(1.) You must be registered in order to bid. (2.) All items are sold "As is - Where is" with no guarantees of any kind. All sales are final and no returns are allowed for any reason. (3.) There is a 15% buyer’s fee added to the final sale price of all lots. There is a 2% discount for cash, check, or Debit payments. All gold, coins, and currency must be paid for with cash or by wire transfer. All other lots can be paid for with cash, approved check, Visa, M/C, American Express, Discover, or Debit. (4.) Purchases requiring shipping must be paid by credit card. For buyers who purchase firearms, to be compliant with federal & state regulations we must do authorization checks, for which there is an additional $5.00 processing fee per long gun and a $15.00 processing fee per handgun. For buyers who purchase unopened bottles of alcohol, you must be 21 years of age or older. (5.) All invoices must be paid in full by Saturday at 12:00 p.m. noon the same week the auction has ended. If you have not picked up your items by this date and time, the credit card that you used to register your online account may be charged at Beloit Auction’s discretion for the full amount of your invoice. If for any reason payment is unable to be processed with this card, your account will be suspended, and you will be blocked from bidding. To reinstate your account, full payment for your outstanding invoice and a $20 service charge must be paid by cash or debit card. (6.) All items must be picked up by the specific time stated above per the Terms and Conditions. Unless you have made specific and approved arrangements with Beloit Auction prior to the auction ending, items not picked up by the specific time listed will be considered forfeited and may be resold or discarded at Beloit Auction's discretion. If you have questions, call before you bid on any items. (7.) Anyone caught tampering with tags, merchandise or shoplifting will be prosecuted to the fullest extent possible. (8.) Beloit Auction will not be held responsible for any inconsistencies in description announced or printed, therefore buyers are responsible for inspecting all items and deciding for themselves if the item they have seen is what they want to buy. (9.) According to Federal Uniform Commercial Code (UCC 2-238) At the closing of each auction item there is a legal binding contract for the purchase of the item. The buyer shall be responsible for safeguarding their purchased items from the public such as during the pick-up time. Beloit Auction recommends being on site as quickly as possible to pick up your purchases. (10.) Buyers are responsible for the moving, packing, boxing and loading of all items purchased. This means providing your own vehicle, packing materials, boxes, bags, and labor/help to load your own vehicle. Beloit Auction cannot provide or insure assistance for loading of your items. (11.) Beloit Auction staff reserve the right to bid on and purchase merchandise. (12.) All our online only auctions are conducted using staggered closing times. That means every minute a select number of lots will close. The closing of an item means it is a scheduled time that bidding should end on that lot. (13.) All our online only auctions are conducted using a soft close. This means even if an item is scheduled to close at a particular time, if someone places a bid in the last two minutes, two minutes will be added to the scheduled close time for that particular lot. The time extension will continue to occur every time a bid is placed until there are at least two minutes with no additional bids. (14.) Auctioneer cannot, and will not, be held responsible for any interruption in service, errors, and/or omissions, caused by any means and does not guarantee continual, uninterrupted or error free service or use of the Site. Bidder acknowledges that this auction is conducted electronically and relies on hardware and software that may malfunction without warning. The Auctioneer, in its sole discretion, may void any sale, temporarily suspend bidding and re-sell any item/lots that were affected by any malfunction. The decision of the Auctioneer is final.