

 

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I suppose it sorts the wheat from the chaff, I wouldn't be getting involved with it mind.

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Fancied a couple of packs of these but I'm wary of putting £10k on the plastic for something that might come in handy one day...  I s'pose you could register the day before and leave it hang on the credit card for a month so long as they don't drag their feet reimbursing it.

 

 

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