What does de-identifying an auction vehicle mean?

Answer De-identifying an auction vehicle involves removing any graphics or adhesives that may be on the car. The de-identifying process uses heat guns, torches and other adhesive removers to clean the veh... Read More »

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Some of the cell phones up for auction on ebay say "locked' or "unlocked", what does this mean?

Locked means that the phone will only accept a sim card from the original carrier that sold it(Cingular/AT&T, T-Mobile, Nextel, etc.). Unlocked refers to GSM(Cingular/AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) and iDE... Read More »

What is the difference between a county tax auction&a bank auction for real estate?

A county tax auction and bank auction are two nontraditional ways to buy a home. Both involve auctions, but one is directed by a bank and the other by county tax authorities.County Tax AuctionA cou... Read More »

What should one do if a house does not sell at auction?

After making the decision to unload your house at auction, you may be wondering what recourse you have if the property does not sell. The fact is that there are other strategies to employ, includin... Read More »

In the Mayor of Casterbridge how does Susan react to the auction?

Susan expressed her disdain (angst) toward her husband for selling her to the sailor, though not as outwardly as she should have. I guess you could say that her great disfavor smoldered within her,... Read More »