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How to Register
(Q) How do I register?
(A) To register click on the "register link found on both the header and footer navigation sections

(Q) I'm under 18 and can't signup?
(A) In accordance with state and federal laws people under the age of 18 cannot participate in auctions as they legal binding contracts

(Q) How much does it cost to sign up?
(A) Nothing!!! Registration is absolutely FREE!
(Q) How can I list an item?
(A) You must first be a registered member. Once you have registered simply login to your account and click on the "Sell" link. The first thing to do is select a general category for your item, note that you can choose a more specific category further into the listing process. You can then enter in your chosen settings and item description

(Q) How can I keep track of items I'm selling?
(A) You can keep an eye on everything you are selling by visiting your members area and selecting the "selling" page.

(Q) Can I use HTML when listing an item?
(A) Yes you can, however we recomend you use basic tags as complex HTML descriptions may not display correctly.
How to bid
(Q) How can I place a bid?
(A) To place a bid on an item you must first login to your account. Once logged in a bidding box will be displayed at bottom of all auction pages. You can use this box to place you chosen bid

(Q) How can I keep track of items I'm bidding on?
(A) You can keep an eye on everything you are bidding on by visiting your members area and selecting the "bidding" page.

(Q) How do I know if I am outbid on an item?
(A) Our auction system will automatically notify you via email if you are outbid.
How do I report Fakes or Reproductions?
Fakes and Reproductions Policy
(Q) How do I report Fakes or Reproductions?
(A) If you notice that a seller has listed an item you believe to be a Fake or Reproduction, you can email us directly at:

We handle Fakes and Reproduction listings immediately! If it is not the "Real McCoy", we don't want it listed! As per our terms and conditions, Fakes and Reproductions of McCoy Pottery pieces are strictly prohibited. Sellers listing Fakes and or Reproductions will have their auctions removed, and will be banned from this site with no exceptions!
Costs and other fees
How much does it cost to list an item?
(Q) How much does it cost to list an item?
(A)Your initial listing fee is FREE! You only pay a percentage of your final selling price if your items sells!
How much are the various listing fees?
(Q) How much are the various listing fees?
(A) Listing Fees are as follows:

Auction Sign UP Fee: FREE
Auction Listing Fee: FREE
End of Auction Fee: 5% of the final selling price
Picture and Image Fee: .05 per image
Highlighted Auction Fee: .10
Home Page Featured Fee: $2.65
Category Featured Fee: $1.00
Bold Items Fee: .50
Items Swapping Fee: $5.50

(All prices in US Dollars)

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Reserve Price Auction
What is a Reserve Auction?
Some auctions have a reserve price, a hidden minimum price, on their item.

How it works:
A reserve price is the minimum price a seller is willing to accept for the item.
As a buyer, you are not shown the reserve price, only whether or not the reserve has been met.
The seller is not obligated to sell the item if the reserve price is not met.
The winning bidder must meet or exceed the reserve price and have the highest bid.

When you're bidding in a Reserve Price Auction, bid as usual, entering the maximum amount you're willing to pay for the item. Watch the label next to the current price to see whether the reserve price has been met. Until you see that the reserve price has been met, there have been no successful bids in the auction. Once the reserve has been met, the item will sell to the highest bidder when the auction closes.

If your maximum bid is the first to meet or exceed the reserve price, the effective bid displayed will automatically be raised to the reserve price.

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